Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology (2012) 39, 674–679

doi: 10.1111/j.1440-1681.2011.05599.x

3rd Australia–China Biomedical Research Conference (ACBRC2011)

GAPDH: A common enzyme with uncommon functions
Craig Nicholls,*† He Li* and Jun-Ping Liu*†‡§

*Molecular Signalling Laboratory, Murdoch Childrens Research Institute, †Department of Immunology, Monash University, Department of Genetics, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and ‡Institute of Aging Research, Hangzhou Normal University School of Medicine, Hangzhou, China

1. Glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase (GAPDH) has long been recognized as an important enzyme for energy metabolism and the production of ATP and pyruvate through anaerobic glycolysis in the cytoplasm. 2. Recent studies have shown that GAPDH has multiple functions independent of its role in energy metabolism. Although increased GAPDH gene expression and enzymatic function is associated with cell proliferation and tumourigenesis, conditions such as oxidative stress impair GAPDH catalytic activity and lead to cellular aging and apoptosis. 3. The mechanism(s) underlying the effects of GAPDH on cellular proliferation remains unclear, yet much evidence has been accrued that demonstrates a variety of interacting partners for GAPDH, including proteins, various RNA species and telomeric DNA. 4. The present mini review summarizes recent findings relating to the extraglycolytic functions of GAPDH and highlights the significant role this enzyme plays in regulating both cell survival and apoptotic death. Key words: GAPDH, nuclear signalling, protein interaction, RNA binding, telomere DNA binding.

until recently, been assigned the rather unglamorous title of a ‘housekeeping’ gene, with but a few scant reports of possible extraglycolytic functions prior to the mid-1990s. However, recent times have seen the ongoing discovery of new roles for GAPDH in a diverse range of cellular processes, clearly demonstrating that there is more complexity to GAPDH than initially meets the eye. Indeed, far from being a run-of-the-mill protein useful only as a mere reference gene in the study of other, more interesting molecules and processes, this enzyme is emerging as a key component in the function and regulation of many fundamental cellular processes.2–5 Figure 1 serves as an overview, summarising the variety of roles ascribed to GAPDH. The present mini review summarizes recent findings pertaining to the extraglycolytic roles of GAPDH, particularly its roles in the nucleus and in the regulation cell proliferation, and serves as a baseline for further investigations of the structure and function of GAPDH at the molecular level.

Since the first report identifying GAPDH as a single-stranded DNA binding protein,6 numerous studies have described a range of nucleic acid binding partners (see Table 1). Various RNA species have been shown to interact with GAPDH both in vitro and in intact cells, with binding typically occurring at AU-rich elements (ARE) in the substrate RNA.7,8 Interestingly, the binding of GAPDH to ARE can have varied, and even opposite, consequences for mRNA stability and gene expression, as discussed below. Colony-stimulating factor 1 (CSF1) is a macrophage cytokine positively implicated in tumour progression.9 The binding of CSF1 mRNA by GAPDH has recently been demonstrated to stabilize the transcript and enhance CSF1 protein levels in ovarian cancer, whereas GAPDH depletion consistently leads to a decrease in CSF1 mRNA and protein levels.10 In contrast with its role in stabilizing CSF1 mRNA, GAPDH binds to and facilitates the degradation of mRNA coding for the potent endothelial vasoconstrictor endothelin (ET)-1.11 The GAPDH-mediated degradation of ET-1 mRNA has been suggested to be caused by unwinding of the ET-1 mRNA and subsequent exposure to ribonucleases.11 Intriguingly, although numerous studies have established that interacting with nucleic acids is a function of the N-terminal NAD+ binding region of GAPDH, only full-length GAPDH can bind to ET-1 RNA probes,11 indicating a requirement for the catalytic domain as well. Consistently, both NAD+ and G3P inhibit GAPDH

Glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase (GAPDH) is a key enzyme in the glycolytic pathway, catalysing the conversion of glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate (G3P) to 1,3-biphosphoglycerate in the presence of NAD+ and inorganic phosphate.1,2 Commonly used as a loading control in gene expression and protein studies, GAPDH has,

