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Peptidoglycan-associated outer membrane protein Mep45 of rumen anaerobe Selenomonas ruminantium forms a non-specific diffusion pore via its C-terminal transmembrane domain. The major outer membrane protein Mep45 of Selenomonas ruminantium, an anaerobic Gram-negative bacterium, comprises two distinct domains: Here, we solubilized and purified Mep45 and characterized its function using proteoliposomes reconstituted with Mep We found that Mep45 forms a nonspecific diffusion channel via its C-terminal region.
The channel was permeable to solutes smaller than a molecular weight of roughlyand the estimated pore radius was 0. Truncation of the SLH domain did not affect the channel property. On the basis of the fact that Mep45 is the most abundant outer membrane protein in S. C-terminal domains of bacterial proteases: C-terminal domains widely exist in the C-terminal region of multidomain proteases.
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In this review, the diversity, structural characteristics and biological function of C-terminal protease domains are described. Furthermore, the application prospects of C-terminal domainsincluding polycystic kidney disease, prepeptidase C-terminal and collagen-binding domainin the area of medicine and biological artificial materials are also discussed. Dipoole C-terminal Eps15 homology EH domain 3 EHD3 belongs to a eukaryotic family of endocytic regulatory proteins and is involved in the recycling of various receptors from the early endosome to the endocytic recycling compartment or in retrograde transport from the dipoe to the Golgi.
The differences observed between this domain and proteins with N-terminal EH domains helped describe a mechanism for the differential binding of NPF-containing proteins.
A comparison of these structures will help determine the selectivity in protein binding between the EHD family members and lead to a better understanding of their unique roles in endocytic regulation. Functional interaction between the Dc and C-terminal domains of murine leukemia virus surface envelope protein. A series of murine leukemia terimnale MuLVs with chimeric envelope proteins Env was generated to map functional interactions between the N- and the C-terminal domains of surface proteins SU.
All these chimeras have the A amphotropic receptor-binding region flanked by various lengths of Moloney ecotropic N- and C-terminal Env.
Sequencing the viable chimeric Env virus populations identified residues within the SU protein that improved the replication kinetics of the input chimeric Env viruses. Altogether, these observations provide insights into the structural elements required for Env function. Trimeric autotransporter adhesins TAAs on the cell surface of Gram-negative pathogens mediate bacterial adhesion to host cells and extracellular matrix proteins.
It consists of a passenger domain secreted by the C-terminal transmembrane anchor domain TMterminape the passenger domain contains an N-terminal head, N-terminal stalk, C-terminal head Cheadand C-terminal stalk Cstalk. Some of the major domains of the CPSD fragment are inherently flexible and provide bending sites for the fiber between segments whose toughness is ensured by topological chain exchange and hydrophobic core formation inside the trimer.
Thus, although adherence assays using in-frame deletion mutants revealed that the characteristic adhesive sites of AtaA reside in its N-terminal part, the flexibility and toughness of the CPSD part provide the resilience that enables the adhesive properties of the full-length fiber across a wide range terjinale conditions. Directory of Open Access Journals Sweden.
Topos carry out an ATP-dependent strand passage reaction whereby one double helix is passed through a transient break in another.
Humans have two topoII isoforms, alpha and beta, which while enzymatically similar diplle differentially expressed and regulated, and are thought to have different cellular roles. The C-terminal domain CTD of the enzyme has the most diversity, and has been implicated in regulation.
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We sought to investigate the impact of the CTD domain on activity. We then investigated function in vivo in a yeast system, and in vitro in activity assays.
We find that the C-terminal domain of human topoII isoforms is needed for in vivo function of the enzyme, terminal not needed for cleavage activity. C-terminally truncated enzymes had similar strand passage activity to full length enzymes, but the presence of the opposite C-terminal domain had a large effect, with the topoIIalpha-CTD termianle activity, and the topoIIbeta-CTD decreasing activity.
In vivo complementation data show that the topoIIalpha C-terminal domain is needed for growth, but the topoIIbeta isoform is able to support low levels of growth without a C-terminal domain. This may indicate that teerminale has an additional localisation signal. In vitro data suggest that, while the lack of any C-terminal domain has little effect on activity, the presence of either the topoIIalpha or beta C-terminal domain can affect strand passage activity.
