Title: Nucleic Acid Sequence Based Amplification (NASBA) of Chlamydia pneumoniae Major Outer Membrane Protein (ompA) mRNA with Bioluminescent Detection. VOLUME: 3 ISSUE: 4. Author(s):B. K. Coombes and J. B. Mahony. Affiliation:Regional Virology and Chlamydiology Laboratory, St. Josephs Hospital, 50 Charlton Ave. East,Hamilton, Ontario, L8N 4A6, CANADA.. Abstract: Chlamydia pneumoniae has been associated with chronic conditions such as atherosclerosis and coronary heart disease but the precise role of this intracellular bacteria in the pathogenesis of these diseases is not well defined. Several techniques have been developed for detection of C. pneumoniae in atheromatous lesions, however it remains unclear whether persistent forms of the organism and/or actively replicating bacteria contribute to associated pathology. The aim of this study was to utilize nucleic acid sequence based amplification (NASBA) technology together with a highly sensitive aequorin bioluminescent hybridization assay for ...
Journal Article: Small-Molecule Transport by CarO, an Abundant Eight-Stranded beta-Barrel Outer Membrane Protein from Acinetobacter Baumannii ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - A set of two monoclonal antibodies specific for the cell surface-exposed 39K major outer membrane protein of Haemophilus influenzae type b defines all strains of this pathogen. AU - Gulig, P. A.. AU - Frisch, C. F.. AU - Hansen, E. J.. PY - 1983. Y1 - 1983. N2 - Six murine plasma cell hybridomas producing monoclonal antibodies (mabs) directed against the 39,000-molecular-weight (39K) major outer membrane protein of Haemophilus influenzae type b were employed in the antigenic analysis of the 39K protein. The initial characterization of the mabs by radioimmunoprecipitation analysis showed that four of these mabs reacted with antigenic determinants of the 39K protein that are exposed on the bacterial cell surface and accessible to antibody. The other two mabs reacted with antigenic determinants of the 39K protein that are either not exposed on the H. influenzae type b cell surface or not accessible to antibody (internal determinants). A total of 126 clinical isolates of H. ...
Outer membrane proteins are structurally distinct from those that reside in the inner membrane and play important roles in bacterial pathogenicity and human metabolism. X-ray crystallography studies on |40 different outer membrane proteins have revealed that the transmembrane portion of these proteins can be constructed from either beta-sheets or less commonly from alpha-helices. The most common architecture is the beta-barrel, which can be formed from either a single anti-parallel sheet, fused at both ends to form a barrel or from multiple peptide chains. Outer membrane proteins exhibit considerable rigidity and stability, making their study through x-ray crystallography particularly tractable. As the number of structures of outer membrane proteins increases a more rational approach to their crystallization can be made. Herein we analyse the crystallization data from 53 outer membrane proteins and compare the results to those obtained for inner membrane proteins. A targeted sparse matrix screen for
OprF is a major outer membrane protein from Pseudomonas aeruginosa, a homolog of OmpA from Escherichia coli. The N-terminal domains of both proteins have been demonstrated to form low conductance channels in lipid bilayers. Homology models, consisting of an eight-stranded beta-barrel, of the N-terminal domain OprF have been constructed based on the crystal structure of the corresponding domain from E. coli OmpA. OprF homology models have been evaluated via a set (6 x 10 ns) of simulations of the beta-barrel embedded within a solvated dimyristoyl-phosphatidylcholine (DMPC) bilayer. The conformational stability of the models is similar to that of the crystal structure of OmpA in comparable simulations. There is a degree of water penetration into the pore-like center of the OprF barrel. The presence of an acidic/basic (E8/K121) side-chain interaction within the OprF barrel may form a gate able to close/open a central pore. Lipid-protein interactions within the simulations were analyzed and revealed that
A vast number of studies have been completed on the virulence determinants of Yersinia spp.; however, the focus of many of these studies has been on the virulence plasmid and the plasmid-encoded Type three secretion system. Nevertheless, many chromosomal genes whose products are directly involved in virulence have also been identified. Some of these critical virulence determinants are outer membrane proteins. Outer membrane proteins of Gram-negative bacteria often have important physiological roles; however, some have also been found to be important for pathogenesis. In this thesis, we investigated two Yersinia. pestis outer membrane proteins, Ail and OmpA, and their roles in virulence. We provide evidence that Y. pestis Ail is a highly expressed outer membrane protein that is absolutely essential for Y. pestis to resist the killing action of the complement system present in human blood and tissues, as well as the blood and tissues of other mammalian hosts. Furthermore, Ail was important for ...
