The link module from ovulation- and inflammation-associated protein TSG-6 changes conformation on hyaluronan binding.Blundell, C.D., Mahoney, D.J., Almond, A., DeAngelis, P.L., Kahmann, J.D., Teriete, P., Pickford, A.R., Campbell, I.D., Day, A.J.
(2003) J. Biol. Chem. 278: 49261-49270
- PubMed: 12972412
- DOI: 10.1074/jbc.M309623200
- Primary Citation of Related Structures:  1O7B
- PubMed Abstract:
- Localization and Characterization of the Hyaluronan-Binding Site on the Link Module from Human Tsg-6
Kahmann, J.D.,O'Brien, R.,Werner, J.M.,Heinegard, D.,Ladbury, J.E.,Campbell, I.D.,Day, A.J.
(2000) Structure 8: 763
- Mapping the Hyaluronan-Binding Site on the Link Module from Human Tumor Necrosis Factor-Stimulated Gene-6 by Site-Directed Mutagenesis
Mahoney, D.J.,Blundell, C.D.,Day, A.J.
(2001) J.Biol.Chem. 276: 22764
- Novel Methods for the Preparation and Characterization of Hyaluronan Oligosaccharides of Defined Length
Mahoney, D.J.,Aplin, R.T.,Calabro, A.,Hascall, V.C.,Day, A.J.
(2001) Glycobiology 11: 1025
- Overexpression, Purification, and Refolding of Link Module from Human Tsg-6 in Escherichia Coli: Effect of Temperature, Media, and Mutagenesis on Lysine Misincorporation at Arginine Aga Codons
Day, A.J.,Aplin, R.T.,Willis, A.C.
(1996) Protein Expr.Purif. 8: 1
- A Novel Secretory Tumour Necrosis Factor-Inducible Protein (Tsg-6) is a Member of the Family of Hyaluronate Binding Proteins, Closely Related to the Adhesion Receptor Cd44
Lee, T.H.,Wisniewski, H.G.,Vilcek, J.
(1992) J.Cell Biol. 116: 545
- The Link Module from Human Tsg-6 Inhibits Neutrophil Migration in a Hyaluronan- and Inter-Alpha -Inhibitor-Independent Manner
Getting, S.J.,Mahoney, D.J.,Cao, T.,Rugg, M.S.,Fries, E.,Milner, C.M.,Perretti, M.,Day, A.J.
(2002) J.Biol.Chem. 277: 51068
- Hyaluronan Binding Properties of a Cd44 Chimera Containing the Link Module of Tsg-6
Lesley, J.,English, N.M.,Gal, I.,Mikecz, K.,Day, A.J.,Hyman, R.
(2002) J.Biol.Chem. 277: 26600
- Method for Quantitative Refolding of the Link Module from Human Tsg-6
Kahmann, J.D.,Koruth, R.,Day, A.J.
(1997) Protein Expr.Purif. 9: 315
- Solution Structure of the Link Module: A Hyaluronan-Binding Domain Involved in Extracellular Matrix Stability and Cell Migration
Kohda, D.,Morton, C.J.,Parkar, A.A.,Hatanaka, H.,Inagaki, F.M.,Campbell, I.D.,Day, A.J.
(1996) Cell 86: 767
The solution structure of the Link module from human TSG-6, a hyaladherin with important roles in inflammation and ovulation, has been determined in both its free and hyaluronan-bound conformations. This reveals a well defined hyaluronan-binding groo ...
The solution structure of the Link module from human TSG-6, a hyaladherin with important roles in inflammation and ovulation, has been determined in both its free and hyaluronan-bound conformations. This reveals a well defined hyaluronan-binding groove on one face of the Link module that is closed in the absence of ligand. The groove is lined with amino acids that have been implicated in mediating the interaction with hyaluronan, including two tyrosine residues that appear to form essential intermolecular hydrogen bonds and two basic residues capable of supporting ionic interactions. This is the first structure of a non-enzymic hyaladherin in its active state, and identifies a ligand-induced conformational change that is likely to be conserved across the Link module superfamily. NMR and isothermal titration calorimetry experiments with defined oligosaccharides have allowed us to infer the minimum length of hyaluronan that can be accommodated within the binding site and its polarity in the groove; these data have been used to generate a model of the complex formed between the Link module and a hyaluronan octasaccharide.
Department of Biochemistry, University of Oxford, South Parks Road, Oxford, United Kingdom.