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Default Expression and Purification of a Functional E. coli 13CH3-Methionine-Labeled Thermostable Neurotensin Receptor 1 Variant for Solution NMR Studies.

Expression and Purification of a Functional E. coli 13CH3-Methionine-Labeled Thermostable Neurotensin Receptor 1 Variant for Solution NMR Studies.

Related Articles Expression and Purification of a Functional E. coli 13CH3-Methionine-Labeled Thermostable Neurotensin Receptor 1 Variant for Solution NMR Studies.

Methods Mol Biol. 2019;1947:31-55

Authors: Bumbak F, Bathgate RAD, Scott DJ, Gooley PR

Abstract
Escherichia coli (E. coli) is the most widely used expression host for recombinant proteins due to high expression yields and straightforward molecular cloning. Directed evolution of G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) has made several of these difficult to express membrane proteins amenable to prokaryotic expression. Here, we describe a protocol for near complete 13CH3-methionine labeling of a thermostable neurotensin receptor 1 (enNTS1) variant in E. coli for solution NMR-based dynamics studies. Our expression strategy utilizes methionine biosynthesis pathway inhibition forcing E. coli to incorporate exogenous methionine with 96% efficiency at expression levels of 2.6*mg enNTS1 per liter of expression culture containing 50*mg of 13CH3-methionine. We also provide a 3-step purification protocol that produces final yields of 0.6*mg of functional Apo-state enNTS1.


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