The acyl-coenzyme A-binding proteins (ACBPs) contain 26 highly conserved sequence positions. The majority of these have been mutated in the bovine protein, and their influence on the rate of two-state folding and unfolding has been measured. The results identify eight sequence positions, out of 24 probed, that are critical for fast productive folding. The residues are all hydrophobic and located in the interface between the N- and C-terminal helices. The results suggest that one specific site dominated by conserved hydrophobic residues forms the structure of the productive rate-determining folding step and that a sequential framework model can describe the protein folding reaction. Study holds ProTherm entries: 6983, 6984, 6985, 6986, 6987, 6988, 6989, 6990, 6991, 6992, 6993, 6994, 6995, 6996, 6997, 6998, 6999, 7000, 7001, 7002, 7003, 7004, 7005, 7006, 7007, 7008, 7009, 7010, 7011, 7012, 7013 Extra Details: two-state folding; hydrophobic; rate-determining folding step;,sequential framework model; protein folding
Submitter: Connie Wang
Submission Date: April 24, 2018, 8:32 p.m.
|Number of data points||92|
|Proteins||Acyl-CoA-binding protein ; Acyl-CoA-binding protein|
|Assays/Quantities/Protocols||Experimental Assay: m ; Experimental Assay: dG_H2O ; Derived Quantity: ddG_H2O|
|Libraries||Mutations for sequence SQAEFDKAAEEVKHLKTKPADEEMLFIYSHYKQATVGDINTERPGMLDFKGKAKWDAWNELKGTSKEDAMKAYIDKVEELKKKYGI|