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Default Recombinant gene expression and 1H NMR characteristics of the kringle (2 + 3) supermo

Recombinant gene expression and 1H NMR characteristics of the kringle (2 + 3) supermodule: spectroscopic/functional individuality of plasminogen kringle domains.

Related Articles Recombinant gene expression and 1H NMR characteristics of the kringle (2 + 3) supermodule: spectroscopic/functional individuality of plasminogen kringle domains.

Biochemistry. 1996 Feb 20;35(7):2357-64

Authors: Söhndel S, Hu CK, Marti D, Affolter M, Schaller J, Llinás M, Rickli EE

The plasminogen kringle 2 (K2HPg) and kringle 3 (K3HPg) modules occur in tandem within the polypeptide segment that affords the heavy chain of plasmin. The K2HPg and K3HPg are unique among the plasminogen kringle domains in that they also are linked to each other via the Cys169-Cys297 (Cys4 of K2HPg to Cys43 of K3HPg, kringle numbering convention) disulfide bridge, thus generating a K2HPg-K3HPg "supermodule". The kringle (2 + 3) sequence of human plasminogen (r-EE[K2HPgK3HPg]DS) was expressed in Escherichia coli, using an expression vector containing the phage T5 promoter/operator N250PSN250P29 and the codons for an N-terminal hexahistidine tag to ensure the isolation of the recombinant protein by affinity chromatography on Ni(2+)-nitrilotriacetic acid/agarose under denaturing and reducing conditions. Kringle (2 + 3) was refolded in the presence of glutathione redox buffer. By taking advantage of the lysine affinity of kringle 2, the protein was purified by affinity chromatography on lysine-Bio-Gel. Recombinant kringle (2 + 3) was identified by amino acid composition, N-terminal sequence and mass determination. The 1H NMR spectrum shows that the intact r-K2HPgK3HPg is properly folded. By reference to spectra of the individual kringles, r-K2HPg and r-K3HPg, resonances of the K2HPg and K3HPg components in the spectrum of the intact r-K2HPgK3HPg can be readily distinguished. The strictly conserved Leu46 residue (kringle residue number convention) yields delta-methyl signals that are characteristic for K2HPg and K3HPg, exhibiting chemical shifts of -0.87 and -0.94 ppm, respectively, which are distinct from those of K1HPg, K4HPg, and K5HPg, (-1.04 to -1.05 ppm). Thus, the high-field Leu46 signals from K2HPg and K3HPg are well resolved from those of other kringles and can be identified unambiguously in spectra of the K1HPgK2HPgK3HPg elastolytic fragment of plasminogen as well as in spectra of Glu-plasminogen. Overall, r-K2HPgK3HPg exhibits broader resonance line widths than does the K1HPg component, consistent with a lesser mobility of the K2HPgK3HPg segment within the K1HPgK2HPgK3HPg fragment, a reflection of the extra structural constraint imposed by the disulfide bridge linking K2HPg to K3HPg. The ligand 6-aminohexanoic acid (6-AHA), which is known to interact with r-K2HPg but not with r-K3HPg, selectively perturbs K2 aromatic signals in the intact r-K2HPgK3HPg spectrum while leaving K3 resonances largely unaffected. Association constant (K(a)) values for 6-AHA determined from 1H NMR ligand titration experiments yield K(a) approximately 2.2 +/- 0.3 mM(-1) for the intact r-K2HPgK3HPg, comparable to K(a) approximately 2.3 +/- 0.2 mM(-1) determined for the isolated r-K2HPg, which demonstrates that the interactions of 6-AHA with the K2HPg ligand-binding site are not significantly affected by the neighboring K3HPg domain within the intact r-K2HPgK3HPg supermodule.

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