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The toxR gene of Vibrio cholerae encodes a transmembrane, DNA-binding protein that activates transcription of the cholera toxin operon and a gene (tcpA) for the major subunit of a pilus colonization factor. We constructed site-directed insertion mutations in the toxR gene by a novel method employing the chromosomal integration of a mobilizable suicide plasmid containing a portion of the toxR coding sequence. Mutants containing these new toxR alleles had an altered outer membrane protein profile, suggesting that two major outer membrane proteins (OmpT and OmpU) might be under the control of toxR. Physiological studies indicated that varying the concentration of the amino acids asparagine, arginine, glutamate, and serine caused coordinate changes in the expression of cholera toxin, TcpA, OmpT, and OmpU. Changes in the osmolarity of a tryptone-based medium also produced coordinate changes in the expression of these proteins. Other environmental signals (temperature and pH) had a more pronounced ...
Drugs and certain proteins are transported across the membranes of Gram-negative bacteria by energy-activated pumps. The outer membrane component of these pumps is a channel that opens from a sealed resting state during the transport process. We describe two crystal structures of the Escherichia coli outer membrane protein TolC in its partially open state. Opening is accompanied by the exposure of three shallow intraprotomer grooves in the TolC trimer, where our mutagenesis data identify a contact point with the periplasmic component of a drug efflux pump, AcrA. We suggest that the assembly of multidrug efflux pumps is accompanied by induced fit of TolC driven mainly by accommodation of the periplasmic component.,br/, ...
Cloning and characterization of the major outer membrane protein gene (ompH) of Pasteurella multocida X-73.: The major outer membrane protein (OmpH) of Pasteure
PCR methods.Holland et al. (31) developed a major outer membrane protein (MOMP)-based PCR test that could identify three species of Chlamydia (C. trachomatis, C. pneumoniae, and C. psittaci) using three primer pairs and one restriction enzyme digestion.. Rasmussen et al. (73) described a protocol that amplifies a conserved genus-specific target of the chlamydial MOMP gene followed by restriction enzyme digestion for species identification.. Watson et al. (89) developed a PCR assay based on amplification of the 60-kDa cysteine-rich outer membrane protein genes of C. psittaci, C. pneumoniae, and C. trachomatis, followed by species differentiation with four restriction endonuclease digestion enzymes. Similarly, Tjhie et al. (84) developed a general PCR with a target within the MOMP gene. Subsequent species-specific differentiation of C. trachomatis, C. pneumoniae, and C. psittaciwas performed by hybridization of the amplified PCR product with internal probes.. Several of the early methods described ...
Molecular dynamics simulations by Department of Biochemistrys Dr Phillip Stansfeld, in the lab of Professor Mark Sansom, have helped to reveal how bacteria construct a barrier against antibiotics and the bodys immune system.
Khandelwal and colleagues succeeded in identifying the insecticidal factor. The active component was found in a large complex normally associated with the bacterial outer membrane, and was also present in or on outer membrane vesicles (OMVs) released from the bacterial surface, says Khandelwal. They then searched through OMV components and identified a small (17 kDa) toxic protein. When purified, this protein was toxic to cultured larval cells and directly killed H. armigera larvae. Gene cloning and sequencing showed this protein is related to a class of bacterial outer membrane proteins that form protrusions, called pili or fimbriae, which often help bacteria attach to host cells during infection. Similar to pili proteins, the purified 17 kDa protein self-associated to form oligomers, each of which was connected to the next by a strand. Most importantly, the recombinant 17 kDa protein killed H. armigera larvae, demonstrating its potential as a biological control agent in a world desperately in ...
