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Membrane proteins are proteins that interact with, or are part of, biological membranes. They include integral membrane proteins that are permanently anchored or part of the membrane and peripheral membrane proteins that are only temporarily attached to the lipid bilayer or to other integral proteins.[1][2] The integral membrane proteins are classified as transmembrane proteins that span across the membrane and integral monotopic proteins that are attached to only one side of the membrane. Membrane proteins are a common type of proteins along with soluble globular proteins, fibrous proteins, and disordered proteins.[3] They are targets of over 50% of all modern medicinal drugs.[4] It is estimated that 20-30% of all genes in most genomes encode membrane proteins.[5][6]. Compared to other classes of proteins, the determination of membrane protein structures has remained a challenge in large part due to the difficulty in establishing experimental conditions where the correct conformation of the ...
The topology of the integral membrane protein MalF, which is required for maltose transport in Escherichia coli, has been analyzed using fusions of alkaline phosphatase (EC 3.1.3.1). The properties of such fusion strains support a MalF structure previously proposed on theoretical grounds. Several transmembrane segments within MalF can act as signal sequences in exporting alkaline phosphatase. Other transmembrane sequences, in conjunction with cytoplasmic domains, can stably anchor alkaline phosphatase in the cytoplasm. Our results suggest that features of the amino acid sequence (possibly the positively charged amino acids) of the cytoplasmic domains of membrane proteins are important in anchoring these domains in the cytoplasm. These studies in conjunction with our earlier results show that alkaline phosphatase fusions to membrane proteins can be an important aid in analyzing membrane topology and its determinants.. ...
The overexpression and purification of membrane proteins is a bottleneck in biotechnology and structural biology. E. coli remains the host of choice for membrane protein production. To date, most of the efforts have focused on genetically tuning of expression systems and shaping membrane composition to improve membrane protein production remained largely unexplored. In E. coli C41(DE3) strain, we deleted two transporters involved in fatty acid metabolism (OmpF and AcrB), which are also recalcitrant contaminants crystallizing even at low concentration. Engineered expression hosts presented an enhanced fitness and improved folding of target membrane proteins, which correlated with an altered membrane fluidity. We demonstrated the scope of this approach by overproducing several membrane proteins (4 different ABC transporters, YidC and SecYEG). In summary, E. coli membrane engineering unprecedentedly increases the quality and yield of membrane protein preparations. This strategy opens a new field for
Reliable prediction of structures could have a major impact on our understanding of membrane protein function. This is underscored by the fact that less than 1% of the structures in the Protein Data Bank are of integral membrane proteins despite these comprising over 20% of all genes in mammalian genomes. Membrane proteins are physiologically crucial given their function as a vital communication interface between the intracellular and extracellular environments, and between the cytosol and diverse membrane-bound organelles. Hence, many membrane proteins are pharmacologically important and are potential drug targets. While efforts in structural genomics have led to the elucidation of structures of numerous soluble proteins, determining the structure of membrane proteins remains challenging due to difficulties involved in their expression, purification and crystallization. Thus, any approach that provides insights into structures of membrane proteins will be very useful in explaining their ...
α-helical membrane proteins constitute 20-30% of all proteins in a cell and are involved in many essential cellular functions. The structure is only known for a few hundred of them, which makes structural models important. The most common structural model of a membrane protein is the topology which is a two-dimensional representation of the structure.. This thesis is focused on three different aspects of membrane protein structure: improving structural predictions of membrane proteins, improving the level of detail of structural models and the concept of dual topology.. It is possible to improve topology models of membrane proteins by including experimental information in computer predictions. This was first performed in Escherichia coli and, by using homology, it was possible to extend the results to 225 prokaryotic organisms. The improved models covered ~80% of the membrane proteins in E. coli and ~30% of other prokaryotic organisms.. However, the traditional topology concept is sometimes too ...
From the moment of cotranslational insertion into the lipid bilayer of the endoplasmic reticulum (ER), newly synthesized integral membrane proteins are subject to a complex series of sorting, trafficking, quality control, and quality maintenance systems. Many of these processes are intimately controlled by ubiquitination, a posttranslational modification that directs trafficking decisions related to both the biosynthetic delivery of proteins to the plasma membrane (PM) via the secretory pathway and the removal of proteins from the PM via the endocytic pathway. Ubiquitin modification of integral membrane proteins (or "cargoes") generally acts as a sorting signal, which is recognized, captured, and delivered to a specific cellular destination via specialized trafficking events. By affecting the quality, quantity, and localization of integral membrane proteins in the cell, defects in these processes contribute to human diseases, including cystic fibrosis, circulatory diseases, and various ...
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Proteins of the p24 family form a rather unique family of abundant, small (20-24 kDa) type I trans-membrane proteins in the early biosynthetic pathway. They can be sub-divided by sequence homology into 4 sub-families (p23 or delta, p24 or beta, p25 or alpha, and p26 or gamma) (Dominguez et al., 1998; Emery et al., 1999). Mammalian cells contain at least one member of each p23, p24 and p25 subfamily, and three members of the p26 sub-family (Emery et al., 1999). All seem to cycle in the early secretory pathway (Blum et al., 1999; Fullekrug et al., 1999; Rojo et al., 2000), and to localize primarily to the cis-Golgi network (CGN) or the cis side of the Golgi complex (Emery et al., 2000; Fullekrug et al., 1999; Rojo et al., 1997; Stamnes et al., 1995), except p25 (GP25L) which is also abundant in the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) (Dominguez et al., 1998; Wada et al., 1991). They share a predicted exoplasmic coiled-coil domain and a small (12-18 amino acids) cytoplasmically oriented C terminus that ...
