Role of interfacial water molecules in proline-rich ligand recognition by the Src homology 3 domain of Abl.Palencia, A., Camara-Artigas, A., Pisabarro, M.T., Martinez, J.C., Luque, I.
(2010) J Biol Chem 285: 2823-2833
- PubMed: 19906645
- DOI: 10.1074/jbc.M109.048033
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- Crystallization by capillary counter-diffusion and structure determination of the N114A mutant of the SH3 domain of Abl tyrosine kinase complexed with a high-affinity peptide ligand
Camara-Artigas, A., Palencia, A., Martinez, J.C., Luque, I., Gavira, J.A., Garcia-Ruiz, J.M.
(2007) Acta Crystallogr D Biol Crystallogr 63: 646
The interaction of Abl-Src homology 3 domain (SH3) with the high affinity peptide p41 is the most notable example of the inconsistency existing between the currently accepted description of SH3 complexes and their binding thermodynamic signature. We ...
The interaction of Abl-Src homology 3 domain (SH3) with the high affinity peptide p41 is the most notable example of the inconsistency existing between the currently accepted description of SH3 complexes and their binding thermodynamic signature. We had previously hypothesized that the presence of interfacial water molecules is partially responsible for this thermodynamic behavior. We present here a thermodynamic, structural, and molecular dynamics simulation study of the interaction of p41 with Abl-SH3 and a set of mutants designed to alter the water-mediated interaction network. Our results provide a detailed description of the dynamic properties of the interfacial water molecules and a molecular interpretation of the thermodynamic effects elicited by the mutations in terms of the modulation of the water-mediated hydrogen bond network. In the light of these results, a new dual binding mechanism is proposed that provides a better description of proline-rich ligand recognition by Abl-SH3 and that has important implications for rational design.
Department of Physical Chemistry and Institute of Biotechnology, Faculty of Sciences, University of Granada, 18071 Granada, Spain.