Dispensable loops shield the functionally-important extracellular loops of the essential Gram-negative bacterial outer membrane protein LptD from antibody interference.
TY - JOUR. T1 - Asymmetric phospholipid. T2 - Lipopolysaccharide bilayers; a Gram-negative bacterial outer membrane mimic. AU - Clifton, Luke A.. AU - Skoda, Maximilian W. A.. AU - Daulton, Emma L.. AU - Hughes, Arwel V.. AU - Le Brun, Anton P.. AU - Lakey, Jeremy. H.. AU - Holt, Stephen A.. PY - 2013/12/6. Y1 - 2013/12/6. N2 - The Gram-negative bacterial outer membrane (OM) is a complex and highly asymmetric biological barrier but the small size of bacteria has hindered advances in in vivo examination of membrane dynamics. Thus, model OMs, amenable to physical study, are important sources of data. Here, we present data from asymmetric bilayers which emulate the OM and are formed by a simple two-step approach. The bilayers were deposited on an SiO2 surface by Langmuir-Blodgett deposition of phosphatidylcholine as the inner leaflet and, via Langmuir-Schaefer deposition, an outer leaflet of either Lipid A or Escherichia coli rough lipopolysaccharides (LPS). The membranes were examined using ...
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Studies on the region involved in the transport activity of Escherichia coli TolC by chimeric protein analysis. AU - Yamanaka, Hiroyasu. AU - Tadokoro, Satoshi. AU - Miyano, Masaya. AU - Takahashi, Eizo. AU - Kobayashi, Hidetomo. AU - Okamoto, Keinosuke. N1 - Funding Information: This study was supported in part by a grant-in-aid for scientific research (C) from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Japan (Grant no. 14570252) and the scientific grant 2006 from Hiroshima International University, Japan (Project no. 9905833).. PY - 2007/5. Y1 - 2007/5. N2 - Gram-negative bacteria possess the outer membrane protein TolC which acts as an exit duct across the outer membrane. However, the region involved in the transport activity of TolC has remained unclear. We analyzed this region by creating chimeric TolCs. First, we expressed the genes for TolCs of Vibrio parahaemolyticus (vp-tolC) and Salmonella typhimurium (sal-tolC) in Escherichia coli. The levels ...
Bacterial OMPs are synthesized in the cytosol as precursor proteins with an amino‐terminal signal sequence that guides the proteins to the Sec machinery for crossing the inner membrane and is cleaved off in the periplasm. Periplasmic chaperones then escort OMPs through the aqueous periplasmic space in a partly unfolded state. On reaching the outer membrane, OMPs assemble into a β‐barrel structure and insert into the outer membrane with the help of the BAM complex. The bacterial OMP insertion pathway can be compared to the assembly pathway of MBOMPs from the mitochondrial intermembrane space into the outer membrane. MBOMPs are synthesized in the cytosol and imported into the intermembrane space by the outer membrane translocator TOM40. The subsequent chaperone‐mediated escort across the intermembrane space and insertion into the outer membrane by the TOB complex is similar to the OMP assembly process. Notably, the BAM and TOB complexes share the homologous β‐barrel proteins BamA and ...
Tohidi, F. and Teymournejad, O. and Taravati, A. and Al Ahmadi, K. J. and Rajabnia, R. (2015) Analysis of important H.pylori Outer membrane proteins by detection of common sequences in exposed areas; in silico study. Biosciences Biotechnology Research Asia, 12. pp. 135-143. Tohidi, F. and Teymournejad, O. and Taravati, A. and Al Ahmadi, K. J. and Rajabnia, R. (2015) Analysis of important H.pylori Outer membrane proteins by detection of common sequences in exposed areas; in silico study. Biosciences Biotechnology Research Asia, 12. pp. 135-143. ...
