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Default Combined approaches of EPR and NMR illustrate only one transmembrane helix in the human IFITM3.

Combined approaches of EPR and NMR illustrate only one transmembrane helix in the human IFITM3.

Combined approaches of EPR and NMR illustrate only one transmembrane helix in the human IFITM3.

Sci Rep. 2016;6:24029

Authors: Ling S, Zhang C, Wang W, Cai X, Yu L, Wu F, Zhang L, Tian C

Abstract
Interferon-inducible transmembrane protein IFITM3 was known to restrict the entry of a wide spectrum of viruses to the cytosol of the host. The mechanism used by the protein to restrict viral entry is unclear given the unavailability of the membrane topology and structures of the IFITM family proteins. Systematic site-directed spin labeling (SDSL) and electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) studies of IFITM3 in detergent micelles identified a single, long transmembrane helix in the C-terminus and an intramembrane segment in the N-terminal hydrophobic region. Solution NMR studies of the same sample verified the secondary structure distribution and demonstrated two rigid regions interacting with the micellar surface. The resulting membrane topology of IFITM3 supports the mechanism of an enhanced restricted membrane hemi-fusion.


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