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Default Salt-mediated oligomerization of the mouse prion protein monitored by real time NMR.

Salt-mediated oligomerization of the mouse prion protein monitored by real time NMR.

Related Articles Salt-mediated oligomerization of the mouse prion protein monitored by real time NMR.

J Mol Biol. 2017 May 11;:

Authors: Sengupta I, Bhate SH, Das R, Udgaonkar JB

Abstract
The prion protein forms ß-rich soluble oligomers in vitro at pH4 in the presence of physiological concentrations of salt. In the absence of salt, oligomerization and misfolding does not take place in an experimentally tractable timescale. While it is well established that a lowering of pH facilitates misfolding and oligomerization of this protein, the role of salt remains poorly understood. Here, solution-state NMR was used to probe perturbations in the monomeric mouse prion protein moPrP) structure immediately upon salt-addition, prior to the commencement of the oligomerization reaction. The weak binding of salt at multiple sites dispersed all over the monomeric protein causes a weak non-specific perturbation of structure throughout the protein. The only significant perturbation occurs in the loop between helix 2 and 3 in and around the partially buried K193-E195 salt bridge. The disruption of this key electrostatic interaction is the earliest detectable change in the monomer before any major conformational change occurs and appears to constitute the trigger for the commencement of misfolding and oligomerization. Subsequently, the kinetics of monomer loss, due to oligomerization, was monitored at the individual residue level. The oligomerization reaction was found to be rate-limited by association and not conformational change, with an average reaction order of 2.6, across residues. Not surprisingly, salt accelerated the oligomerization kinetics, in a non-specific manner, by electrostatic screening of the highly charged monomers at acidic pH. Together, these results allowed a demarcation of the specific and non-specific effects of salt on prion protein misfolding and oligomerization.


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