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Default Proton NMR comparison of noncovalent and covalently cross-linked complexes of cytochr

Proton NMR comparison of noncovalent and covalently cross-linked complexes of cytochrome c peroxidase with horse, tuna, and yeast ferricytochromes c.

Related Articles Proton NMR comparison of noncovalent and covalently cross-linked complexes of cytochrome c peroxidase with horse, tuna, and yeast ferricytochromes c.

Biochemistry. 1992 Apr 14;31(14):3661-70

Authors: Moench SJ, Chroni S, Lou BS, Erman JE, Satterlee JD

Proton NMR spectroscopy at 500 and 361 MHz has been used to characterize the noncovalent or electrostatic complexes of yeast cytochrome c peroxidase (CcP) with horse, tuna, yeast isozyme-1, and yeast isozyme-2 ferricytochromes c and the covalently cross-linked complexes of cytochrome c peroxidase with horse and yeast isozyme-1 ferricytochromes c. Under the conditions employed in this work, the stoichiometry of the predominant complex formed in solution (which totaled greater than 90% of complex formed) was found to be 1:1 in all cases. These studies have elucidated significant differences in the proton NMR absorption spectra and the one-dimensional nuclear Overhauser effect difference spectra of the complexes, depending on the specific species of ferricytochrome c incorporated. In particular, the results indicate that the noncovalent complexes formed between CcP and physiological redox partners (yeast isozyme-1 or yeast isozyme-2 ferricytochromes c) are distinctly different from the noncovalent complexes formed between CcP and ferricytochromes c from horse and tuna. Parallel chemical cross-linking studies carried out using mixtures of cytochrome c peroxidase with horse ferricytochrome c, and cytochrome c peroxidase with yeast isozyme-1 ferricytochrome c further emphasize such cytochrome c-dependent differences, with only the covalently cross-linked complex of physiological redox partners (cytochrome c peroxidase/yeast isozyme-1) displaying NMR spectra characteristic of a heterogeneous mixture of different 1:1 complexes. Finally, one-dimensional nuclear Overhauser effect experiments have proven valuable in selectively and efficiently probing the protein-protein interface in these complexes, including the environment around the cytochrome c heme 3-methyl group and Phe-82.

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