Correspondence: Jun-Ping Liu, Institute of Aging Research, Hangzhou Normal University School of Medicine, Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province 310012, China. Email: Presented at the 3rd Australia–China Biomedical Research Conference (ACBRC2011) Melbourne, Australia, 28–30 April 2011. The papers in these proceedings have been peer reviewed. Received 25 July 2011; revision 29 August 2011; accepted 31 August 2011. Ó 2011 The Authors Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology Ó 2011 Blackwell Publishing Asia Pty Ltd

including transfer of the nitrosyl moiety to other proteins.15. it comes as no surprise that GAPDH has been found to associate with an array of other proteins. The GAPDH–Siah1 complex can then participate in several further reactions.18 transferrin on macrophage cell surfaces. This effect is not due to disrupted glycolysis because inhibition of another glycolytic enzyme does not have this effect. Cytoplasmic GAPDH can also contribute to apoptosis by triggering release of cytochrome c from the mitochondria.17 Rab2 to facilitate endoplasmic reticulum (ER)– golgi transport. GAPDH was implicated in linking glucose availability to the growth and proliferation-promoting mammalian target of rapamycin Ó 2011 The Authors Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology Ó 2011 Blackwell Publishing Asia Pty Ltd . although catalytic activity is not required because the GAPDH mutant C152S retains the ability to bind. ubiquitination of nuclear proteins or the acetylation and stabilization of p300 ⁄ CREB binding protein (CBP) and subsequent acetylation of further nuclear protein targets.22 This variety of interactions reflects the range of cellular processes in which GAPDH is involved. which interacts directly with Oct-1. The primary role of GAPDH is enzymatic conversion of glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate (G3P) in the glycolysis cascade.14 The presence of GAPDH is critical for the function of OCA-S and the complex is further stimulated by the GAPDH cofactor NAD+. the finding that depletion of GAPDH by gene silencing results in mild telomere shortening over a short time period12 warrants further investigation.New functions of GAPDH 675 telomeric DNA in in vitro binding assays. The Oct-1 coactivator complex OCA-S is required for histone2B synthesis in the S phase and contains GAPDH.12 have demonstrated that GAPDH is a telomere binding protein. a required step in the metabolism of glucose.and doublestranded telomeric DNA with high specificity. describing an interaction between GAPDH and both single. 1 The pleiotropic roles of GAPDH in cellular processes. leading to the induction of apoptosis.20 and the DNA repair protein apurinic ⁄ apyrimidinic endonuclease (APE1). GAPDH has been shown to interact with promyleocytic leukaemia protein (PML) in an RNAdependent fashion.16 Fig. although the biological significance of this remains unclear. This occurs in the cytoplasm. PTM). INTERACTIONS BETWEEN GAPDH AND OTHER PROTEINS Given the multitude of processes that have been shown to involve GAPDH.12 Overexpression of GAPDH has been shown to protect cells from rapid telomere shortening triggered by treatment with chemotherapeutic drugs that induce the sphingolipid ceramide. GAPDH in the nucleus has an increased isoelectric point (pI) at pH 8. S-Nitrosylation of GAPDH facilitates an interaction with Siah1 and subsequent nuclear localization of the complex. although GAPDH can shuttle into the nucleus (possibly dependent on post-translational modifications. GAPDH participates in a variety of cellular processes in both the cytoplasmic (GADPHcyt) and nuclear (GADPHnuc) compartments. although the physiological role of this interaction is unknown. where it functions in several additional nuclear processes.19 lactate dehydrogenase in an in vitro setting that mimics molecular crowding.and double-stranded GAPDH LINKS GLUCOSE AVAILABILITY TO GROWTH SIGNALLING Recently. GAPDH AS A TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR GAPDH has also been implicated in the regulation of gene transcription. GAPDH interacts with p22 to aid microtubule organization. as well as reports of GAPDH interactions with RNA polymerase II in yeast.11 This suggests that the mechanism governing the GAPDH interaction with ET-1 mRNA is more complex than that for CSF1 mRNA and may account for the differing effects on transcript stability.21 In addition. binding to ET-1 mRNA. Sundararaj et al. TELOMERES AND GAPDH In addition to interacting with mRNA. converting oxidized APE1 to the reduced form to re-establish its endonuclease activity. Distinct from its cytoplasmic form. this telomere-protective role appears inconsistent with that of GAPDH in causing cell apoptotic cell death. which is also dependent on GAPDH migration to the nucleus in response to cellular stress (see below).3–8.7 and binds to both single.12 A subsequent study has confirmed that this direct GAPDH–telomere interaction is required for the protective effect of GAPDH against telomere shortening induced by ceramide and that the GAPDH NAD+ binding region is the site of telomeric DNA binding. Intriguingly. In addition to the interactions discussed already. as well as the colocalization of GAPDH with telomeres in intact cells.13 Although it currently remains unclear whether GAPDH plays a role in regulating telomere maintenance in the absence of ceramide. Further evidence for a role of GAPDH in gene transcription is provided by the increase in transcriptional activation of androgen receptor (AR) targets that accompanies binding of AR by GAPDH.