Antigen 43 is a unique autotransporter that promote bacterial cell-to-cell aggregation. Antigen 43 can be expressed on the E.coli cell surface in large quantities, up to 50000 copies per cell.[1] The structure analysis of antigen 43 revealed that antigen 43 has an N-terminal signal peptide; an N-proximal passenger domain that is secreted, which could also be called α domain; an autochaperone domain that facilitates folding of the passenger domain; and a C-terminal β-barrel domain that forms an integral outer membrane protein, also called β domain[2]. The passenger domain(αdomain) confers the autoaggregation phenotype and it is bound to the surface via non-covalent interaction with the βdomain. ...
Proteins can be immobilised on surfaces to make arrays with potential uses in tissue engineering, proteomics and point of use diagnostic devices. Outer membrane proteins (OMP) from Escherichia coli have a beta-barrel structure, making ideal protein engineering scaffolds for building arrays. The proteins can be immobilised onto flat gold surfaces by introducing a cysteine residue into their periplasmic turns. The thiol group of the cysteine will form a strong gold-thiolate bond immobilising the OMP to the surface in a specific and correct orientation. The membrane layer is completed by the immobilisatin of a lipid with a thiol head group to the gold surface. Here we use the transmembrane section of the monomeric protein OmpA (TmOmpA). The Z domain of Staphylococcus aureau protein A has been engineered into the N - terminal of a circularly permuted TmOmpA to create the protein ZZctOmpA. The Z domain can bind immunoglobulin G (IgG) at its constant region leaving the variable regions free to bind ...
The gram-negative bacterial envelope is a complex extracytoplasmic compartment responsible for numerous cellular processes. Among its most important functions is its service as the protective layer separating the cytoplasmic space from the ever-changing external environment. To adapt to the diverse conditions encountered both in the environment and within the mammalian host, Escherichia coli and Salmonella species have evolved six independent envelope stress response systems . This review reviews the sE response, the CpxAR and BaeSR two-component systems (TCS) , the phage shock protein response, and the Rcs phosphorelay system. These five signal transduction pathways represent the most studied of the six known stress responses. The signal for adhesion to abiotic surfaces enters the pathway through the novel outer membrane lipoprotein NlpE, and activation on entry into the exponential phase of growth occurs independently of CpxA . Adhesion could disrupt NlpE causing unfolding of its unstable N-terminal
Author: Anbazhagan, V. et al.; Genre: Journal Article; Published in Print: 2008-06-10; Title: Incorporation of outer membrane protein OmpG in lipid membranes: protein−lipid interactions and β-barrel orientation.
Allison, Heather, Smith, Darren, Loughnane, Paul, Saunders, Jon and McCarthy, Alan (2004) Identification of an outer membrane protein that enables infection of Escherichia coli by Shiga toxin encoding bacteriophage. In: 155th Society for General Microbiology Meeting, September 2004, Dublin, Ireland. Full text not available from this repository. (Request a copy ...
Danese, P.L., Pratt, L.A., Dove, S.L. and Kolter, R. (2000) The Outer Membrane Protein, Antigen 43, Mediates Cell-to-Cell Interactions within Escherichia coli Biofilms. Molecular Microbiology, 37, 424-432.
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We compare several spectral domain based clustering methods for partitioning protein sequence data. The main instrument for this exercise is the spectral density ratio model, which specifies that the logarithmic ratio of two or more unknown spectral density functions has a parametric linear combination of cosines. Maximum likelihood inference is worked out in detail and it is shown that its output yields several distance measures among independent stationary time series. These similarity indices are suitable for clustering time series data based on their second order properties. Other spectral domain based distances are investigated as well; and we compare all methods and distances to the problem of producing segmentations of bacterial outer membrane proteins consistent with their transmembrane topology. Protein sequences are transformed to time series data by employing numerical scales of physicochemical parameters. We also present interesting results on the prediction of transmembrane ...
