egl-30

Summary

Gene Symbol: egl-30
Description: hypothetical protein
Species: Caenorhabditis elegans

Top Publications

  1. Brundage L, Avery L, Katz A, Kim U, Mendel J, Sternberg P, et al. Mutations in a C. elegans Gqalpha gene disrupt movement, egg laying, and viability. Neuron. 1996;16:999-1009 pubmed
    ..Overexpression of the wild-type egl-30 gene produces the opposite behavior. Analysis of these mutants suggest that their phenotypes reflect defects in the muscle or neuromuscular junction. ..
  2. Bastiani C, Gharib S, Simon M, Sternberg P. Caenorhabditis elegans Galphaq regulates egg-laying behavior via a PLCbeta-independent and serotonin-dependent signaling pathway and likely functions both in the nervous system and in muscle. Genetics. 2003;165:1805-22 pubmed
    ..Our data indicate that there are multiple signaling pathways downstream of EGL-30 and that different pathways could predominate with respect to the regulation of different behaviors. ..
  3. Chase D, Pepper J, Koelle M. Mechanism of extrasynaptic dopamine signaling in Caenorhabditis elegans. Nat Neurosci. 2004;7:1096-103 pubmed
    ..Our results indicate that extrasynaptic dopamine regulates C. elegans locomotion through D1- and D2-like receptors that activate the antagonistic Galpha(q) and Galpha(o) signaling pathways, respectively. ..
  4. Tanis J, Moresco J, Lindquist R, Koelle M. Regulation of serotonin biosynthesis by the G proteins Galphao and Galphaq controls serotonin signaling in Caenorhabditis elegans. Genetics. 2008;178:157-69 pubmed publisher
  5. Trent C, Tsuing N, Horvitz H. Egg-laying defective mutants of the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans. Genetics. 1983;104:619-47 pubmed
    ..At least two of the egl mutants appear to be defective in the processing of environmental signals that modulate egg laying and may define new components of the neural circuitry that control egg laying. ..
  6. Keane J, Avery L. Mechanosensory inputs influence Caenorhabditis elegans pharyngeal activity via ivermectin sensitivity genes. Genetics. 2003;164:153-62 pubmed
  7. Myers E. G?o and G?q regulate the expression of daf-7, a TGF?-like gene, in Caenorhabditis elegans. PLoS ONE. 2012;7:e40368 pubmed publisher
    ..This paper provides evidence that while goa-1 and egl-30 are important for normal daf-7 expression, mutations in these genes are not sufficient to disrupt dauer formation. ..
  8. Reynolds N, Schade M, Miller K. Convergent, RIC-8-dependent Galpha signaling pathways in the Caenorhabditis elegans synaptic signaling network. Genetics. 2005;169:651-70 pubmed
    ..We propose that the neuronal G alpha(s) pathway transduces critical positional information onto the core G alpha(q) pathway to stabilize the priming of selected synapses that are optimal for locomotion. ..
  9. Sieburth D, Ch ng Q, Dybbs M, Tavazoie M, Kennedy S, Wang D, et al. Systematic analysis of genes required for synapse structure and function. Nature. 2005;436:510-7 pubmed
    ..Twenty-four genes encoded proteins that were localized to presynaptic specializations. Loss-of-function mutations in 12 genes caused defects in presynaptic structure...

