Conformational stability of pig citrate synthase and some active-site mutants.


Abstract

The conformational stabilities of native pig citrate synthase (PCS), a recombinant wild-type PCS, and six active-site mutant pig citrate synthases were studied in thermal denaturation experiments by circular dichroism and in urea denaturation experiments by using DTNB to measure the appearance of latent SH groups. His274 and Asp375 are conserved active-site residues in pig citrate synthase that bind to substrates and are implicated in the catalytic mechanism of the enzyme. By site-directed mutagenesis, His274 was replaced with Gly and Arg, while Asp375 was replaced with Gly, Asn, Glu, or Gln. These modifications were previously shown to result in 10(3)-10(4)-fold reductions in enzyme specific activities. The thermal unfolding of pig citrate synthase and the six mutants in the presence and absence of substrates showed large differences in the thermal stabilities of mutant proteins compared to the wild-type pig citrate synthase. The functions of His274 and Asp375 in ligand binding were measured by oxalacetate protection against urea denaturation. These data indicate that active-site mutations that decrease the specific activity of pig citrate synthase also cause an increase in the conformational stability of the protein. These results suggest that specific electrostatic interactions in the active site of citrate synthase are important in the catalytic mechanism in the chemical transformations as well as the conformational flexibility of the protein, both of which are important for the overall catalytic efficiency of the enzyme. Study holds ProTherm entries: 332, 333, 334, 335, 336, 337, 338 Extra Details:

Submission Details

ID: FA7e7ktr3

Submitter: Connie Wang

Submission Date: April 24, 2018, 8:15 p.m.

Version: 1

Publication Details
Zhi W;Srere PA;Evans CT,Biochemistry (1991) Conformational stability of pig citrate synthase and some active-site mutants. PMID:1892835
Additional Information

Structure view and single mutant data analysis

Study data

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Data Distribution

Studies with similar sequences (approximate matches)

Correlation with other assays (exact sequence matches)


Relevant PDB Entries

Structure ID Release Date Resolution Structure Title
5UQS 2018-02-14 1.6 Crystal structure of Citrate synthase from Sus scrofa
1CSH 1994-04-30 1.65 A very short hydrogen bond provides only moderate stabilization of an enzyme: inhibitor complex of citrate synthase
1CSI 1994-04-30 1.7 A very short hydrogen bond provides only moderate stabilization of an enzyme: inhibitor complex of citrate synthase
1CSC 1991-04-15 1.7 Structure of ternary complexes of citrate synthase with D-and L-malate: Mechanistic implications
2CSC 1991-04-15 1.7 Structure of ternary complexes of CITRATE SYNTHASE WITH D-AND L-MALATE: mechanistic implications
1CSR 1995-10-15 1.7 Alpha-fluoro acid and alpha-fluoro amide analogs of acetyl-coa as inhibitors of of citrate synthase: effect of pka matching on binding affinity and hydrogen bond length
1CSS 1995-10-15 1.7 ALPHA-FLUORO ACID AND ALPHA-FLUORO AMIDE ANALOGS OF ACETYL-COA AS INHIBITORS OF OF CITRATE SYNTHASE: EFFECT OF PKA MATCHING ON BINDING AFFINITY AND HYDROGEN BOND LENGTH
3ENJ 2009-02-03 1.78 Structure of Pig Heart Citrate Synthase at 1.78 A resolution
1AMZ 1997-12-24 1.8 CHICKEN CITRATE SYNTHASE COMPLEX WITH NITROMETHYLDE-COA AND MALATE
1AL6 1997-12-24 1.85 CHICKEN CITRATE SYNTHASE COMPLEX WITH N-HYDROXYAMIDO-COA AND OXALOACETATE
5CTS 1990-10-15 1.9 PROPOSED MECHANISM FOR THE CONDENSATION REACTION OF CITRATE SYNTHASE. 1.9-ANGSTROMS STRUCTURE OF THE TERNARY COMPLEX WITH OXALOACETATE AND CARBOXYMETHYL COENZYME A
3CSC 1991-04-15 1.9 STRUCTURE OF TERNARY COMPLEXES OF CITRATE SYNTHASE WITH D-AND L-MALATE: MECHANISTIC IMPLICATIONS
4CSC 1991-04-15 1.9 STRUCTURE OF TERNARY COMPLEXES OF CITRATE SYNTHASE WITH D-AND L-MALATE: MECHANISTIC IMPLICATIONS
2CTS 1984-07-20 2.0 CRYSTALLOGRAPHIC REFINEMENT AND ATOMIC MODELS OF TWO DIFFERENT FORMS OF CITRATE SYNTHASE AT 2.7 AND 1.7 ANGSTROMS RESOLUTION
5UZQ 2018-03-07 2.16 Crystal structure of citrate synthase from homo sapiens
6CSC 1997-12-24 2.25 CHICKEN CITRATE SYNTHASE COMPLEX WITH TRIFLUOROACETONYL-COA AND CITRATE
5UZP 2018-03-07 2.29 Crystal structure of citrate synthase mutant A348G from homo sapiens
5UZR 2018-03-07 2.3 Crystal structure of citrate synthase from homo sapiens
6CTS 1990-10-15 2.5 PROPOSED MECHANISM FOR THE CONDENSATION REACTION OF CITRATE SYNTHASE. 1.9-ANGSTROMS STRUCTURE OF THE TERNARY COMPLEX WITH OXALOACETATE AND CARBOXYMETHYL COENZYME A
1CTS 1984-07-20 2.7 CRYSTALLOGRAPHIC REFINEMENT AND ATOMIC MODELS OF TWO DIFFERENT FORMS OF CITRATE SYNTHASE AT 2.7 AND 1.7 ANGSTROMS RESOLUTION
3NZI 2011-02-23 2.75 Substrate induced remodeling of the active site regulates HtrA1 activity
5CSC 1991-04-15 2.8 STRUCTURE OF AN OPEN FORM OF CHICKEN HEART CITRATE SYNTHASE AT 2.8 ANGSTROMS RESOLUTION
4CTS 1984-07-20 2.9 CRYSTAL STRUCTURE ANALYSIS AND MOLECULAR MODEL OF A COMPLEX OF CITRATE SYNTHASE WITH OXALOACETATE AND S-ACETONYL-COENZYME A

Relevant UniProtKB Entries

Percent Identity Matching Chains Protein Accession Entry Name
97.2 Citrate synthase, mitochondrial Q0QEL7 CISY_MESAU
91.9 Citrate synthase, mitochondrial P23007 CISY_CHICK
95.9 Citrate synthase, mitochondrial Q8VHF5 CISY_RAT
96.3 Citrate synthase, mitochondrial O75390 CISY_HUMAN
96.1 Citrate synthase, mitochondrial Q9CZU6 CISY_MOUSE
96.8 Citrate synthase, mitochondrial P0C1Z2 CISY_MACFA
96.6 Citrate synthase, mitochondrial Q29RK1 CISY_BOVIN
100.0 Citrate synthase, mitochondrial P00889 CISY_PIG
90.4 Citrate synthase, mitochondrial Q6S9V6 CISY_XIPGL
90.2 Citrate synthase, mitochondrial Q6S9V8 CISY_THUOB
90.2 Citrate synthase, mitochondrial Q6S9V9 CISY_THUAL
90.2 Citrate synthase, mitochondrial Q6S9V7 CISY_KATPE
90.8 Citrate synthase, mitochondrial Q7ZWZ5 CISY_XENLA
91.8 Citrate synthase, mitochondrial Q28DK1 CISY_XENTR