29. facilitating apoptosis. leading to the nuclear translocation and stabilization of the complex. restoring mTOR signalling. proliferate profusely. which.676 Table 1 Reports of GAPDH binding nucleic acids Substrate Denatured cellular DNA tRNA Various lymphokine mRNAs HPIV3 Hepatitis A virus RNA Hepatitis B virus RNA Hepatitis C virus RNA IFN-c mRNA Antisense ODN Telomeric DNA CSF1 mRNA AT1 receptor mRNA Telomeric DNA Hepatitis B virus RNA JEV mRNA Binding motif N⁄A Not defined AUUUA. and frequently upregulate GAPDH to meet their energy requirements.3.35 Furthermore. Japanese encephalitis virus. namely GAPDH’s competitor of Siah protein enhances life (GOSPEL). post-translational regulatory element. colony-stimulating factor 1. GAPDH binds directly to and sequesters the GTPase Rheb. In this way. UTR. Under low glucose conditions. GAPDH AS A PRO-SURVIVAL FACTOR Although GAPDH can trigger cell death via apoptosis. ARE Regulatory RNA subunits 5¢-UTR. However. double-stranded DNA. followed by ubiquitination and degradation of nuclear proteins. CCCTAA AU-rich region AU-rich region in 3¢-UTR C Nicholls et al.23 Greater availability of glucose increases glycolytic flux. GAPDH can both positively and negatively regulate cell survival and proliferation. single-stranded DNA. untranslated region.33 Even more recently. ODN. IFN-c.40 These findings suggest that the role of GAPDH in cell death is complex and involves additional factors. Ó 2011 The Authors Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology Ó 2011 Blackwell Publishing Asia Pty Ltd . these cells expressing elevated GAPDH persist and. because p53 depletion inhibits GAPDH expression whereas p53 stabilization conversely upregulates GAPDH. interferon-c. decreases antigen expression JEV infection alters cellular GAPDH distribution Reference 6 63 7 64 65 66 67 8 68 12 10 69 13 70 71 GGT motifs in the telomeric sequence PTRE Not defined HPIV3. may impact stability GAPDH may have a role in mRNA export GAPDH binding may influence viral gene expression GAPDH amino acid residues 1–43 mediate binding GAPDH facilitates nuclear localization of ODN molecules Protects telomeres from drug-induced rapid shortening GAPDH stabilizes CSF1 RNA in ovarian cancer Inhibits expression of AT1 receptor. stabilizes p300 ⁄ CBP and enhances the acetylation of additional nuclear targets. GAPDH facilitates progression through mitosis by reversing SET-induced cyclin B-cdk1 inhibition through direct interactions with both proteins. AU-rich elements. ARE. CSF1.41 In addition.3-biphosphoglycerate may allow a caspase 3-dependent apoptosis to occur. likely AU-rich regions PTRE Poly(U) regions ARE in 3¢-UTR TAAAT motif TTAGGG.30 This role in apoptosis is the most heavily studied non-glycolytic role of GAPDH and has been the subject of several prior reviews.37 Furthermore. indeed.36 GAPDH may also be an effector of p53mediated apoptosis. Nitrosative stress conditions induce an interaction between GAPDH and the ubiquitin ligase Siah1. An additional study from this same group has demonstrated that nuclear GAPDH can be acetylated by p300 ⁄ CREB binding protein (CBP). overexpression of GAPDH in COS-7 cells results in an increase in apoptosis. human parainfluenza virus Type 3. (mTOR) complex.27 Consistently.38 Because G3P suppresses caspase 3 activity preventing caspasedependent proteolysis. it can also function as a mediator of cell survival.39 GAPDH conversion of G3P to 1. another GAPDH-binding protein. This increases GAPDH catalytic activity and liberates Rheb. GAPDH has been shown to facilitate apoptosis when localized to mitochondria. cells undergoing apoptosis exhibit elevated levels of GAPDH in the nucleus. JEV.31. the induction of apoptosis by oxidative stress requires the integrity of the GAPDH active site cysteine residue C152. APOPTOSIS AND GAPDH An association between GAPDH and apoptosis was first made following experiments that identified increased GAPDH expression in neuronal cells immediately prior to their undergoing programmed cell death.32 Apoptosis triggered by GAPDH appears to be mediated by multiple downstream effector pathways.42–44 Clearly. GAPDH serves as a sensor of glucose availability and couples this signal to cellular growth and proliferation. where it aids in mitochondrial membrane permeablization and the release of pro-apoptotic cytochome c.34 This association may serve to protect cells from undergoing cell death in response to small amounts of oxidative stress. dsDNA.28 Furthermore. has been found to block nuclear translocation of GAPDH by binding GAPDH and preventing its interaction with Siah1. which elevates levels of the GAPDH substrate G3P. a critical component of mTOR. in turn.24–26 Evidence for a functional role for GAPDH in apoptosis is provided by the complete blockade of cytosine arabinoside-induced apoptosis in GAPDH-depleted neuronal cells. NAD inhibits the interaction GAPDH may facilitate tRNA export from the nucleus GAPDH binds ARE in the 3¢-UTR and may regulate mRNA stability Potential role in HPIV3 lifecycle GAPDH binds a single-stranded RNA region. PTRE. even in the presence of oxygen (the Warburg effect). Notes GAPDH binds ssDNA and not dsDNA. cancer cells typically rely heavily on glycolysis for ATP generation. GAPDH overexpression has also been shown to protect cells from caspase-independent cell death following mitochondrial membrane permeabilization by maintaining ATP levels and upregulating the autophagy facilitator Atg12. ssDNA. despite the demonstrated role for GAPDH as a potent inducer of apoptosis. mediates H2O2-stimulated upregulation of AT1 receptor GAPDH-dependent protection of telomeres against rapid shortening Inhibits PTRE function. oligodeoxynucleotides. Therefore.5.