Creative Biostructure, featured as a leader in the structural biology field, now provides a comprehensive list of custom membrane protein services from gene to structure with an emphasis on protein purification, crystallization, structure determination and analysis.. Although membrane proteins play an important role in all organisms, their purification has historically, and continues to be, a huge challenge for protein scientists. In 2008, 150 unique structures of membrane proteins were available, and by 2019 only 50 human membrane proteins had their structures elucidated. For the important roles they play in cell functions, membrane proteins are now considered to be perfect drug targets. Investigating membrane protein structure and function can provide valuable information for drug characterization and optimization, however, such proteins are inherently difficult to purify and characterize. Even when expressed at high levels, the purification can still be challenging.. Owing to years of devoted ...
My research is on membrane protein structure, dynamics, and function with a focus on membrane proteins involved in bacterial pathogenesis. I teach CHEM4411 and CHEM4421, the Biological Chemistry Laboratory courses at UVa. With my colleagues, Carol Price and Cameron Mura, I have developed a year long inquiry- and research-based biochemistry laboratory. We have created BioLEd to share and enable faculty to more easily develop their undergraduate biochemistry laboratories and research.. ...
The ERM family members, ezrin, radixin, and moesin, localizing just beneath the plasma membranes, are thought to be involved in the actin filament/plasma membrane association. To identify the integral membrane protein directly associated with ERM family members, we performed immunoprecipitation studies using antimoesin mAb and cultured baby hamster kidney (BHK) cells metabolically labeled with [35S]methionine or surface-labeled with biotin. The results indicated that moesin is directly associated with a 140-kD integral membrane protein. Using BHK cells as antigens, we obtained a mAb that recognized the 140-kD membrane protein. We next cloned a cDNA encoding the 140-kD membrane protein and identified it as CD44, a broadly distributed cell surface glycoprotein. Immunoprecipitation with various anti-CD44 mAbs showed that ezrin and radixin, as well as moesin, are associated with CD44, not only in BHK cells, but also in mouse L fibroblasts. Furthermore, immunofluorescence microscopy revealed that in ...
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peripheral membrane protein (Science: protein) membrane proteins that are bound to the surface of the membrane and not integrated into the hydrophobic region. Usually soluble and were originally thought to bind to integral proteins by ionic and other weak forces (and could therefore be removed by high ionic strength, for example). However, it is now clear that some peripheral membrane proteins are covalently linked to molecules that are part of the membrane bilayer (see acylated proteins and glypiation) and that there are others that fit the original definition but are perhps more appropriately considered proteins of the cytoskeleton (e.g. Band 4.1 and spectrin) or extracellular matrix (e.g. Fibronectin). ...
The module will cover the structure and function of biological membranes. There will be a general introduction to membrane structure and a discussion of the biosynthesis of membrane proteins. The insertion of membrane proteins into bio-membranes is introduced by matching physic-chemical properties and investigated for spontaneous membrane protein insertion. Protein complexes involved in membrane protein insertion and in transport across the membrane will be introduced. The electron transport chain and its relation to energy transduction will be covered together with an introduction to Mitchells chemi-osmotic hypothesis. The structure and function of specific membrane proteins involved in electron transport, proton translocation and phosphorylation in mitochondria and photosynthesis will be described and discussed in terms of our present understanding of how oxidation reactions or light energy are coupled to the synthesis of ATP. The role of multi-domain cell surface proteins in cell recognition ...
Membrane proteins are of great biomedical importance. They account for ~25% of all genes and are involved in diseases ranging from diabetes to cancer. Membrane proteins play a key role in the biology of infection by pathogens, including both bacteria and viruses. They also play an important role in signalling within and between cells. It is therefore not surprising that membrane proteins are major targets for a wide range of drugs and other therapeutic agents. Recently, the number of known structures of membrane proteins has started to increase. Large scale computer simulations allow researchers to study the movements of these proteins in their native membrane environments. 
A: The fluid mosaic model of membrane structure. The membrane consists of a phospholipid double layer with proteins inserted in it (integral proteins) or bound to the cytoplasmic surface (peripheral proteins). Integral membrane proteins are firmly embedded in the lipid layers. Some of these proteins completely span the bilayer and are called transmembrane proteins, whereas others are embedded in either the outer or inner leaflet of the lipid bilayer. The dotted line in the integral membrane protein is the region where hydrophobic amino acids interact with the hydrophobic portions of the membrane. Many of the proteins and lipids have externally exposed oligosaccharide chains. B: Membrane cleavage occurs when a cell is frozen and fractured (cryofracture). Most of the membrane particles (1) are proteins or aggregates of proteins that remain attached to the half of the membrane adjacent to the cytoplasm (P, or protoplasmic, face of the membrane). Fewer particles are found attached to the outer half ...
The gene repertoire and functional characterization of membrane bound proteins: with focus on three- and four-transmembrane regions ...
This project seeks to determine the mechanisms, structures, and structure change of integral transmembrane proteins that govern critical transmembrane processes, at the level that can lead to improved therapeutics for human disease. The premise is that alterations in molecular structures are necessary for the function of transmembrane transporters and gated channels, and are coordinated by regulatory functions. The hypothesis is that understanding the linkage between structure change and function provides a roadmap for therapeutic intervention by organic compounds or Fab fragments generated to stabilize conformational states. A major innovation is the technology and ability to determine atomic structures of membrane proteins and eukaryotic, or human membrane proteins at a resolution sufficient to instruct in the development of therapeutic development of compounds. Principal technologies include X-ray diffraction, electron cryomicroscopy, transport assays, electrophysiology. Three aims focus on ...
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Membrane proteins fulfil a number of tasks in cells, including signalling, cell-cell interaction, and the transportation of molecules. The prominence of these tasks makes membrane proteins an important target for clinical drugs. Because of the decreasing price of sequencing, the number of sequences known is increasing at such a rate that manual annotations cannot compete. Here, topology prediction is a way to provide additional information. It predicts the location and number of transmembrane helices in the protein and the orientation inside the membrane. An important factor to detect transmembrane helices is their hydrophobicity, which can be calculated using dedicated scales. In the first paper, we studied the difference between several hydrophobicity scales and evaluated their performance. We showed that while they appear to be similar, their performance for topology prediction differs significantly. The better performing scales appear to measure the probability of amino acids to be within a ...
