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Default Investigating the Dynamics of Destabilized Nucleosomes Using Methyl-TROSY NMR.

Investigating the Dynamics of Destabilized Nucleosomes Using Methyl-TROSY NMR.

Investigating the Dynamics of Destabilized Nucleosomes Using Methyl-TROSY NMR.

J Am Chem Soc. 2018 Mar 28;:

Authors: Kitevski-LeBlanc JL, Yuwen T, Dyer PN, Rudolph J, Luger K, Kay LE

Abstract
The nucleosome core particle (NCP), comprised of histone proteins wrapped with ~146 base pairs of DNA, provides both protection and controlled access to DNA so as to regulate vital cellular processes. High-resolution structures of nucleosomes and nucleosome complexes have afforded a clear understanding of the structural role of NCPs, but a detailed description of the dynamical properties that facilitate DNA-templated processes is only beginning to emerge. Using methyl-TROSY NMR approaches we evaluate the effect of point mutations designed to perturb key histone interfaces that become destabilized during nucleosome remodeling in an effort to probe NCP plasticity. Notably the NCP retains its overall structural integrity, yet relaxation experiments of mutant nucleosomes reveal significant dynamics within a central histone interface associated with alternative NCP conformations populated to as much as 15% under low salt conditions. This work highlights the inherent plasticity of NCPs and establishes methyl-TROSY NMR as a valuable compliment to current single molecule methods in quantifying NCP dynamic properties.


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