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Default Orientation and mobility of the heme vinyl groups in myoglobins with the aid of NOE a

Orientation and mobility of the heme vinyl groups in myoglobins with the aid of NOE and MATDUHM NMR.

Related Articles Orientation and mobility of the heme vinyl groups in myoglobins with the aid of NOE and MATDUHM NMR.

Biochim Biophys Acta. 1992 Apr 8;1120(2):173-82

Authors: Yamamoto Y, Iwafune K, Nanai N, Chûjô R, Inoue Y, Suzuki T

The heme vinyl substituents in a shark (Galeorhinus japonicus) myoglobin in its met-cyano form (MbCN) have been characterized by NMR and the results were compared with those of the well-studied sperm whale (Physter catodon) myoglobin. Their orientation has been inferred from NOE connectivities and the analysis of the hyperfine shifts based on the principal magnetic tensor determined by MATDUHM (Magnetic Anisotropy Tensor Orientation Determination Utilizing the Heme Methyls) [Yamamoto, Y., Nanai, N. and Chujo, R.(1990) J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun. 1556-1557]. It has been shown that the C3-vinyl group is oriented roughly orthogonal to the heme plane in both G. japonicus and P. catodon MbCNs at 35 degrees C and their C8-vinyl groups, on the other hand, are close to in-plane orientation. Although CO form of myoglobin (MbCO) and MbCN have been thought to be isostructural to each other, the C8-vinyl orientation for P. catodon MbCN is found to be different from the orthogonal orientation indicated in the crystal structure analysis of MbCO [Hanson, J.C. and Schoenborn, B.P. (1981) J. Mol. Biol. 153, 117-146]. Their mobility has been characterized quantitatively from the study of time-dependent NOE build-up between the selected pair of the vinyl proton resonances. It has been revealed that the heme C3- and C8-vinyl groups of approximately 1 mM G. japonicus MbCN at 45 degrees C undergo internal motion with the correlation time of 1.9 and 2.4 ns, respectively. Therefore, their oscillatory motion is faster by a factor of 4-5 compared with the protein overall tumbling. Difference in the internal mobility between the two vinyl groups in the active site of this Mb is attributed to their differential contact with the apo-protein.

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