Integral membrane proteins (SCAMPs), tetraspan vesicle membrane proteins) that act as carriers, recycling proteins to the cell surface. At least three members of the family have been identified in humans: SCAMP1 (338 aa), SCAMP2 (329 aa), and SCAMP3 (347 aa). ...
Proteins and channels , Hydrophobicity , Self-assembly ,,. Hydrophobicity literally means "fear of water". The opposite of this is hydrophilicity which means "love of water". These two terms denote the properties of molecules or parts of molecules to bond with water (hydrophilicity) or reject water (hydrophobicity). This effect is seen when one puts a drop of oil on water. The oil (hydrophobic) remains on the surface and sticks together in stead of mixing with the water (hydrophilic). In cells these properties are essential. Most of the cell is hydrophilic but there are hydrophobic borders (membranes) which compartmentalize the cell into different spaces and hereby separate reactions. Of course there must be some sort of interaction between compartments and this is facilitated by membrane proteins (look here to read up on membrane proteins).. These membranes are formed with molecules with hydrophobic properties, such as phospholipids, cholesterol and membrane proteins. The phospholipids and ...
Junctional complexes between the plasma membrane (PM) and endoplasmic/sarcoplasmic reticulum (ER/SR) are a common feature of all excitable cell types and mediate cross talk between cell surface and intracellular ion channels. Junctophilins (JPs) are important components of the junctional complexes. JPs are composed of a carboxy-terminal hydrophobic segment spanning the ER/SR membrane and a remaining cytoplasmic domain that shows specific affinity for the PM. Four JPs have been identified as tissue-specific subtypes derived from different genes: JPH1 is expressed in skeletal muscle, JPH2 is detected throughout all muscle cell types, and JPH3 and JPH4 are predominantly expressed in the brain. In the CNS, both JPH3 and JPH4 are expressed throughout neural sites and contribute to the subsurface cistern formation in neurons. Mice lacking both JPH3 and JPH4 subtypes exhibit serious symptoms such as impaired learning and memory and are accompanied by abnormal nervous functions. A repeat expansion in ...
Voltage gated potassium channels are transmembrane protein complexes that form a pore specifically allowing the passage of potassium ions. One method to determine the structure of these and other membrane proteins is electron crystallography. For this, purified membrane proteins are mixed with lipids and induced to form two-dimensional crystals. These flat crystal sheets are then imaged by cryo-EM and analysed. There is no potential gradient across them as the protein is surrounded by the same buffer. The gradient required for voltage gated channel proteins to function can be created if they are embedded in a spherical lipid bilayer that encloses liquid, i.e., if they are embedded in the membrane of a liposome. The buffer conditions inside and outside the liposomes dictate whether they are in an open or a closed conformation ...
Membrane proteins are critical components of all cells, controlling, e.g., signaling, nutrient exchange, and energy production, and are the target of over half of all drugs currently in production. At an early stage of their synthesis, nearly all membrane proteins are directed to a protein-conducting channel, the SecY/Sec61 complex, which permits access to the membrane via its lateral gate.
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Integral membrane proteins are found within the plasma membrane and span the whole length across. The inside of the membrane is very hydrophobic due to the long carbon chains. Extensive hydrophobic interactions between the protein side chain and the lipid tails will help anchor the protein in the membrane.. ...
Presented in this section is an adherent culture of Swiss mouse embryo fibroblasts that was immunofluorescently labeled with Rhodamine Red conjugated to antibodies directed against peroxisomal membrane protein 70 (PMP 70), an abundant and integral membrane component of peroxisomes.
Presented in the digital image in this section is a culture of Swiss mouse embryo fibroblasts that was immunofluorescently labeled with Rhodamine Red conjugated to antibodies directed against peroxisomal membrane protein 70 (PMP 70), an abundant and integral membrane component of peroxisomes.
JC just returned from two back-to-back meetings in Snowmass, CO. He presented work on small-helix partitioning in membranes at the first meeting on Free Energy Methods and structures of BamA and a new complex between SecY and a nascent chain at the second meeting on Membrane Proteins. Not all the time was spent in front of a screen though, as the picture to the right clearly shows!. ...
The Valiyaveetil lab studies potassium channels, which are integral membrane proteins that catalyze the selective conduction of K+ ions across biological membranes. While a great deal of research has been focused on these channels, fundamental questions regarding the mechanism of ionic selectivity and gating remain. Valiyaveetils team has developed a unique combination of methods to address these questions. Their methods include the use of chemical synthesis to introduce precise chemical changes in the channels, x-ray crystallography to determine the structural effects and electrophysiology to determine the functional effects of these changes. Using this multidisciplinary approach they hope to explain the mechanism of ion selectivity and channel gating.. ...
Membrane proteins play an essential role in controlling the movement of material and information in and out of the cell, in determining the flow and use of energy, as well as in triggering the initiation of numerous signaling pathways. To fulfill these roles, conformational and interaction dynamics exert a dominant influence on their functional behavior, for it is the interplay between structure and dynamics what ultimately defines their function.. The Membrane Protein Structural Dynamics Consortium (MPSDC) has been designed as a highly interactive, tightly integrated and multidisciplinary effort focused on elucidating the relationship between structure, dynamics and function in a variety of membrane proteins. This website serves as a gateway both to the Consortiums activities and resources, and to the scientific field at large. Read the directors statement ». ...
Separation of integral membrane proteins by 2-DE. The integral proteins were separated using 18-cm IPG strips covering pH ranges 3-10 (nonlinear), and 4-7 f
Coll, J M.; Luborsky, S W.; and Mora, P T., "Metabolically labeled cell membrane proteins in spontaneously and in sv40 virus transformed mouse fibroblasts." (1977). Subject Strain Bibliography 1977. 1406 ...
