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Bulletin of the Korean Chemical Society (BKCS)

ISSN 0253-2964(Print)
ISSN 1229-5949(Online)
Volume 33, Number 10
BKCSDE 33(10)
October 20, 2012 

 
Title
1H, 15N and 13C Backbone Assignments and Secondary Structures of C-ter100 Domain of Vibrio Extracellular Metalloprotease Derived from Vibrio vulnificus
Author
Ji-Hye Yun, Heeyoun Kim, Jung Eun Park, Hae-kap Cheong, Chaejoon Cheong, Jung Sup Lee*, Weontae Lee*
Keywords
Vibrio extracellular metalloprotease (vEP), Secondary structure, NMR, Cloning, Purification
Abstract
Vibrio extracellular metalloprotease (vEP), secreted from Vibrio vulnificus, shows various proteolytic function such as prothrombin activation and fibrinolytic activities. Premature form of vEP has an N-terminal (nPP) and a C-terminal (C-ter100) region. The nPP and C-ter100 regions are autocleaved for the matured metalloprotease activity. It has been proposed that two regions play a key role in regulating enzymatic activity of vEP. Especially, C-ter100 has a regulatory function on proteolytic activity of vEP. C-ter100 domain has been cloned into the E. coli expression vectors, pET32a and pGEX 4T-1 with TEV protease cleavage site and purified using gel-filtration chromatography followed by affinity chromatography. To understand how C-ter100 modulates proteolytic activity of vEP, structural studies were performed by heteronuclar multi-dimensional NMR spectroscopy. Backbone 1H, 15N and 13C resonances were assigned by data from standard triple resonance and HCCH-TOCSY experiments. The secondary structures of vEP C-ter100 were determined by TALOS+ and CSI software based on hydrogen/deuterium exchange. NMR data show that C-ter100 of vEP forms a β-barrel structure consisting of eight β-strands.
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3248 - 3252
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