Subunit Of Both The ERMES And The SAM Complex; Component Of ERMES Complex Which Acts As A Molecular Tether Between The Mitochondria And The ER, Necessary For Efficient Phospholipid Exchange Between Organelles And For Mitophagy; SAM/TOB Complex Component That Functions In The Assembly Of Outer Membrane Beta-barrel Proteins; Involved In Mitochondrial Inheritance And Morphology; ERMES Complex Is Often Co-localized With Peroxisomes And Concentrated Areas Of Pyruvate Dehydrogenase
The mitochondrial outer membrane plays a crucial role in the biogenesis, inheritance and dynamics of the organelle and forms the functional and signaling link between mitochondria and the rest of the eukaryotic cell. This membrane contains a diverse set of proteins that are synthesized in the cytosol and harbor signals that are essential for their subsequent import into mitochondria. We investigate the molecular mechanisms by which the various mitochondrial outer membrane proteins are targeted to mitochondria, inserted into the outer membrane and assembled into functional complexes within the membrane. In addition, we study the mechanisms and components that regulate lipids homeostasis in mitochondria. For our studies we use both yeast and mammalian tissue cultures as experimental systems.. ...
The mitochondrial outer membrane plays a crucial role in the biogenesis, inheritance and dynamics of the organelle and forms the functional and signaling link between mitochondria and the rest of the eukaryotic cell. This membrane contains a diverse set of proteins that are synthesized in the cytosol and harbor signals that are essential for their subsequent import into mitochondria. We investigate the molecular mechanisms by which the various mitochondrial outer membrane proteins are targeted to mitochondria, inserted into the outer membrane and assembled into functional complexes within the membrane. In addition, we study the mechanisms and components that regulate lipids homeostasis in mitochondria. For our studies we use both yeast and mammalian tissue cultures as experimental systems.. ...
Nair, S A and Rathinavelan, Thenmalarchelvi (2015) Bidirectional water conductivity of E.coli outer membrane lectin(Wzi) is regulated by surface aromatic residues and luminal hydrophobic plug. In: National Symposium on Biophysics and Golden Jubilee Meeting of Indian Biophysical Society, Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Basic Sciences, 14-17 February 2015, New Delhi, India. Full text not available from this repository. (Request a copy ...
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Bacterial proteins with MCE domains were first described as being important for Mammalian Cell Entry. More recent evidence suggests they are components of lipid ABC transporters. In Escherichia coli, the single-domain protein MlaD is known to be part of an inner membrane transporter that is important for maintenance of outer membrane lipid asymmetry. Here we describe two multi MCE domain-containing proteins in Escherichia coli, PqiB and YebT, the latter of which is an orthologue of MAM-7 that was previously reported to be an outer membrane protein. We show that all three MCE domain-containing proteins localise to the inner membrane. Bioinformatic analyses revealed that MCE domains are widely distributed across bacterial phyla but multi MCE domain-containing proteins evolved in Proteobacteria from single-domain proteins. Mutants defective in mlaD, pqiAB and yebST were shown to have distinct but partially overlapping phenotypes, but the primary functions of PqiB and YebT differ from MlaD. Complementing
Syma Khalid (Investigator) Many bacteria have an outer membrane which is the interface between the cell and its environment. The components of this membrane are well studied at an individual level, but there is a need to model and understand the outer membrane as a whole. In this project we aim to develop such a model of a bacterial outer membrane, linking computer simulations of the component molecules through to a more systems biology approach to modelling the outer membrane as a whole. Such an approach to modelling an OM must be multi-scale i.e. it must embrace a number of levels ranging from atomistic level modelling of e.g. the component proteins through to higher level agent-based modelling of the interplay of multiple components within the outer membrane as a whole. The different levels of description will be integrated to enable predictive modelling in order to explore the roles of outer membrane changes in e.g. antibiotic resistance.. ...
The relationship between iron acquisition and microbial pathogenesis (1, 38, 51, 84, 104) underscores the importance of the role of TonB in cell envelope physiology. Passage of ferric complexes through the OM requires TonB activity, and one theory of this requirement is that TonB participates in transport energetics by capturing proton motive force from the IM (where its N terminus resides) and distributing it to the OM transporters (14, 23, 76, 82, 95). According to the shuttle model of TonB action, it associates with the IM proteins ExbB and ExbD (42, 56), acquires proton motive force-generated energy by an unknown structural transition, and transmits (15) or physically transports (55, 57) the energy across the periplasm to the OM. The proposed interaction of energized TonB with OM proteins entails recognition of ligand-bound receptors and release of the stored force to them by protein-protein interactions between the C-terminal residues of TonB and the TonB box sequence of the LGP (76, ...