Integrins are heterodimers formed by the noncovalent bonding of two transmembrane glycoproteins,ref,You TJ, Maxwell DS, Kogan TP, et al. A 3D structure model of integrin alpha 4 beta 1 complex: I. Construction of a homology model of beta 1 and ligand binding analysis. Biophysical Journal. 2002;82(1 Pt 1):447-457.,/ref,; an alpha and beta subunit. As they are transmembrane proteins, they consist of both a relatively large extracellular component and a short cytoplasmic component. The extracellular component consists of approximately 1000 amino acids for the α (alpha) subunit and 700 amino acids for the β (beta) subunit. About half of the α subunits possess an I-domain region at the β-propeller which is an important binding site for ligands. Ligand protein binding is essential because it is the way integrins interact with actin cytoskeleton organization and initiate the transduction of intracelluar signals. Like the α subunit, the β also possesses an I-domain which functions essentially the ...
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The rate at which X-ray structures of membrane proteins are solved is on a par with that of soluble proteins in the late 1970s. There are still many obstacles facing the membrane protein structural community. Recently, there have been several technical achievements in the field that have started to dramatically accelerate structural studies. Here, we summarize these so-called tricks-of-the-trade and include case studies of several mammalian transporters.
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The research in our group focuses on the structural biochemistry and biophysics of membrane proteins. Membrane proteins perform most of the important processes in all living cells. For example, respiration, photosynthesis, cell communication, cell import/export, cell growth and recognition are catalyzed and regulated by membrane proteins. These proteins do not act in an isolated way; they rather perform communication within the cell by binding and releasing of cofactors and soluble signal-transducing proteins. Membrane proteins are also key player in infectious diseases as they mediate entry of viral and bacterial pathogens into the host cell and also play an important role in the cell defense against the pathogens.. The main step for the elucidation of the complex in whole living cells is the understanding of the structure, dynamics and function of the membrane proteins that play the key role in these processes. Our research field is of a very interdisciplinary nature and includes biochemical ...
Membrane proteins are essential for signal transduction and the transfer of proteins and small molecules across the biological membrane. Our research is focused on structural biology of integral membrane proteins. We are particularly interested in Ca2+ transport and signaling, vitamin transport, and intramembrane proteases. In addition, we develop methods for time-resolved structural studies and apply novel membrane mimics to biologically interesting systems ...
Gunnar von Heijne is being recognized for his profound contributions in creating important theoretical and experimental tools towards advancing our understanding of both principles and mechanisms of membrane protein biosynthesis. Funded by Anatrace, Inc., this award recognizes an outstanding investigator who has made a significant contribution to the field of membrane protein research. ...
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A few more questions, are the IPed proteins cytosolic or membrane bound? Are you using total cell lysate? If yes, when you make the lysate, which speed did you spin down the lysate (to get rid of the debris, un broken cells...) before adding in Ab? The reason I ask is that if the IPed proteins are membrane proteins (still bound with membrane even after lysis) and you prepare the lysate at speed less than 3Krpm, then when you wash the beads, the free membrane will also come down together with beads. Then when you run the gel, you will got these free membrane proteins in all samples.. ...
CD38 (AT13/5), 0.5 ml. CD38 (T10) is a single chain 42 to 46 kDa type II integral transmembrane glycoprotein with a short N terminal cytoplasmic tail.
CBAP (Common receptor Beta chain Associating Protein) is a putative transmembrane protein which associates preferentially with unliganded GM-CSFR beta chain. It functions as a pro-apoptotic protein and is widely expressed in various cell types ...
Bacterial integral membrane proteins play many important roles, including sensing changes in the environment, transporting molecules into and out of the cell, and in the case of commensal or pathogenic bacteria, interacting with the host organism
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Yes. SNAP- and CLIP-tags can be fused to either the N- or C-terminus of a protein of interest. However, to label surface proteins on the outside of cells using SNAP-, CLIP- the tag must be cloned so that it is oriented to the extracellular surface of the plasma membrane. In this orientation, the tag is accessible to its fluorophore conjugated substrate ...
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Putative adhesion receptor, that could be involved in cell-cell or cell-matrix interactions required for normal cell differentiation and migration.
Scientists have described an improved, cost-efficient method to isolate membrane proteins, a class of proteins that are the targets of more than 60 percent of approved therapeutic drugs.
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CLIC1 is an intracellular membrane protein that has an unusual property distinct from typical membrane proteins. It is able to exist in both a soluble and membrane-bound form in cells. The membrane-insertion mechanism ...
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Background: Although suicide is a leading cause of death in the United States and represents a significant public health threat, little is known about the neurobiological or molecular factors that contribute to its pathophysiology. A number of studies now indicate that lithium has considerable efficacy in the prevention of suicide in patients with affective disorders, and accumulating evidence indicates that protein kinase C (PKC) and its substrates, in particular the myristoylated alanine-rich C kinase substrate (MARCKS), are primary targets of chronic lithium treatment. We therefore hypothesized that a dysregulation in MARCKS expression in key brain regions could contribute to the pathophysiology associated with suicide. To address this, we examined MARCKS, as well as the closely related MARCKS-related protein (MRP), mRNA expression in the hippocampus and dorsolateral prefrontal cortex of suicide victims and normal controls. Method: MARCKS and MRP mRNA expression was assessed by quantitative ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Endothelial dysfunction in Type 2 diabetes correlates with deregulated expression of the tail-anchored membrane protein SLMAP. AU - Ding, Hong. AU - Howarth, Andrew G.. AU - Pannirselvam, Malarvannan. AU - Anderson, Todd J.. AU - Severson, David L.. AU - Wiehler, William B.. AU - Triggle, Christopher. AU - Tuana, Balwant S.. PY - 2005/7. Y1 - 2005/7. N2 - The Type 2 diabetic db/db mouse experiences vascular dysfunction typified by changes in the contraction and relaxation profiles of small mesenteric arteries (SMAs). Contractions of SMAs from the db/db mouse to the α1-adrenoceptor agonist phenylephrine (PE) were significantly enhanced, and acetylcholine (ACh)-induced relaxations were significantly depressed. Drug treatment of db/db mice with a nonthiazolidinedione peroxisome prolifetor-activated receptor-γ agonist and insulin sensitizing agent 2-[2-(4-phenoxy-2-propylphenoxy)ethyl]indole-5-acetic acid (COOH) completely prevented the changes in endothelium-dependent relaxation, ...
