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Default The solution conformation of tubulin-beta(422-434)-NH2 and its Nac-DATADEQG-NH2 fragm

The solution conformation of tubulin-beta(422-434)-NH2 and its Nac-DATADEQG-NH2 fragment based on NMR.

Related Articles The solution conformation of tubulin-beta(422-434)-NH2 and its Nac-DATADEQG-NH2 fragment based on NMR.

Biopolymers. 1991 Mar;31(4):449-58

Authors: Otter A, Scott PG, Maccioni RB, Kotovych G

The solution conformation of tubulin-beta(422-434)-NH2 (YQQYQDATADEQG-NH2) and its Nac-DATADEQG-NH2 fragment has been studied by two-dimensional 1H-nmr spectroscopy in CD3OH/H2O (90/10 v/v) at neutral and low pH. The 13 amino acid peptide is a segment of the C-terminal region of tubulin, and is directly involved in the selective binding site with microtubule-associated proteins MAP-2 and the tau protein. Based on correlated spectroscopy, total correlation spectroscopy, and rotating frame nuclear Overhauser effect spectroscopy experiments, a complete assignment of all proton resonances was achieved, and the conformation of the backbone could be deduced from coupling constants, NH temperature coefficients, and nuclear Overhauser effects. The spectroscopic evidence indicates that the T8-Q12 section of both molecules forms one complete alpha-helical turn, stabilized by a NH (Q12)-C = O (T8) hydrogen bond. Furthermore, strong pH-dependent backfolding of the E11 side chain to its own NH proton was found. In addition, close proximity between the aromatic side chains of Y1, Y4, and the alpha-helical part, resulting in some substantial chemical shift changes when comparing the entire 13-mer with the octamer, could be explained in terms of a nonclassical kink in the DATA section. The conformational space is dominated by extended structures and the nonextended conformers are only a minor, yet spectroscopically clearly discernible entity. The presence of the alpha-helical region at the C-terminus of the 13-mer is important because binding studies of this peptide with MAP-2 indicate that the D10-E11-Q12-G13 fragment is critical for the binding interaction.

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