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Default Evaluation of transmembrane helix prediction methods using the recently defined NMR s

Evaluation of transmembrane helix prediction methods using the recently defined NMR structures of the coat proteins from bacteriophages M13 and Pf1.

Related Articles Evaluation of transmembrane helix prediction methods using the recently defined NMR structures of the coat proteins from bacteriophages M13 and Pf1.

Biochim Biophys Acta. 1993 Sep 3;1202(1):161-8

Authors: Turner RJ, Weiner JH

Currently, there are a large number of hydropathy scales available to predict the presence of transmembrane segments within integral membrane proteins. These scales and their subsequent numerical manipulations provide an aid in the determination of topology in transmembrane proteins. In order to analyse the accuracy of these procedures to correctly identify the boundaries of a transmembrane segment, 13 methods were applied to the amino-acid sequence of the coat proteins from the bacteriophages Pf1 and M13. These monotopic integral membrane proteins have been incorporated into detergent micelles and their structures have recently been solved using NMR. The predicted regions were then compared to their NMR-determined structures. All methods used were able to detect a transmembrane region within the protein sequence. However, there was considerable differences in their accuracy in determining the boundaries of the main transmembrane alpha-helix. Surprisingly, the methods which worked the best for Pf1 coat protein had poor accuracy in identifying the transmembrane region correctly in the M13 protein. It was concluded that a number of methods should be utilized in order to obtain a clear model of transmembrane protein topology, and that regardless of how closely related two proteins are, a different conclusion may be obtained from different prediction procedures.

PMID: 8373820 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]



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