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Default Dissection of the basic subdomain of the c-Jun oncoprotein: a structural analysis of

Dissection of the basic subdomain of the c-Jun oncoprotein: a structural analysis of two peptide fragments by CD, Fourier-transform infrared and NMR.

Related Articles Dissection of the basic subdomain of the c-Jun oncoprotein: a structural analysis of two peptide fragments by CD, Fourier-transform infrared and NMR.

Eur J Biochem. 1996 Feb 1;235(3):699-712

Authors: Krebs D, Dahmani B, Monnot M, Mauffret O, Troalen F, Fermandjian S

In a previous paper, we reported on the structural properties of a 35-residue peptide corresponding to a modified basic subdomain (bSD) of the basic zipper protein c-Jun (residues 252-281) as determined by combined use of 1H-NMR, circular dichroism (CD) and Fourier transform infrared (FT-IR) spectroscopies [Krebs, D., Dahmani, B., El Antri, S., Monnot, M., Convert, O,. Mauffret, O., Troalen, F. & Fermandjian, S. (1995) Eur. J. Biochem. 231, 370-380]. The fragments NP and CP (the N-terminal residues 1-19 and C-terminal residues 16-35 of bSD, respectively) proved to be particularly useful for the assignment of the 1H-NMR spectra of the full-length bSD, which has been achieved completely in aqueous solution and partially in trifluoroethanol. Here, we report on the structural properties of NP and CP in aqueous solution and under varying H2O/trifluoroethanol conditions, again using 1H-NMR, CD and FT-IR experiments. Both CD and FT-IR results established that the fragments are weakly structured in aqueous solution. Addition of trifluoroethanol to aqueous solutions of the peptides produced their stabilization into helix, following a profile sigmoidal for NP and nearly linear for CP. Quantitative NOEs, secondary Halpha chemical shifts, NH temperature coefficients and 3JalphaN coupling constants for the peptides in aqueous solutions provided indications for weak helix features (nascent helices) manifested within two sites (continuous dNN NOEs) in both NP and CP. For each peptide, an excellent agreement was observed between experiments and predictions with the AGADIR program for the location of these nascent helices in the sequences. Trifluoroethanol provoked both the alpha-helix stabilization within these sites and the alpha-helix propagation to adjacent amino acid residues. Finally, our results reflected the high flexibility and helix potential of the NP and CP fragments, these two properties seeming crucial for the accommodation of c-Jun to its specific DNA targets. The results demonstrated also the fragmentation's benefits in dissecting a protein or a complex peptide into smaller fragments and analyzing their structure individually.

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