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Default 1H-NMR study of a cobalt-substituted blue copper protein: Pseudomonas aeruginosa Co(I

1H-NMR study of a cobalt-substituted blue copper protein: Pseudomonas aeruginosa Co(II)-azurin.

Related Articles 1H-NMR study of a cobalt-substituted blue copper protein: Pseudomonas aeruginosa Co(II)-azurin.

Eur J Biochem. 1995 Jul 15;231(2):358-69

Authors: Salgado J, Jim矇nez HR, Donaire A, Moratal JM

Substitution of copper by cobalt in blue copper proteins gives a paramagnetic metalloderivative suitable for paramagnetic NMR studies. A thorough analysis of the 1H-NMR spectrum of Pseudomonas aeruginosa Co(II)-azurin is presented here. All the observable contact-shifted signals as well as many other paramagnetic signals from protons placed up to about 1.0 nm around the metal center, including some residues belonging to functionally important parts of the protein like the hydrophobic patch and the His35 region, have been assigned. The results obtained permit the detection and study of structural variations like those originated by the His35 ionization, and allow us to draw a feasible picture of the metal coordination site. Contact-shifted signals correspond to the same five residues which are found in the coordination sphere of the native Cu(II)-azurin, i.e. His46, His117, Cys112, Met121 and Gly45. Among them, the histidine residues present a pattern of resonances typical for histidines coordinated to cobalt in other cobalt protein derivatives, and the cysteine signals clearly indicate a strong interaction with the paramagnetic Co(II) ion. In contrast, the Met121 signals indicate a weak but still existent contact interaction with the metal center. On the other hand, the very weak copper ligand, Gly45, appears here as clearly coordinated to cobalt. Results are consistent with a distorted tetrahedral metal site with the cobalt deviated from the N2S plane towards the Gly45 O axial position and weakly interacting with the Met121 sulfur.

PMID: 7635147 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]



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