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Default Spectroscopic characterization of polyethyleneglycol modified superoxide dismutase: 1

Spectroscopic characterization of polyethyleneglycol modified superoxide dismutase: 1H NMR studies on its Cu2Co2 derivative.

Related Articles Spectroscopic characterization of polyethyleneglycol modified superoxide dismutase: 1H NMR studies on its Cu2Co2 derivative.

J Inorg Biochem. 1990 Jun;39(2):149-59

Authors: Banci L, Bertini I, Caliceti P, MonsĂą Scolaro L, Schiavon O, Veronese FM

Spectroscopic methods have been employed in order to understand the molecular basis of the decrease in enzymatic activity of the antiinflammatory enzyme copper-zinc superoxide dismutase (SOD) following the covalent binding of polyethyleneglycol (PEG) chains to the protein amino-groups. The PEG modification is a general method recently proposed to improve the therapeutic index of enzymes. 1H NMR spectra on the cobalt substituted PEG-modified SOD, Cu2Co2-PEG-SOD, have been recorded. The signals are quite broad with respect to the unmodified enzyme. This has been interpreted on the basis of the effect of molecular weight on the linewidth. The analysis has shown that the histidine hydrogens involved in metal binding at the enzyme active site are the same in both native and PEG-modified SOD. Similarly, circular dichroism and absorption spectra indicate that the overall conformation of the metal clusters is not perturbed upon modification. On the other hand, azide titration shows that the affinity constant of N-3 for SOD is largely reduced upon PEG modification (K = 154 M-1 and 75 M-1 for the native and modified SOD, respectively). These results indicate that the decrease in enzymatic activity upon surface modification with PEG is not caused by a perturbation of the active site geometry, but to a decrease in the channeling of the O2- ion towards the enzyme active site.

PMID: 2166134 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]



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