GAPDH is a core constituent of a gene transcriptosome involved in cell division. the phosphorylation status of GAPDH regulates both its glycolytic and non-glycolytic functions. Acta 1999. Regulation of GAPDH localization Under normal cellular conditions GAPDH is predominantly found in the cytoplasm. Ó 2011 The Authors Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology Ó 2011 Blackwell Publishing Asia Pty Ltd . Human glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase in man–rodent somatic cell hybrids.New functions of GAPDH 677 REGULATION OF GAPDH Because GAPDH is involved in an array of cellular processes. Perhaps surprisingly. including DNA repair. enabling GAPDH itself to exert kinase activity on targets such as the GABAA receptor.58 This suggests that.54 Furthermore. GAPDH is involved in vesicle trafficking and phosphorylation by atypical protein kinase C2 and Src kinases regulate this process. including oxidative stress and hypoxia. with phosphorylation upregulating catalytic activity. it could be expected to be subject to considerable regulation. a key feature is its nuclear translocation in response to stress conditions. further research confirms a physiological role and the role of GAPDH is now appreciated to be far more complex than that of a simple glycolytic enzyme. Biophys. GAPDH can undergo autophosphorylation in the presence of Mg-ATP. which abolishes the interaction with CRM1 and leads to nuclear accumulation of the protein. GAPDH is encoded by a single gene on human chromosome XII that gives rise to an individual mRNA species with no known splice variants. Sirtuin-1 and histone deacetylase 2. a conformation required for its catalytic activity.46–49 Many tumours develop a state of hypoxia due to their high energy requirements and disorganized vasculature.60 The importance of S-nitrosylation in regulating the function and activity of proteins is increasingly being recognized and the transfer of nitrosyl groups to particular target proteins by GAPDH provides a mechanism of the specificity of NO signalling. Oftentimes. Biochim. where it binds directly to telomeric DNA. 1432: 159–84. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors’ work reported herein was supported by grants from the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia.45 Under normal cellular conditions GAPDH exists predominantly as a homotetramer. Of further interest. CN is a recipient of a Monash Postgraduate Scholarship. REFERENCES 1.29. suggesting that these extraglycolytic roles are a recent evolutionary development. Accordingly. its expression is restricted to spermatozoa. However. influencing the stability of mRNA and the repair of damaged DNA. including skeletal muscle-specific Ca2+ ⁄ calmodulin-dependent protein kinase and Akt. GAPDH has functions across all major compartments of the cell and has key roles in many major cellular systems. However. in addition to nuclear translocation. 2. in addition to catalysing energy metabolism. Despite the common use of GAPDH as an experimental loading control. In the nucleus. modifications to GAPDH and ⁄ or interactions with other proteins are required for its apoptotic function. Bruns GA. These findings demonstrate that the pleiotropic functions of GAPDH are important for a range of mammalian biological processes. both of which cause an upregulation of GAPDH expression. However. cells expressing a GAPDH mutant harbouring a nuclear localization signal (NLS) that enforces nuclear accumulation of the protein fail to undergo apoptosis. CONCLUDING REMARKS Reports describing new functions for GAPDH frequently mention an initial surprise at finding this ‘housekeeping’ gene involved in processes far removed from glycolysis.33.15. many studies have described extensive post-translational modification of GAPDH. GAPDH can safeguard chromosome stability and protect genome integrity.61 The requirement of GAPDH and it protection from S-nitrosylation upon NO stress in yeast is suggested by the recent finding of glutathione peroxidase 3 binding.55.53. Binding to nucleic acids. The details of these are discussed below. telomere binding and facilitation of apoptosis. Cancer Council Victoria and National Basic Research Program of China (2012CB911200). with the exception of the interaction with yeast Rpb7. Interestingly.57 This also highlights the fact that GAPDH is capable of shuttling into the nucleus under normal conditions. 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