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Default Structure of segments of a G protein-coupled receptor: CD and NMR analysis of the Sac

Structure of segments of a G protein-coupled receptor: CD and NMR analysis of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae tridecapeptide pheromone receptor.

Related Articles Structure of segments of a G protein-coupled receptor: CD and NMR analysis of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae tridecapeptide pheromone receptor.

Biopolymers. 1998 Nov;46(6):343-57

Authors: Arshava B, Liu SF, Jiang H, Breslav M, Becker JM, Naider F

Peptides representing both loop and the sixth transmembrane regions of the alpha-factor receptor of Saccharomyces cerevisiae were synthesized by solid-phase procedures and purified to near homogeneity. CD, nmr, and modeling analysis indicated that in aqueous media the first extracellular loop peptide E1(107-125), the third intracellular loop peptide I3(231-243), and the carboxyl terminus peptide I4(350-372) were mostly disordered. In contrast, the second extracellular loop peptide E2(191-206) assumed a well-defined structure in aqueous medium and the sixth transmembrane domain peptide receptor M6(252-269, C252A) was highly helical in trifluoroethanol/water (4:1), exhibiting a kink at Pro258. A synthetic peptide containing a sequence similar to that of the sixth transmembrane domain of a constitutively active alpha-factor receptor M6(252-269, C252A, P258L) in which Leu replaces Pro258 exhibited significantly different biophysical properties than the wild-type sequence. In particular, this peptide had very low solubility and gave CD resembling that of a beta-sheet structure in hexafluoroacetone/water (1:1) whereas the wild-type peptide was partially helical under identical conditions. These results would be consistent with the hypothesis that the constitutive activity of the mutant receptor is linked to a conformational change in the sixth transmembrane domain. The study of the receptor segments also indicate that peptides corresponding to loops of the alpha-factor receptor do not appear to assume turn structures.

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