This is the first report of in vitro data with chimeric human topoIIs. Full Text Available Abstract Background Bloom syndrome is a rare cancer-prone disorder in which the cells of affected persons have a high frequency of somatic mutation and genomic instability.
Bloom syndrome cells have a distinctive high frequency of sister chromatid exchange and quadriradial formation. Results This report demonstrates that the N-terminal domain of BLM is responsible for localization of the protein to the nuclear bodies, while the C-terminal domain directs the protein to the nucleolus.
Deletions of the N-terminal domain of BLM have little effect on sister chromatid exchange frequency and chromosome stability as compared to helicase and C-terminal mutations which can increase SCE frequency and yerminale abnormalities.
Conclusion The helicase activity and the C-terminal domain of BLM are critical for maintaining genomic stability as measured by the sister chromatid exchange assay.
The localization of BLM into the nucleolus by the C-terminal domain appears to be more important to genomic stability than localization in the nuclear bodies. Properties of catalase-peroxidase lacking its C-terminal domain. Catalase-peroxidases have a two- domain structure. The N-terminal domain contains the bifunctional active site, but the function of the C-terminal domain is unknown.
We produced catalase-peroxidase containing only its N-terminal domain KatG Nterm. Removal of the C-terminal domain did not result in unexpected changes in secondary structure as evaluated by CD, but KatG Nterm had neither catalase nor peroxidase activity. Partial recovery of both activities was achieved by incubating KatG Nterm with the separately expressed and isolated KatG C-terminal domain.
Spectroscopic measurements revealed a shift in heme environment from a mixture of high-spin species wtKatG to exclusively hexacoordinate, low-spin KatG Nterm. EPR spectra for KatG Nterm and the results of site-specific substitution of active site histidines suggested that the distal histidine was the sixth ligand. Thus, one important role for the C-terminal domain may be to support the architecture of the active site, preventing heme ligation by this catalytically essential residue.
Structure discrimination for the C-terminal domain of Escherichia coli trigger factor in solution. NMR measurements can give important information on solution structure, without the necessity for a full-scale solution structure determination. The C-terminal protein binding domain of the ribosome-associated chaperone protein trigger factor is composed of non-contiguous parts of the polypeptide chain, with an interpolated prolyl isomerase domain.
A construct of the C-terminal domain of Escherichia coli trigger factor containing residues andjoined by a Gly-Ser-Gly-Ser linker, is well folded and gives excellent NMR spectra in solution. We have used NMR measurements on this construct, and on a longer construct that includes the prolyl isomerase domainto distinguish between two possible structures for the C-terminal domain of trigger factor, and to assess the behavior of the trigger factor C-terminal domain in solution.
Two X-ray crystal structures, of intact trigger factor from E. We diploe using NMR chemical shifts and long range nuclear Overhauser effects that the secondary and tertiary structure of the E. Given the similarity of the amino acid sequences of the E.
Analysis of residual dipolar coupling measurements shows that the overall topology of the solution structure is completely inconsistent with both structures. Mutations cipole p53, although frequent in human cancers, have not been implicated in telomere-related cipole.
Here, we show that homozygous mutant mice expressing p53 Delta31a p53 lacking the C-terminal domainexhibit increased p53 activity and suffer dipoke aplastic anemia and pulmonary fibrosis. Co-expression of the C-terminal domain of Yersinia enterocolitica Co-expression of the C-terminal domain of Yersinia enterocolitica invasin enhances the efficacy of classical swine-fever-vectored vaccine based on human adenovirus.
Pyroptosis is an inflammatory form of programmed cell death that plays important roles in immune protection against cipole and in inflammatory disorders. GSDMD N-terminal domain assembles membrane pores to induce cytolysis, whereas its C-terminal domain inhibits cell death through intramolecular association with the N domain. Our results suggest that GSDMDs may employ a distinct mode of intramolecular domain interaction and autoinhibition, which may be relevant to its unique role in pyroptosis downstream of dippole activation.
