Lipase activation by nonionic detergents. The crystal structure of the porcine lipase-colipase-tetraethylene glycol monooctyl ether complex.Hermoso, J., Pignol, D., Kerfelec, B., Crenon, I., Chapus, C., Fontecilla-Camps, J.C.
(1996) J Biol Chem 271: 18007-18016
- PubMed: 8663362
- DOI: 10.1074/jbc.271.30.18007
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- Interfacial Activation of the Lipase-Procolipase Complex by Mixed Micelles Revealed by X-Ray Crystallography
Van Tilbeurgh, H., Egloff, M.P., Martinez, C., Rugani, N., Verger, R., Cambillau, C.
(1993) Nature 362: 814
- Structure of the Pancreatic Lipase-Procolipase Complex
Van Tilbeurgh, H., Sarda, L., Verger, R., Cambillau, C.
(1992) Nature 359: 159
The crystal structure of the ternary porcine lipase-colipase-tetra ethylene glycol monooctyl ether (TGME) complex has been determined at 2.8 A resolution. The crystals belong to the cubic space group F23 with a = 289.1 A and display a strong pseudo-symmetry corresponding to a P23 lattice ...
The crystal structure of the ternary porcine lipase-colipase-tetra ethylene glycol monooctyl ether (TGME) complex has been determined at 2.8 A resolution. The crystals belong to the cubic space group F23 with a = 289.1 A and display a strong pseudo-symmetry corresponding to a P23 lattice. Unexpectedly, the crystalline two-domain lipase is found in its open configuration. This indicates that in the presence of colipase, pure micelles of the nonionic detergent TGME are able to activate the enzyme; a process that includes the movement of an N-terminal domain loop (the flap). The effects of TGME and colipase have been confirmed by chemical modification of the active site serine residue using diisopropyl p-nitrophenylphosphate (E600). In addition, the presence of a TGME molecule tightly bound to the active site pocket shows that TGME acts as a substrate analog, thus possibly explaining the inhibitory effect of this nonionic detergent on emulsified substrate hydrolysis at submicellar concentrations. A comparison of the lipase-colipase interactions between our porcine complex and the human-porcine complex (van Tilbeurgh, H., Egloff, M.-P., Martinez, C., Rugani, N., Verger, R., and Cambillau, C.(1993) Nature 362, 814-820) indicates that except for one salt bridge interaction, they are conserved. Analysis of the superimposed complexes shows a 5.4 degrees rotation on the relative position of the N-terminal domains excepting the flap that moves in a concerted fashion with the C-terminal domain. This flexibility may be important for the binding of the complex to the water-lipid interface.
Laboratoire de Cristallographie et de Cristallogénèse des Protéines, Institut de Biologie Structurale Jean-Pierre Ebel, CEA-CNRS, Grenoble, France.