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Default NMR and circular dichroism data for domain 2 of the HCV NS5A protein phosphorylated by the Casein Kinase II.

NMR and circular dichroism data for domain 2 of the HCV NS5A protein phosphorylated by the Casein Kinase II.

Related Articles NMR and circular dichroism data for domain 2 of the HCV NS5A protein phosphorylated by the Casein Kinase II.

Data Brief. 2018 Apr;17:325-333

Authors: Bessa LM, Schneider R, Hanoulle X

Abstract
The Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) nonstructural 5A protein (NS5A) is a phosphoprotein (Evans et al., 2004; Ross-Thriepland and Harris, 2014) [1], [2] composed of an N-terminal well-structured domain and two C-terminal intrinsically disordered domains (Moradpour et al., 2007; Bartenschlager et al., 2013; Badillo et al., 2017) [3], [4], [5]. So far, no precise molecular function has been identified for this viral protein (Ross-Thriepland and Harris, 2015) [6] which is required for viral replication (Tellinghuisen et al., 2008) [7]. In this article, we present datasets of NMR and circular dichroism analyses of the domain 2 of the HCV NS5A protein (NS5A-D2) phosphorylated in vitro by the Casein Kinase II (CKII) (Dal Pero et al., 2007; Clemens et al., 2015; Masak et al., 2014; Kim et al., 2014) [8], [9], [10], [11]. We describe the in vitro phosphorylation of the serine 288 (pS288) of NS5A-D2 by CKII and report the circular dichroism spectrum of the phosphorylated domain (NS5-D2_CKII). This data article also contains the 1H, 15N and 13C NMR chemical shift assignments (HN, N, C?, C? and C') for the phosphorylated NS5A-D2 domain, and an assigned 1H,15N-HSQC spectrum is shown. The NMR data have been acquired on an 800 MHz spectrometer. These NMR data have been used to calculate both the 1H,15N combined chemical shift perturbations (CSP) induced by the phosphorylation of pS288 and the secondary structural propensity (SSP) scores that describe the structural tendencies in this intrinsically disordered domain. The circular dichroism spectrum and the SSP scores of NS5A-D2_CKII have been compared with those of unphosphorylated NS5A-D2 [12,13].


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