Cell fusion occurs throughout development, from fertilization to organogenesis. The molecular mechanisms driving plasma membrane fusion in these processes remain unknown. While yeast mating offers an excellent model system in which to study cell fusion, all genes previously shown to regulate the process act at or before cell wall breakdown; i.e., well before the two plasma membranes have come in contact. Using a new strategy in which genomic data is used to predict which genes may possess a given function, we identified PRM1, a gene that is selectively expressed during mating and that encodes a multispanning transmembrane protein. Prm1p localizes to sites of cell-cell contact where fusion occurs. In matings between Deltaprm1 mutants, a large fraction of cells initiate zygote formation and degrade the cell wall separating mating partners but then fail to fuse. Electron microscopic analysis reveals that the two plasma membranes in these mating pairs are tightly apposed, remaining separated only by ...
When the pH of BSK-H was adjusted to 6.0, 7.0, and 8.0, we observed at least 37 alterations in the membrane protein profile, suggesting that pH may play a regulatory role in the expression of many of these membrane proteins. Initially, six of these changes were seen by immunoblotting with hyperimmune serum or serum derived from a tick-acquired infection, suggesting that the immunogens observed at pHs 6.0 and 7.0 (Fig. 1) are expressed during infection. The hyperimmune serum also reacted with a 42-kDa membrane protein that increased in amount as the pH of the medium was increased from 6.0 to 8.0 (Fig. 1). In addition, the tick bite immune serum recognized a 48- and a 46-kDa protein that went undetected when probed with hyperimmune serum. This also suggests that there may be numerous membrane proteins expressed at pHs 6.0 and 7.0 which may be differentially expressed during the infectious cycle and not recognized by the hyperimmune serum. These alterations in membrane proteins as the pH of the ...
The contribution of linked background genes to the phenotype of mutant mice has been documented (7) as have the significant behavioral differences between inbred mouse strains (6). The 129Sv strain used in the generation of our mutant mice exhibit IP-MF hypoplasia (2) and impaired spatial learning in the Morris water maze (6). In our study, comparison of 129B6(N3) mice, which posses on average 12.5% residual 129Sv-linked genes; 129B6(N9) mice, which posses on average 0.2% residual 129Sv-linked genes; and inbred C57BL/6J mice, which possess no 129Sv-linked genes, revealed the significant contribution of 129Sv background genes to the phenotype. First, mutant 129B6(N3) mice, but not mutant 129B6(N9) mice, exhibited a significant elevation in hippocampal PKCɛ expression relative to wild-type controls. Second, wild-type 129B6(N3) mice exhibited significant IP-MF hypoplasia relative to both inbred C57BL/6J and wild-type 129B6(N9) mice, which is consistent with the 129Sv phenotype (2), and likely ...
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Toward structure determination using membrane-protein nanocrystals and microcrystals. AU - Hunter, Mark S.. AU - Fromme, Petra. PY - 2011/12/1. Y1 - 2011/12/1. N2 - Membrane proteins are very important for all living cells, being involved in respiration, photosynthesis, cellular uptake and signal transduction, amongst other vital functions. However, less than 300 unique membrane protein structures have been determined to date, often due to difficulties associated with the growth of sufficiently large and well-ordered crystals. This work has been focused on showing the first proof of concept for using membrane protein nanocrystals and microcrystals for high-resolution structure determination. Upon determining that crystals of the membrane protein Photosystem I, which is the largest and most complex membrane protein crystallized to date, exist with only 100. unit cells with sizes of less than 200. nm on an edge, work was done to develop a technique that could exploit the growth of ...
Vadim Kotov, Kim Bartels, Katharina Veith, Inokentijs Josts, Udaya K. Tiruttani Subhramanyam, Christian Günther, Jörg Labahn, Thomas C. Marlovits, Isabel Moraes, Henning Tidow, Christian Löw & Maria M. Garcia-Alai Scientific Reports 2019 vol: 9 Article number: 10379 doi: 10.1038/s41598-019-46686-8. Abstract. Protein stability in detergent or membrane-like environments is the bottleneck for structural studies on integral membrane proteins (IMP). Irrespective of the method to study the structure of an IMP, detergent solubilization from the membrane is usually the first step in the workflow. Here, we establish a simple, high-throughput screening method to identify optimal detergent conditions for membrane protein stabilization. We apply differential scanning fluorimetry in combination with scattering upon thermal denaturation to study the unfolding of integral membrane proteins. Nine different prokaryotic and eukaryotic membrane proteins were used as test cases to benchmark our detergent ...
The manner in which a membrane protein is anchored to the lipid bilayer may have a profound influence on its function. Most cell surface membrane proteins are anchored by a membrane-spanning segment(s) of the polypeptide chain, but another type of anchor has been described for several proteins: a phosphatidyl inositol glycan moiety, attached to the protein C terminus. This type of linkage has been identified on membrane proteins involved in adhesion and transmembrane signalling and could be important in the execution of these functions. We report here that an immunologically important adhesion glycoprotein, lymphocyte function-associated antigen 3 (LFA-3), can be anchored to the membrane by both types of mechanism. These two distinct cell-surface forms of LFA-3 are derived from different biosynthetic precursors. The existence of a phosphatidyl-inositol-linked and a transmembrane anchored form of LFA-3 has important implications for adhesion and transmembrane signalling by LFA-3.
