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Default Two-dimensional 1H NMR study of recombinant insect defensin A in water: resonance ass

Two-dimensional 1H NMR study of recombinant insect defensin A in water: resonance assignments, secondary structure and global folding.

Related Articles Two-dimensional 1H NMR study of recombinant insect defensin A in water: resonance assignments, secondary structure and global folding.

J Biomol NMR. 1992 May;2(3):235-56

Authors: Bonmatin JM, Bonnat JL, Gallet X, Vovelle F, Ptak M, Reichhart JM, Hoffmann JA, Keppi E, Legrain M, Achstetter T

A 500 MHz 2D 1H NMR study of recombinant insect defensin A is reported. This defense protein of 40 residues contains 3 disulfide bridges, is positively charged and exhibits antibacterial properties. 2D NMR maps of recombinant defensin A were fully assigned and secondary structure elements were localized. The set of NOE connectivities, 3JNH-alpha H coupling constants as well as 1H/2H exchange rates and delta delta/delta T temperature coefficients of NH protons strongly support the existence of an alpha-helix (residues 14-24) and of an antiparallel beta-sheet (residues 27-40). Models of the backbone folding were generated by using the DISMAN program and energy refined by using the AMBER program. This was done on the basis of: (i) 133 selected NOEs, (ii) 21 dihedral restraints from 3JNH-alpha H coupling constants, (iii) 12 hydrogen bonds mostly deduced from 1H/2H exchange rates or temperature coefficients, in addition to 9 initial disulfide bridge covalent constraints. The two secondary structure elements and the two bends connecting them involve approximately 70% of the total number of residues, which impose some stability in the C-terminal part of the molecule. The remaining N-terminal fragment forms a less well defined loop. This spatial organization, in which a beta-sheet is linked to an alpha-helix by two disulfide bridges and to a large loop by a third disulfide bridge, is rather similar to that found in scorpion charybdotoxin and seems to be partly present in several invertebrate toxins.

PMID: 1392568 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]



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