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Default Gradual Disordering of the Native State on a Slow Two-State Folding Protein Monitored by Single-Molecule Fluorescence Spectroscopy and NMR.

Gradual Disordering of the Native State on a Slow Two-State Folding Protein Monitored by Single-Molecule Fluorescence Spectroscopy and NMR.

Gradual Disordering of the Native State on a Slow Two-State Folding Protein Monitored by Single-Molecule Fluorescence Spectroscopy and NMR.

J Phys Chem B. 2013 Jun 24;

Authors: Campos LA, Sadqi M, Liu J, Wang X, English DS, Munoz V

Abstract
Theory predicts that folding free energy landscapes are intrinsically malleable, and as such are expected to respond to perturbations in topographically complex ways. Structural changes upon perturbation have been observed experimentally for unfolded ensembles, folding transition states, and fast downhill folding proteins. However, the native state of proteins that fold in two-state fashion is conventionally assumed to be structurally invariant during unfolding. Here we investigate how the native and unfolded states of the chicken ?-spectrin SH3 domain (a well characterized slow two-state folder) change in response to chemical denaturants and/or temperature. We can resolve the individual properties of the two end-states across the chemical unfolding transition employing single-molecule fluorescence spectroscopy (SM-FRET), and across the thermal unfolding transition by NMR because SH3 folds-unfolds in the slow chemical exchange regime. Our results demonstrate that ?-spectrin SH3 unfolds in a canonical way in the sense that it converts between the native state and an unfolded ensemble that expands in response to chemical denaturants. However, as conditions become increasingly destabilizing, the native state also expands gradually; and a large fraction of its native intramolecular hydrogen bonds break up. This gradual disordering of the native state takes place in times shorter than the 100 ?s resolution of our SM-FRET experiments. ?-spectrin SH3 thus showcases the extreme plasticity of folding landscapes, which extends to the native state of slow two-state proteins. Our results point to the idea that folding mechanisms under physiological conditions might be quite different from those obtained by linear extrapolation from denaturing conditions. Furthermore, they highlight a pressing need for reevaluating the conventional procedures for analyzing and interpreting folding experiments, which may be based on too-simplistic assumptions.


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