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  1. Najibi M, Labed S, Visvikis O, IRAZOQUI J. An Evolutionarily Conserved PLC-PKD-TFEB Pathway for Host Defense. Cell Rep. 2016;15:1728-42 pubmed publisher
    ..In addition, PKC? was required in macrophages. These observations reveal a previously unknown host defense signaling pathway, which has been conserved across one billion years of evolution. ..
  2. Greer E, Perez C, Van Gilst M, Lee B, Ashrafi K. Neural and molecular dissection of a C. elegans sensory circuit that regulates fat and feeding. Cell Metab. 2008;8:118-31 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, neural perception of adverse environmental conditions can promote fat accumulation without a concomitant increase in feeding rate. ..
  3. Liu Y, LeBoeuf B, Garcia L. G alpha(q)-coupled muscarinic acetylcholine receptors enhance nicotinic acetylcholine receptor signaling in Caenorhabditis elegans mating behavior. J Neurosci. 2007;27:1411-21 pubmed
    ..We propose that the GAR-3(mAChR)/G alpha(q) pathway sensitizes the spicule neurons and muscles before and during mating so that the male can respond to hermaphrodite vulva efficiently. ..
  4. Matsuki M, Kunitomo H, Iino Y. Goalpha regulates olfactory adaptation by antagonizing Gqalpha-DAG signaling in Caenorhabditis elegans. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2006;103:1112-7 pubmed
    ..Our results suggest that down-regulation of EGL-30-DAG signaling by GOA-1 underlies olfactory adaptation and plasticity of chemotaxis. ..
  5. Mahoney T, Luo S, Round E, Brauner M, Gottschalk A, Thomas J, et al. Intestinal signaling to GABAergic neurons regulates a rhythmic behavior in Caenorhabditis elegans. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2008;105:16350-5 pubmed publisher
    ..We propose a model whereby the intestinal genes aex-4 and aex-5 control the DMP by regulating the secretion of a signal, which activates the neuronal receptor aex-2. ..
  6. Yamada K, Hirotsu T, Matsuki M, Kunitomo H, Iino Y. GPC-1, a G protein gamma-subunit, regulates olfactory adaptation in Caenorhabditis elegans. Genetics. 2009;181:1347-57 pubmed publisher
    ..Our analyses place goa-1 Goalpha and let-60 Ras in parallel to gpc-1. In contrast, a gain-of-function mutation in egl-30 Gqalpha was epistatic to gpc-1, suggesting the possibility that gpc-1 Ggamma may act upstream of egl-30 Gqalpha. ..
  7. McMullan R, Anderson A, Nurrish S. Behavioral and immune responses to infection require G?q- RhoA signaling in C. elegans. PLoS Pathog. 2012;8:e1002530 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, our data suggests that ligands for Gq coupled receptors are likely to be part of the signals generated in response to M. nematophilum infection. ..
  8. Chan J, Hu Z, Sieburth D. Recruitment of sphingosine kinase to presynaptic terminals by a conserved muscarinic signaling pathway promotes neurotransmitter release. Genes Dev. 2012;26:1070-85 pubmed publisher
    ..This study shows that SPHK-1 promotes neurotransmitter release in vivo and identifies a novel muscarinic pathway that regulates SphK abundance at presynaptic terminals. ..
  9. Pastuhov S, Fujiki K, Nix P, Kanao S, Bastiani M, Matsumoto K, et al. Endocannabinoid-Go? signalling inhibits axon regeneration in Caenorhabditis elegans by antagonizing Gq?-PKC-JNK signalling. Nat Commun. 2012;3:1136 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results show that arachidonoyl ethanolamide induction of a G protein signal transduction pathway has a role in the inhibition of post-development axon regeneration...
  10. Park E, Horvitz H. Mutations with dominant effects on the behavior and morphology of the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans. Genetics. 1986;113:821-52 pubmed
    ..elegans would result in a nonmutant phenotype. Second, the dominant effects of mutations in nine of these ten genes are caused by novel gene functions, and in all nine cases the novel function is antagonized by the wild-type function...
  11. Edwards S, Charlie N, Milfort M, Brown B, Gravlin C, Knecht J, et al. A novel molecular solution for ultraviolet light detection in Caenorhabditis elegans. PLoS Biol. 2008;6:e198 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results reveal a novel molecular solution for ultraviolet light detection and an unusual sensory modality in C. elegans that is unlike any previously described light response in any organism. ..
  12. Kawli T, Wu C, Tan M. Systemic and cell intrinsic roles of Gqalpha signaling in the regulation of innate immunity, oxidative stress, and longevity in Caenorhabditis elegans. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2010;107:13788-93 pubmed publisher
    ..We propose a model whereby Gqalpha signaling differentially regulates pathogen sensitivity, oxidative stress, and longevity through cell autonomous and noncell autonomous effects on p38 MAPK and insulin/IGF1 signaling, respectively. ..
  13. Adachi T, Kunitomo H, Tomioka M, Ohno H, Okochi Y, Mori I, et al. Reversal of salt preference is directed by the insulin/PI3K and Gq/PKC signaling in Caenorhabditis elegans. Genetics. 2010;186:1309-19 pubmed publisher
    ..A putative salt receptor GCY-22 guanylyl cyclase is required in ASER for both salt attraction and avoidance. Our results suggest that ASEL and ASER use distinct molecular mechanisms to regulate salt chemotaxis plasticity. ..
  14. Esposito G, Amoroso M, Bergamasco C, Di Schiavi E, Bazzicalupo P. The G protein regulators EGL-10 and EAT-16, the Gi? GOA-1 and the G(q)? EGL-30 modulate the response of the C. elegans ASH polymodal nociceptive sensory neurons to repellents. BMC Biol. 2010;8:138 pubmed publisher
  15. Qin Y, Zhang X, Zhang Y. A neuronal signaling pathway of CaMKII and Gq? regulates experience-dependent transcription of tph-1. J Neurosci. 2013;33:925-35 pubmed publisher
    ..Together, our work elucidates the molecular and cellular mechanisms whereby experience modulates tph-1 transcription...
  16. Moghal N, Garcia L, Khan L, Iwasaki K, Sternberg P. Modulation of EGF receptor-mediated vulva development by the heterotrimeric G-protein Galphaq and excitable cells in C. elegans. Development. 2003;130:4553-66 pubmed