Submillisecond events in protein folding.


Abstract

The pathway of protein folding is now being analyzed at the resolution of individual residues by kinetic measurements on suitably engineered mutants. The kinetic methods generally employed for studying folding are typically limited to the time range of > or = 1 ms because the folding of denatured proteins is usually initiated by mixing them with buffers that favor folding, and the dead time of rapid mixing experiments is about a millisecond. We now show that the study of protein folding may be extended to the microsecond time region by using temperature-jump measurements on the cold-unfolded state of a suitable protein. We are able to detect early events in the folding of mutants of barstar, the polypeptide inhibitor of barnase. A preliminary characterization of the fast phase from spectroscopic and phi-value analysis indicates that it is a transition between two relatively solvent-exposed states with little consolidation of structure. Study holds ProTherm entries: 10578, 10579, 10580, 10581, 10582 Extra Details: The pseudo-wild-type barstar C40A/C82A/P27A pathway; protein folding; temperature-jump measurements;,solvent exposed states

Submission Details

ID: jGvj6CHM

Submitter: Connie Wang

Submission Date: April 24, 2018, 8:40 p.m.

Version: 1

Publication Details
Nölting B;Golbik R;Fersht AR,Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. (1995) Submillisecond events in protein folding. PMID:7479862
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
1BTA 1994-07-31 THREE-DIMENSIONAL SOLUTION STRUCTURE AND 13C ASSIGNMENTS OF BARSTAR USING NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY
1AB7 1997-09-04 NMR 15N RELAXATION AND STRUCTURAL STUDIES REVEAL CONFORMATIONAL EXCHANGE IN BARSTAR C40/82A, 30 STRUCTURES
1BTB 1994-07-31 THREE-DIMENSIONAL SOLUTION STRUCTURE AND 13C ASSIGNMENTS OF BARSTAR USING NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY
1L1K 2002-12-04 NMR Identification and Characterization of the Flexible Regions in the 160 KD Molten Globule-like Aggregate of Barstar at Low pH
2ZA4 2008-05-20 1.58 Crystal Structural Analysis of Barnase-barstar Complex
1AY7 1999-03-02 1.7 RIBONUCLEASE SA COMPLEX WITH BARSTAR
1B2S 1998-12-08 1.82 STRUCTURAL RESPONSE TO MUTATION AT A PROTEIN-PROTEIN INTERFACE
1X1Y 2005-04-26 1.9 Water-mediate interaction at aprotein-protein interface
1BRS 1994-06-22 2.0 PROTEIN-PROTEIN RECOGNITION: CRYSTAL STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF A BARNASE-BARSTAR COMPLEX AT 2.0-A RESOLUTION
2HXX 2006-08-22 2.0 Aminotryptophan Barstar
1B27 1998-12-09 2.1 STRUCTURAL RESPONSE TO MUTATION AT A PROTEIN-PROTEIN INTERFACE
1X1W 2005-04-26 2.1 Water-mediate interaction at aprotein-protein interface
1B2U 1998-12-09 2.1 STRUCTURAL RESPONSE TO MUTATION AT A PROTEIN-PROTEIN INTERFACE
3DA7 2009-04-14 2.25 A conformationally strained, circular permutant of barnase
1X1U 2005-04-26 2.3 Water-mediate interaction at aprotein-protein interface
1X1X 2005-04-26 2.3 Water-mediate interaction at aprotein-protein interface
1B3S 1998-12-09 2.39 STRUCTURAL RESPONSE TO MUTATION AT A PROTEIN-PROTEIN INTERFACE
1BGS 1994-04-30 2.6 RECOGNITION BETWEEN A BACTERIAL RIBONUCLEASE, BARNASE, AND ITS NATURAL INHIBITOR, BARSTAR
1A19 1998-04-08 2.76 BARSTAR (FREE), C82A MUTANT

Relevant UniProtKB Entries

Percent Identity Matching Chains Protein Accession Entry Name
100.0 Barstar P11540 BARS_BACAM