TY - JOUR. T1 - Combining in Vitro Folding with Cell Free Protein Synthesis for Membrane Protein Expression. AU - Focke, Paul J.. AU - Hein, Christopher. AU - Hoffmann, Beate. AU - Matulef, Kimberly. AU - Bernhard, Frank. AU - Dötsch, Volker. AU - Valiyaveetil, Francis. PY - 2016/8/2. Y1 - 2016/8/2. N2 - Cell free protein synthesis (CFPS) has emerged as a promising methodology for protein expression. While polypeptide production is very reliable and efficient using CFPS, the correct cotranslational folding of membrane proteins during CFPS is still a challenge. In this contribution, we describe a two-step protocol in which the integral membrane protein is initially expressed by CFPS as a precipitate followed by an in vitro folding procedure using lipid vesicles for converting the protein precipitate to the correctly folded protein. We demonstrate the feasibility of using this approach for the K+ channels KcsA and MVP and the amino acid transporter LeuT. We determine the crystal structure of the ...
The biogenesis of most membrane proteins is governed by specific interactions between the newly synthetized nascent polypeptide chain and the evolutionary conserved and essential insertases and translocases (1-3). Insertases and translocases recognize their substrate and lower the free-energy barrier for inserting and folding the polypeptide into cellular membranes (3, 4). This insertion and folding can occur cotranslationally as the polypeptide exits the ribosome or posttranslationally after the polypeptide has been released by the ribosome. The bacterial translocase SecYEG has a eukaryotic homolog, Sec61, in the endoplasmatic reticulum (1), whereas the bacterial insertase YidC has Oxa1 and Oxa2 homologs in mitochondria, Get1 in endoplasmatic reticulum, and Alb3 in chloroplasts (5-7). In Gram-negative bacteria, SecYEG folds α-helical membrane proteins into the inner membrane and translocates precursors of soluble periplasmic and β-barrel outer membrane proteins to the periplasm (1, 8). ...
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The function of any given biological membrane is determined largely by the specific set of integral membrane proteins embedded in it, and the peripheral membrane proteins attached to the membrane surface. The activity of these proteins, in turn, can be modulated by the phospholipid composition of the membrane. The reconstitution of membrane proteins into a model membrane allows investigation of individual features and activities of a given cell membrane component. However, the activity of membrane proteins is often difficult to sustain following reconstitution, since the composition of the model phospholipid bilayer differs from that of the native cell membrane. This review will discuss the reconstitution of membrane protein activities in four different types of model membrane - monolayers, supported lipid bilayers, liposomes and nanodiscs, comparing their advantages in membrane protein reconstitution. Variation in the surrounding model environments for these four different types of membrane layer can
The function of any given biological membrane is determined largely by the specific set of integral membrane proteins embedded in it, and the peripheral membrane proteins attached to the membrane surface. The activity of these proteins, in turn, can be modulated by the phospholipid composition of the membrane. The reconstitution of membrane proteins into a model membrane allows investigation of individual features and activities of a given cell membrane component. However, the activity of membrane proteins is often difficult to sustain following reconstitution, since the composition of the model phospholipid bilayer differs from that of the native cell membrane. This review will discuss the reconstitution of membrane protein activities in four different types of model membrane - monolayers, supported lipid bilayers, liposomes and nanodiscs, comparing their advantages in membrane protein reconstitution. Variation in the surrounding model environments for these four different types of membrane layer can
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Objectives: The composition of nuclear membrane proteins (NMP) of fibroblasts derived from the periodontium is unknown. Identification of NMP is complicated since extraction of membrane proteins can be difficult due to the lipophilic nature of these molecules. The purpose of this study was to compare the quantity of unique identifiable membrane proteins using a single enzymatic wash preparation versus a two wash preparation for digestion and denaturation in proteomic analysis. Methods: GF used were obtained from 2 human biopsies derived from non-inflamed tissue in the retromolar pad area. Cells were cultured and propogated in Eagles minimal essential medium supplemented with 10% fetal bovine serum. GF were harvested when confluent in the 4th cell culture passage. NMP were isolated by differential centrifugation. 15 μg of protein from each sample was digested with trypsin or trypsin followed by a urea wash, followed by iTRAQ™ mass labeling for peptide qualitative and quantitative ...
We proposed to apply a chemical cross-linking, mass spectrometry and modeling method called MS3D to the structure determination of the rhodopsin-transducin membrane protein complex (RTC). Herein we describe experimental progress made to adapt the MS3D approach for characterizing membrane protein systems, and computational progress in experimental design, data analysis and protein structure modeling. Over the past three years, we have developed tailored experimental methods for all steps in the MS3D method for rhodopsin, including protein purification, a functional assay, cross-linking, proteolysis and mass spectrometry. In support of the experimental effort. we have out a data analysis pipeline in place that automatically selects the monoisotopic peaks in a mass spectrometric spectrum, assigns them and stores the results in a database. Theoretical calculations using 24 experimentally-derived distance constraints have resulted in a backbone-level model of the activated form of rhodopsin, which is a
Junctophilin 2, also known as JPH2, is a protein which in humans is encoded by the JPH2 gene. Alternative splicing has been observed at this locus and two variants encoding distinct isoforms are described. Junctional complexes between the plasma membrane and endoplasmic/sarcoplasmic reticulum are a common feature of all excitable cell types and mediate cross talk between cell surface and intracellular ion channels. The protein encoded by this gene is a component of junctional complexes and is composed of a C-terminal hydrophobic segment spanning the endoplasmic/sarcoplasmic reticulum membrane and a remaining cytoplasmic membrane occupation and recognition nexus (MORN) domain that shows specific affinity for the plasma membrane. JPH2 is a member of the junctophilin gene family (the other members of the family are JPH1, JPH3, and JPH4) and is the predominant isoform in cardiac tissue, but is also expressed with JPH1 in skeletal muscle. The JPH2 protein product plays a critical role in maintaining ...
