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Default Thermal stability studies of a globular protein in aqueous poly(ethylene glycol) by (

Thermal stability studies of a globular protein in aqueous poly(ethylene glycol) by (1)H NMR.

Related Articles Thermal stability studies of a globular protein in aqueous poly(ethylene glycol) by (1)H NMR.

Biotechnol Bioeng. 1996 Aug 20;51(4):410-21

Authors: Hancock TJ, Hsu JT

The reversible folding destabilization of hen lysozyme has been confirmed by a melting temperature (T(m)) decrease in aqueous poly(ethylene glycol) (PEG). The percent denatured, extracted from the histidine 15 C2H (H15 C2H) native and denatured peak areas from 500-MHz one-dimensional proton nuclear magnetic resonance (1D (1)H NMR) spectra in D(2)O, was analyzed through denaturation temperatures at 0% and 20% (w/w) PEG 1000. The lysozyme (3.5 mM) T(m) decreased by 4.2 degrees C and 7.1 degrees C in 20% (w/w) PEG 1000 at pH 3.8 and 3.0, respectively. The T(m) decreased with increasing lysozyme concentration. Additionally, the temperature-induced resonance migrations of 17 protons from 8 residues indicate that the native lysozyme structure undergoes temperature-induced conformational changes. The changes were essentially identical in both 0% and 20% (w/w) PEG 1000 at both pH 3.0 and 3.8. This small, local restructuring of the hydrophobic box region may be a manifestation of temperature-dependent solution hydrophobicity, whereas active-site cleft fluctuations may be due to the inherent active-site flexibility. The lysozyme structure in PEG at 35 degrees C was determined to be essentially native from the (1)H nuclear Overhauser effect spectroscopy (NOESY) fingerprint regions. Additionally, lysozyme chemical shifts, from 1D spectra, in PEG 200, 300, and 1000 at 35 degrees C and various concentrations were essentially identical, further confirming that the conformation remains native in various PEG solutions. (c) 1996 John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

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