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Default Structure and lipid interactions of an anti-inflammatory and anti-atherogenic 10-residue class G(*) apolipoprotein J peptide using solution NMR.

Structure and lipid interactions of an anti-inflammatory and anti-atherogenic 10-residue class G(*) apolipoprotein J peptide using solution NMR.

Structure and lipid interactions of an anti-inflammatory and anti-atherogenic 10-residue class G(*) apolipoprotein J peptide using solution NMR.

Biochim Biophys Acta. 2011 Jan;1808(1):498-507

Authors: Mishra VK, Palgunachari MN, Hudson JS, Shin R, Keenum TD, Krishna NR, Anantharamaiah GM

The surprising observation that a 10-residue class G(?) peptide from apolipoprotein J, [113-122]apoJ, possesses anti-inflammatory and anti-atherogenic properties prompted us to delineate its structural characteristics in the presence of normal and oxidized lipid. Towards this, we have determined high-resolution structure of [113-122]apoJ in solution using nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy and studied its interaction with lipids, including oxidized lipids, using a number of biophysical methods. Circular dichroism and NMR studies established that in the presence of dodecylphosphocholine (DPC) micelle, this peptide adopts amphipathic ?-helical structure. The observed Nuclear Overhauser effects indicate that the amphipathic helical structure of the peptide is stabilized by the N-terminal acetyl and C-terminal amide blocking groups. We used isothermal titration calorimetry to measure binding enthalpy of the peptide with DPC micelle, an oxidized lipid, 1-(palmitoyl)-2-(5-keto-6-octene-dioyl) phosphatidylcholine (KOdiA-PC), and the mixture of these two lipids (5mol% KOdiA-PC in DPC micelle). We find that the peptide binding with DPC micelle is associated with an enthalpy change (-16.75±0.16 Kcal/mol) much larger than that resulting from the binding with KodiA-PC (-3.67±0.13 Kcal/mol). Incorporation of a small amount of KOdiA-PC (5mol%) in DPC micelle also results in the lowering of peptide binding enthalpy (-13.43±0.18 Kcal/mol). These results are consistent with overall negative charge and altered conformational properties of oxidized sn-2 chain of KOdiA-PC. Our results have unambiguously established the amphipathic ?-helical structure of [113-122]apoJ peptide in the presence of DPC micelle as well as its ability to bind oxidized lipid. These in vitro results help explain the previously observed anti-inflammatory and anti-atherosclerotic properties of this peptide.

PMID: 20970404 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]



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