Structure of the putative 32 kDa myrosinase-binding protein from Arabidopsis (At3g16450.1) determined by SAIL-NMR.Takeda, M., Sugimori, N., Torizawa, T., Terauchi, T., Ono, A.M., Yagi, H., Yamaguchi, Y., Kato, K., Ikeya, T., Jee, J., Guntert, P., Aceti, D.J., Markley, J.L., Kainosho, M.
(2008) FEBS J 275: 5873-5884
- PubMed: 19021763
- DOI: 10.1111/j.1742-4658.2008.06717.x
- Structures With Same Primary Citation
- PubMed Abstract:
- 1H, 13C and 15N backbone assignment of a 32 kDa hypothetical protein from Arabidopsis thaliana, At3g16450.1
Sugimori, N., Torizawa, T., Aceti, D.J., Thao, S., Markley, J.L., Kainosho, M.
(2004) J Biomol NMR 30: 357
The product of gene At3g16450.1 from Arabidopsis thaliana is a 32 kDa, 299-residue protein classified as resembling a myrosinase-binding protein (MyroBP). MyroBPs are found in plants as part of a complex with the glucosinolate-degrading enzyme myrosi ...
The product of gene At3g16450.1 from Arabidopsis thaliana is a 32 kDa, 299-residue protein classified as resembling a myrosinase-binding protein (MyroBP). MyroBPs are found in plants as part of a complex with the glucosinolate-degrading enzyme myrosinase, and are suspected to play a role in myrosinase-dependent defense against pathogens. Many MyroBPs and MyroBP-related proteins are composed of repeated homologous sequences with unknown structure. We report here the three-dimensional structure of the At3g16450.1 protein from Arabidopsis, which consists of two tandem repeats. Because the size of the protein is larger than that amenable to high-throughput analysis by uniform (13)C/(15)N labeling methods, we used stereo-array isotope labeling (SAIL) technology to prepare an optimally (2)H/(13)C/(15)N-labeled sample. NMR data sets collected using the SAIL protein enabled us to assign (1)H, (13)C and (15)N chemical shifts to 95.5% of all atoms, even at a low concentration (0.2 mm) of protein product. We collected additional NOESY data and determined the three-dimensional structure using the cyana software package. The structure, the first for a MyroBP family member, revealed that the At3g16450.1 protein consists of two independent but similar lectin-fold domains, each composed of three beta-sheets.
Graduate School of Science, Nagoya University, Japan.