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Default Determinants of protein hyperthermostability: purification and amino acid sequence of

Determinants of protein hyperthermostability: purification and amino acid sequence of rubredoxin from the hyperthermophilic archaebacterium Pyrococcus furiosus and secondary structure of the zinc adduct by NMR.

Related Articles Determinants of protein hyperthermostability: purification and amino acid sequence of rubredoxin from the hyperthermophilic archaebacterium Pyrococcus furiosus and secondary structure of the zinc adduct by NMR.

Biochemistry. 1991 Nov 12;30(45):10885-95

Authors: Blake PR, Park JB, Bryant FO, Aono S, Magnuson JK, Eccleston E, Howard JB, Summers MF, Adams MW

The purification, amino acid sequence, and two-dimensional 1H NMR results are reported for the rubredoxin (Rd) from the hyperthermophilic archaebacterium Pyrococcus furiosus, an organism that grows optimally at 100 degrees C. The molecular mass (5397 Da), iron content (1.2 +/- 0.2 g-atom of Fe/mol), UV-vis spectrophotometric properties, and amino acid sequence (60% sequence identity with Clostridium pasteurianum Rd) are found to be typical of this class of redox protein. However, P. furiosus Rd is remarkably thermostable, being unaffected after incubation for 24 h at 95 degrees C. One- and two-dimensional 1H nuclear magnetic resonance spectra of the oxidized [Fe(III)Rd] and reduced [Fe(II)Rd] forms of P. furiosus Rd exhibited substantial paramagnetic line broadening, and this precluded detailed 3D structural studies. The apoprotein was not readily amenable to NMR studies due to apparent protein oxidation involving the free cysteine sulfhydryls. However, high-quality NMR spectra were obtained for the Zn-substituted protein, Zn(Rd), enabling detailed NMR signal assignment for all backbone amide and alpha and most side-chain protons. Secondary structural elements were determined from qualitative analysis of 2D Overhauser effect spectra. Residues A1-K6, Y10-E14, and F48-E51 form a three-strand antiparallel beta-sheet, which comprises ca. 30% of the primary sequence. Residues C5-Y10 and C38-A43 form types I and II amide-sulfur tight turns common to iron-sulfur proteins. These structural elements are similar to those observed by X-ray crystallography for native Rd from the mesophile C. pasteurianum. However, the beta-sheet domain in P. furiosus Rd is larger than that in C. pasteurianum Rd and appears to begin at the N-terminal residue. From analysis of the secondary structure, potentially stabilizing electrostatic interactions involving the charged groups of residues Ala(1), Glu(14), and Glu(52) are proposed. These interactions, which are not present in rubredoxins from mesophilic organisms, may prevent the beta-sheet from "unzipping" at elevated temperatures.

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