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Tetraspanins are family of small membrane proteins and they are involved in multitude of biological process. Structurally theyare characterized by having four transmembrane domains, short inner and outer loops, one large extra cellular loop containsCCG motif and N and C terminal. Iconic features of these proteins are formation of Tetraspanin Enriched Micro domains(TEMs) by interacting among themselves and with other transmembrane and cytosolic proteins. These domains provide asignaling platform for many important cellular functions such as immune response induction, fertilization, viral infection,maintenance of skin integrity and malignant process. Tetraspanin CD151 is frequently over expressed on cancer cells and isfunctionally linked to cancer metastasis. CD151 forms direct and stable and interaction with integrin molecules and regulatesthe cellular functions. Increasing evidence emerging from in vitro, in vivo and clinical analyses associates that CD151partnership with integrins ?6?1 and ...
The primary objective of our work was to find a practical solution to the limitations of GPCR expression imposed by heterologous systems. Although relatively large amounts of membrane proteins can be potentially produced in cellular systems, usually a small proportion becomes associated to the membrane [22]. Particularly, GPCRs are confronted to a complex array of trafficking signals, post-translational modifications, and transport systems before reaching the final destination, the plasma membrane. In addition, differences in the lipid bilayer composition and maximal tolerated membrane protein loads can additionally affect the correct insertion, folding, and yield of recombinant GPCRs.. In order to overcome these difficulties, we developed a cell-free expression system supplemented with planar membranes [15]. Although, the approach excels in expressing soluble membrane protein products, it fails to produce functional GPCRs. We favor the absence of a functional translocon machinery embedded in ...
Palmitoylation, the attachment of palmitate and other fatty acids on to cysteine residues, is a common post-translational modification of both integral and peripheral membrane proteins. Dynamic palmitoylation controls the intracellular distribution of peripheral membrane proteins by regulating membrane-cytosol exchange and/or by modifying the flux of the proteins through vesicular transport systems.. ...
The ease with which a cell membrane can bend and deform is important for a wide range of biological functions. Peripheral proteins that induce curvature in membranes (e.g. BAR domains) have been studied for a number of years. Little is known, however, about the effect of integral membrane proteins on the sti Surfactants & lipids Biological soft matter
Recognition by scavenger receptor cysteine-rich domains on membrane proteins regulates innate and adaptive immune responses. Two receptors expressed primarily on T cells, CD5 and CD6, are linked genetically and are structurally similar, both containing three scavenger receptor cysteine-rich domains in their extracellular regions. A specific cell surface interaction for CD5 has been difficult to define at the molecular level because of the susceptibility of CD5 protein to denaturation. By using soluble CD5 purified at neutral pH to preserve biological activity, we show that CD5 mediates species-specific homophilic interactions. CD5 domain 1 only is involved in the interaction. CD5 mAbs that have functional effects in humans, rats, and mice block homophilic binding. Ag-specific responses by mouse T cells in vitro were increased when engagement of human CD5 domain 1 was inhibited by mutation or by IgG or Fab fragment from a CD5 mAb. This showed that homophilic binding results in productive ...
Love J, Mancia F, Shapiro L, Punta M, Rost B, Girvin M, Wang D-N, Zhou M, Hunt JF, Szyperski T, et al. The New York Consortium on Membrane Protein Structure (NYCOMPS): a high-throughput platform for structural genomics of integral membrane proteins. J Struct Funct Genomics. 2010 ;11(3):191-9. ...
Love J, Mancia F, Shapiro L, Punta M, Rost B, Girvin M, Wang D-N, Zhou M, Hunt JF, Szyperski T, et al. The New York Consortium on Membrane Protein Structure (NYCOMPS): a high-throughput platform for structural genomics of integral membrane proteins. J Struct Funct Genomics. 2010 ;11(3):191-9. ...
... s are an integral part of molecular biology research. These proteins interact with biological membranes and are the target of over 50% of all modern medicinal drugs. Membrane proteins perform a variety of functi...(Expand Details)ons that are crucial to the survival of organisms such as relaying signals, transport, and cell adhesion. Additionally, approximately 20 - 30 % of genes within a genome encode membrane proteins.. At BioChain, weve prepared membrane proteins from a large variety of documented quality tissues that are ready-to-use for genetic testing and analysis. Our tissue membranes are prepared from whole tissue homogenates and are of high-quality. Distinction of quality is ensured by consistent patterns on SDS-PAGE analysis, as well as by storage in protease inhibitor cocktail buffer.. Features. ...
Interferon-inducible transmembrane protein IFITM3 was recognized to restrict the access of a wide spectrum of viruses to the cytosol of the sponsor. section in the N-terminal hydrophobic region. Solution NMR studies of the same sample verified the secondary structure distribution and shown two rigid areas interacting with the micellar surface. The producing membrane topology of IFITM3 supports the mechanism of an enhanced restricted membrane hemi-fusion. A small membrane protein family called the interferon-inducible transmembrane (IFITM) was recently discovered and is under active exploration. This family restricts an array of pathogenic viral attacks with different inhibitory extents for different infections1 2 3 For instance IFITMs inhibit the mobile entrance and replication of individual immunodeficiency trojan (HIV) the influenza A trojan vesicular stomatitis trojan the rabies the Western world Nile trojan the dengue trojan the SARS corona trojan the Marburg trojan the Ebola trojan the ...
