Single-molecule photobleaching reveals increased MET receptor dimerization upon ligand binding in intact cells

Dietz MS, Haße D, Ferraris DM, Göhler A, Niemann H, Heilemann M (2013)
BMC biophysics 6(1).

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BACKGROUND: The human receptor tyrosine kinase MET and its ligand hepatocyte growth factor/scatter factor are essential during embryonic development and play an important role during cancer metastasis and tissue regeneration. In addition, it was found that MET is also relevant for infectious diseases and is the target of different bacteria, amongst them Listeria monocytogenes that induces bacterial uptake through the surface protein internalin B. Binding of ligand to the MET receptor is proposed to lead to receptor dimerization. However, it is also discussed whether preformed MET dimers exist on the cell membrane. RESULTS: To address these issues we used single-molecule fluorescence microscopy techniques. Our photobleaching experiments show that MET exists in dimers on the membrane of cells in the absence of ligand and that the proportion of MET dimers increases significantly upon ligand binding. CONCLUSIONS: Our results indicate that partially preformed MET dimers may play a role in ligand binding or MET signaling. The addition of the bacterial ligand internalin B leads to an increase of MET dimers which is in agreement with the model of ligand-induced dimerization of receptor tyrosine kinases.
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Dietz MS, Haße D, Ferraris DM, Göhler A, Niemann H, Heilemann M. Single-molecule photobleaching reveals increased MET receptor dimerization upon ligand binding in intact cells. BMC biophysics. 2013;6(1).
Dietz, M. S., Haße, D., Ferraris, D. M., Göhler, A., Niemann, H., & Heilemann, M. (2013). Single-molecule photobleaching reveals increased MET receptor dimerization upon ligand binding in intact cells. BMC biophysics, 6(1).
Dietz, M. S., Haße, D., Ferraris, D. M., Göhler, A., Niemann, H., and Heilemann, M. (2013). Single-molecule photobleaching reveals increased MET receptor dimerization upon ligand binding in intact cells. BMC biophysics 6.
Dietz, M.S., et al., 2013. Single-molecule photobleaching reveals increased MET receptor dimerization upon ligand binding in intact cells. BMC biophysics, 6(1).
M.S. Dietz, et al., “Single-molecule photobleaching reveals increased MET receptor dimerization upon ligand binding in intact cells”, BMC biophysics, vol. 6, 2013.
Dietz, M.S., Haße, D., Ferraris, D.M., Göhler, A., Niemann, H., Heilemann, M.: Single-molecule photobleaching reveals increased MET receptor dimerization upon ligand binding in intact cells. BMC biophysics. 6, (2013).
Dietz, Marina S., Haße, Daniel, Ferraris, Davide M., Göhler, Antonia, Niemann, Hartmut, and Heilemann, Mike. “Single-molecule photobleaching reveals increased MET receptor dimerization upon ligand binding in intact cells”. BMC biophysics 6.1 (2013).
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