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Default Integrating NMR, SAXS, and Atomistic Simulations: Structure and Dynamics of a Two-Domain Protein.

Integrating NMR, SAXS, and Atomistic Simulations: Structure and Dynamics of a Two-Domain Protein.

Integrating NMR, SAXS, and Atomistic Simulations: Structure and Dynamics of a Two-Domain Protein.

Biophys J. 2018 Feb 27;114(4):839-855

Authors: Debiec KT, Whitley MJ, Koharudin LMI, Chong LT, Gronenborn AM

Abstract
Multidomain proteins with two or more independently folded functional domains are prevalent in nature. Whereas most multidomain proteins are linked linearly in sequence, roughly one-tenth possess domain insertions where a guest domain is implanted into a loop of a host domain, such that the two domains are connected by a pair of interdomain linkers. Here, we characterized the influence of the interdomain linkers on the structure and dynamics of a domain-insertion protein in which the guest LysM domain is inserted into a central loop of the host CVNH domain. Expanding upon our previous crystallographic and NMR studies, we applied SAXS in combination with NMR paramagnetic relaxation enhancement to construct a structural model of the overall two-domain system. Although the two domains have no fixed relative orientation, certain orientations were found to be preferred over others. We also assessed the accuracies of molecular mechanics force fields in modeling the structure and dynamics of tethered multidomain proteins by integrating our experimental results with microsecond-scale atomistic molecular dynamics simulations. In particular, our evaluation of two different combinations of the latest force fields and water models revealed that both combinations accurately reproduce certain structural and dynamical properties, but are inaccurate for others. Overall, our study illustrates the value of integrating experimental NMR and SAXS studies with long timescale atomistic simulations for characterizing structural ensembles of flexibly linked multidomain systems.


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