We describe a lesion, lamB701-708, affecting the hydrophilic portion of the lambda receptor signal sequence. The C to A transversion of the sixth codon of the signal sequence changes a positively charged arginine to a neutral serine. The phenotype conferred by this alteration is unique among previously described signal sequence mutations. The results suggest an essential role for the charged amino acids of the hydrophilic segment in the initial interaction between a nascent secreted protein and a membrane export site. The results further suggest that synthesis of lambda receptor is coupled to its export ...
The outer membrane of most Gram-negative bacteria is made up of LPS, and in nearly all bacteria that contain LPS it is essential for the life of the organism. The lipid portion of this molecule, lipid A, also known as endotoxin, is a potent activator of the innate immune response. More than 50 genes are required to synthesize LPS and assemble it at the cell surface. Enormous progress has been made in elucidating the structure and biosynthesis of LPS, but until recently the cellular components required for its transport from its site of synthesis in the inner membrane to its final cellular location at the cell surface remained elusive. Here we describe the identification of a protein complex that functions to assemble LPS at the surface of the cell. This complex contains two proteins: Imp, already identified as an essential outer-membrane protein implicated in LPS assembly; another protein, RlpB, heretofore identified only as a rare lipoprotein. We show that RlpB is also essential for cell viability and
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CPn0444 is similar to CT871, CT874, CT413, CT812, CT872, CT414, CT412, CT870, CT869, and CT456. They are predicted outer membrane proteins. CT871 is a predicted pmpG outer membrane protein G. Residues 470-1407 are 28% similar to CT871 ...
22, Table 33. Their outer membrane proteins contain cross- reactive antigens and surface-exposed epitopes that are species specific.
An outer membrane protein T (OmpT) could play a vital role in the pathogenesis of the neonatal meningitis Escherichia coli (NMEC) in human and animals. However, whether ompT plays a role in avian pathogenic E. coli (APEC) infection remains unclear. In this study we evaluated the potential of ompT in APEC pathogenesis. An ompT gene was deleted from APEC mutant strain (TW-XM) was constructed and cha ...
sample_1: KpOmpA transmembrane domain, [U-13C; U-15N; U-2H], 1 mM; DHPC 300 mM; NaH2PO4 20 mM; NaCl 100 mM; H2O 90%; D2O 10%. sample_2: KpOmpA transmembrane domain, [U-13C; U-15N; U-2H]/[L,V,I(delta1)-13CH3], 1 mM; DHPC 300 mM; NaH2PO4 20 mM; NaCl 100 mM; H2O 90%; D2O 10%. sample_3: KpOmpA transmembrane domain, [U-15N; 10% 13C], 1 mM; DHPC 300 mM; NaH2PO4 20 mM; NaCl 100 mM; H2O 90%; D2O 10%. sample_4: KpOmpA transmembrane domain, [U-13C; U-15N; U-2H]/[L,V,I(delta1)-13CH3], 1 mM; DHPC 300 mM; NaH2PO4 20 mM; NaCl 100 mM; H2O 90%; D2O 10%. sample_conditions_1: ionic strength: 0.1 M; pH: 6.5; pressure: 1 atm; temperature: 313 K ...
The 5C outer membrane protein, one of the N. meningitidis class 5 proteins, was preferably expressed in bacteria isolated from the nasopharynx and its role in adhering to the mucosal cells and invading them as well as the development of anti-5C antibodies in healthy carriers was demonstrated.... mehr ...
Michalik, M.; Orwick-Rydmark, M.; Habeck, M.; Alva, V.; Arnold, T.; Linke, D.: An evolutionarily conserved glycine-tyrosine motif forms a folding core in outer membrane proteins. PLoS One 12 (8) (2017 ...
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