Discovery of new molecular teerminale able to strongly interfere with Hsp90 C-terminal domain. Heat shock protein 90 Hsp90 is an ATP dependent molecular chaperone deeply involved in the complex network of cellular signaling governing some key functions, such as cell proliferation and survival, invasion and angiogenesis. Over the past years the N-terminal protein domain has been fully investigated as attractive strategy against cancer, but despite the many efforts lavished in the field, none of the N-terminal binders termed “classical inhibitors”currently in clinical trials, have yet successfully reached the market, because of the detrimental heat shock response HSR that showed to induce; thus, recently, the selective inhibition of Hsp90 C-terminal domain has powerfully emerged as a more promising alternative w for anti-cancer therapy, not eliciting this cell rescue cascade.
However, the structural complexity of the target protein and, mostly, the lack of a co-crystal structure of C-terminal domain -ligand, essential to drive the identification of new hits, represent the largest hurdles in the development of new selective C-terminal inhibitors. Continuing our investigations on the identification of new anticancer drug candidates, by using an orthogonal screening approach, here we describe two new potent C-terminal inhibitors able to induce cancer cell death and a considerable down-regulation of Hsp90 client oncoproteins, without termiinale the undesired heat shock response.
Plant viruses exploit the host machinery for targeting the viral genome—movement protein complex to plasmodesmata PD. NSm formed punctuate structures that colocalized with mCherry: Mutations in the conserved hydrophobic region of NSm residues — did not abolish the formation of vesicles. Additionally, the conserved prolines at positions and were found to be essential for targeting the vesicles to the cell membrane.
Further, systematic deletion of amino acid residues from Tedminale and C-terminus demonstrated that N-terminal amino acids are dispensable for the vesicle formation. On the other hand, the C-terminal coiled coil domain when expressed alone could also form vesicles. Interestingly, NSm interacts with NP in vitro and coexpression of these two proteins in planta resulted in the relocalization of NP to PD and this relocalization was abolished when the N-terminal unfolded region of NSm was deleted.
Structure of the Reston ebolavirus VP30 C-terminal domain. The ebolaviruses can cause severe hemorrhagic rd. Essential to the ebolavirus life cycle is the protein VP30, which serves as a transcriptional cofactor. Reston VP30 and Ebola VP30 both form homodimers, but the dimeric interfaces are rotated relative to each other, suggesting subtle inherent differences or flexibility in the dimeric interface. The structure of the C-terminal domain of the mechanosensitive channel of large conductance MscL has generated significant controversy.
As dipolw result, several structures have been proposed for this region: To understand which of these structures represents a physiological conformation, we measured the The crystal structure of the dimethyllysine derivative of the E. Here, the crystal structure of E.
Crystals were obtained after reductive methylation of the recombinantly expressed domain. The crystals belonged to space group P2 1 and possessed both pseudo-translational symmetry and pseudo-merohedral twinning.
An extensive dimerization interface formed primarily by N- and C-terminal residues is also observed. Solution structure of the C-terminal X domain of the measles virus phosphoprotein and interaction with the intrinsically disordered C-terminal domain of the nucleoprotein.
In this report, the solution structure of the nucleocapsid-binding domain of the measles virus phosphoprotein XD, aa is described. A dynamic description of the interaction between XD and the disordered C-terminal domain of the nucleocapsid protein, N TAILaais also presented.
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XD is an all alpha protein consisting of a three-helix bundle with an up-down-up arrangement of the helices. The solution structure of XD is very similar to the crystal structures of both the free and bound form of XD. One exception is the presence of a highly dynamic loop encompassing XD residueswhich is involved in the embedding of the alpha-helical XD-binding region of N TAIL.
Secondary chemical shift values for full-length N TAIL were used to define the precise boundaries of a transient helical segment that coincides with the XD-binding domainthus shedding light on the pre-recognition state of N TAIL.
The N TAIL resonance behavior in the titration experiments is consistent with a complex binding model with more than two states. Full Text Available MAP7 domain containing protein 3 MAP7D3, a newly identified microtubule associated protein, has been shown to promote microtubule assembly and stability.