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Default Structural comparison of phosphorylated and unphosphorylated forms of IIIGlc, a signa

Structural comparison of phosphorylated and unphosphorylated forms of IIIGlc, a signal-transducing protein from Escherichia coli, using three-dimensional NMR techniques.

Related Articles Structural comparison of phosphorylated and unphosphorylated forms of IIIGlc, a signal-transducing protein from Escherichia coli, using three-dimensional NMR techniques.

Biochemistry. 1992 Jun 9;31(22):5215-24

Authors: Pelton JG, Torchia DA, Meadow ND, Roseman S

The 18.1-kDa protein IIIGlc from Escherichia coli acts as both a phosphocarrier protein in the phosphoenolpyruvate:glycose phosphotransferase system (PTS) and as a signal-transducing protein with respect to the uptake of non-PTS sugars. Phosphorylation of IIIGlc at the N epsilon (N3) position of His-90 was effected through a regeneration system that included MgCl2, DTT, excess PEP, and catalytic amounts of Enzyme I and HPr. NH, 15N, and 13C alpha signal assignments for P-IIIGlc were made through comparison of 15N-1H correlation spectra (HSQC) of uniformly 15N-labeled preparations of phosphorylated and unphosphorylated protein and through analysis of three-dimensional triple-resonance HNCA spectra of P-IIIGlc uniformly labeled with both 15N and 13C. Backbone and side-chain 1H and 13C beta signals were assigned using 3D heteronuclear HCCH-COSY and HCCH-TOCSY spectra of P-IIIGlc. Using this approach, the assignments were made without reference to nuclear Overhauser effect data or assumptions regarding protein structure. The majority of NH, 15N, H alpha, and 13C alpha chemical shifts measured for P-IIIGlc were identical to those obtained for the unphosphorylated protein [Pelton, J. G., Torchia, D. A., Meadow, N. D., Wong, C.-Y., & Roseman, S. (1991) Biochemistry 30, 10043]. Those signals that exhibited shifts corresponded to residues within four segments (1) Leu-87-Gly-100, (2) Val-36-Val-46, (3) His-75-Ser-78, and (4) Ala-131-Val-138. These four segments are in close proximity to the active site residues His-75 and His-90 in the unphosphorylated protein [Worthylake, D., Meadow, N. D., Roseman, S., Liao, D., Hertzberg, O., & Remington, S.J. (1991) Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 88, 10382], and the chemical shift data provide strong evidence that if any structural changes accompany phosphorylation, they are confined to residues in these four segments. This conclusion is confirmed by comparing NOEs observed in 3D 15N/13C NOESY-HMQC spectra of the two forms of the protein. No NOE differences are seen for residues having the same chemical shifts in IIIGlc and P-IIIGlc. Furthermore, with the exception of residues Ala-76, Asp-94, and Val-96, the NOEs of residues (in the four segments) which exhibited chemical shift differences also had the same NOEs in IIIGlc and P-IIIGlc. In the case of residues Ala-76, Asp-94, and Val-96, minor differences in NOEs, corresponding to interproton distances changes of less than 1.5 A, were observed.(ABSTRACT TRUNCATED AT 400 WORDS)

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