Membrane protein topology predictions can be markedly improved by the inclusion of even very limited experimental information. We have recently introduced an approach for the production of reliable topology models based on a combination of experimental determination of the location (cytoplasmic or p …
Sarah Perry - Models to Medicine Center - Research areas include microfluidics, soluble and membrane protein structure determination, protein crystallography, protein structural dynamics, biomimetic microenvironments, and tailoring protein activity and stability. - M2M IALS - UMass Amherst
Website of the lab of Pedro Carvalho at the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, University of Oxford. We are interested in organelle biogenesis and homeostasis, focussing on membrane protein homeostasis, ER associated degradation (ERAD) of membrane proteins, and lipid droplet biogenesis and behavior.
This issue with detergents led scientists to believe that membrane proteins were delicate relative to other proteins. When in the cell membrance, however, integral proteins are stabilized by multiple factors including the shielding of the hydrophobic portions of the protein and lateral pressure exerted by the lipid bilayer. These factors are not present in the detergent-solubilized state. Also, the introduction of artifacts from the detergent may appear. That causes the membrane proteins to be more susceptible to their loss of native structure which also results in the deactivation of the protein. The effectiveness of the detergents used is based on the particular protein and the detergent used. A poor detergentwill serve as a poor substitute for the lipid bilayer, causing the protein to degrade. This all interferes with the studies of the proteins. Currently, Dodecyl-B-D-maltopyranoside (DDM) is currently the most effective detergents for maintaining protein stability. This is due to the ...
Hi, I am trying to express in E. coli four different membrane proteins (ABC transporter) in either a pET vector with an N-terminal 6x his-tag or an pASK-IBA vector (tet promotor) with N- or C-terminal strep-tag, respectively. I tried different concentrations of inductor, different times of expression, different temperatures... Under all condition the proteins seem to be toxic (decrease in OD), and I cannot detect anything of the right size after fractionation and column purifcation or just fractionation western blotting, antibody detection. Has anyone an idea how I can get my proteins? Thanks for your advice! punzel http://biowww.net/mynews/tree.php?group_name=bionet_molbio_proteins&begin=0 ...
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Dear colleagues, please be informed that the registration slot for the 6th International NCCR Symposium on New Trends in Structural Biology 8 + 9 September 2008, University of Zürich, Lecture Hall KOH-B10, Zürich, Switzerland is now open. Online registration is possible directly from the symposium website: www.structuralbiology.uzh.ch/symposium2008.asp where you will also find further information about this event. Confirmed plenary lecturer to date: Stephen C. Kowalczykowski, Keiichi Namba, Poul Nissen, Andrej Sali, Titia Sixma, Jeffrey Skolnick, A. Joshua Wand Please do not hesitate to contact me anytime if you need further information (sticher from bioc.uzh.ch). With best regards, Patrick Sticher The NCCR Structural Biology is a research initiative of the Swiss Science Foundation. Its research encompasses the fields of recombinant protein technologies, macromolecular structure determination and computational biomolecular sciences with a special focus on membrane proteins and supramolecular ...
NIH Awards $14.5 Million, Five-Year Grant to Scripps Research - The new NIH grant funds work at Scripps Research that will enable structural biology research on membrane proteins, an area of research that has enormous medical potential.. ...
Mitochondria contain approximately 1200 different proteins, 99% of which are synthesized on cytosolic ribosomes and need to be delivered into the right destination through the intermembrane space by transport machineries, such as the TIM chaperone. Currently, the mechanistic and structural details of how the TIM chaperone binds to these mitochondrial proteins remain elusive. To gain structural insight into the binding and chaperone mechanisms, we focused on the complex of the TIM9/10 chaperone and the mitochondrial GDP/GTP carrier membrane protein (Ggc1). Such complexes are difficult to study because they consist of a transiently formed, dynamic complex between two folded proteins and a membrane protein that should be solubilized and bound by the chaperone. X-ray crystallography has revealed the core structure of the free chaperone protein, but because of the dynamic nature and large size (~1400 amino acids) of the complex its structural features have remained elusive. Using an integrative ...
Transmembrane proteins are gatekeepers of the cells; controlling the transport of substrates as well as communicating signals among cells and between the organelles and cytosol. Solute carriers (SLC) and G protein-coupled receptors (GPCR) are the largest family of membrane transporters and membrane receptors respectively. The overall aim of this thesis was to provide a basic understanding of some of the novel SLCs and GPCRs with emphasis on expression, transport property, evolution and probable function.. The first part of the thesis directs towards the study of some novel solute carriers. In an initial study, we provided an overall picture of the sequence relationship and tissue expression of 14 diverse atypical SLCs confirming some of their evolutionary conservation and highly specific expression pattern. The focus then was on the SLC17 family (mainly vesicular proteins) and a novel member named Slc17a9. This study revealed that SLC17 family could be divided into four main phylogenetic clades ...
We all know sushi rolls, but just to be sure here is an easy definition: a wrapper encircles rice which holds a precious bit of fish. To make a sushi role is an art and the same holds true for molecular sushi that is made of two lipoproteins as wrapper, lipids as rice, and membrane proteins as filling. Sushi rolls are for eating. Molecular sushi roles are for holding membrane proteins in place for physical analysis; they actually come only in sliced form, one disc at a time. Due to their size, the discs are called nanodiscs. Since membrane proteins are notoriously difficult to study experimentally due to their need to be in a "native" membrane environment, nanodiscs are a great tool, furnishing a membrane environment that has been used to embed a variety of membrane proteins for biochemical assay, including cytochrome P450s, rhodopsin, bacterial chemoreceptors, blood clotting factors, and translocation proteins. Unfortunately, it is difficult to make either real or molecular sushi rolls ...
... is a Python-based pipeline that integrates several tools the prediction of topology and subcellular localization of Eukaryotic membrane proteins.. The server is freely available, without registration. However, registered users, benefit of higher prediction priority and can log their job history. Please, be aware that anonymous submissions will be stored in the server and will be publicly available in the recent results section. For any request or bug report, please feel free to contact us. ...