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Default Comparison of residual alpha- and beta-structures between two intrinsically disordered proteins by using NMR.

Comparison of residual alpha- and beta-structures between two intrinsically disordered proteins by using NMR.

Comparison of residual alpha- and beta-structures between two intrinsically disordered proteins by using NMR.

Biochim Biophys Acta. 2014 Dec 15;

Authors: Ono Y, Miyashita M, Ono Y, Okazaki H, Watanabe S, Tochio N, Kigawa T, Nishimura C

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Intrinsically disordered proteins contain some residual structures, which may fold further upon binding to the partner protein for function. The residual structures observed in two intrinsically disordered proteins, including the C-terminal segment of peripherin-2 (63 residues) and measles virus nucleocapsid protein Ntail (125 residues), were compared using NMR. Differences in the chemical shifts of alpha-, beta- and carbonyl carbons between the observed structure and calculated random coil revealed the existence of a helix and some possible beta-structures in both proteins. The intensity of signals in the C-terminal segment of peripherin-2 in NMR spectra was informative and locally low, particularly in the middle and N-terminal parts: this suggested the broadening of the signals caused by the formation of residual structures in those areas. Furthermore, the protection of exchange of amide protons was significantly observed at the N-terminus. Conversely, the intensities of signals for Ntail were random beyond the overall areas of protein, and indicated no characteristic pattern. Only a faint protection of amide-proton exchange in Ntail was observed in the C-terminus. It was concluded that Ntail was more intrinsically disordered than the C-terminal segment of peripherin-2. The combination of chemical shifts with the amide-proton exchanges and signal intensities was useful for the analyses of the remaining secondary structures. The beta-structure might be more detectable by the protection of amide-proton exchange than the helical structure, although the changes in chemical shifts were sensitive for the detection of elements of both secondary structures.


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