Structure of a novel c7-type three-heme cytochrome domain from a multidomain cytochrome c polymer.Pokkuluri, P.R., Londer, Y.Y., Duke, N.E.C., Erickson, J., Pessanha, M., Salgueiro, C.A., Schiffer, M.
(2004) Protein Sci. 13: 1684-1692
- PubMed: 15133162
- DOI: 10.1110/ps.04626204
- Also Cited By: 3OUQ, 3OUE
- PubMed Abstract:
- Family of cytochrome c7-type proteins from Geobacter sulfurreducens: structure of one cytochrome c7 at 1.45 A resolution
Pokkuluri, P.R.,Londer, Y.Y.,Duke, N.E.C.,Long, W.C.,Schiffer, M.
(2004) Biochemistry 43: 849
The structure of a novel c(7)-type cytochrome domain that has two bishistidine coordinated hemes and one heme with histidine, methionine coordination (where the sixth ligand is a methionine residue) was determined at 1.7 A resolution. This domain is ...
The structure of a novel c(7)-type cytochrome domain that has two bishistidine coordinated hemes and one heme with histidine, methionine coordination (where the sixth ligand is a methionine residue) was determined at 1.7 A resolution. This domain is a representative of domains that form three polymers encoded by the Geobacter sulfurreducens genome. Two of these polymers consist of four and one protein of nine c(7)-type domains with a total of 12 and 27 hemes, respectively. Four individual domains (termed A, B, C, and D) from one such multiheme cytochrome c (ORF03300) were cloned and expressed in Escherichia coli. The domain C produced diffraction quality crystals from 2.4 M sodium malonate (pH 7). The structure was solved by MAD method and refined to an R-factor of 19.5% and R-free of 21.8%. Unlike the two c(7) molecules with known structures, one from G. sulfurreducens (PpcA) and one from Desulfuromonas acetoxidans where all three hemes are bishistidine coordinated, this domain contains a heme which is coordinated by a methionine and a histidine residue. As a result, the corresponding heme could have a higher potential than the other two hemes. The apparent midpoint reduction potential, E(app), of domain C is -105 mV, 50 mV higher than that of PpcA.
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