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Comparison of solid-state dipolar couplings and solution relaxation data provides insight into protein backbone dynamics
Chevelkov, V., Xue(*), Y., Linser, R., Skrynnikov(*), N. R.; Reif, B.
J Am Chem Soc, 132:5015-5017
(2010)

Tags: Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy (Reif)

Abstract: Analyses of solution (15)N relaxation data and solid-state (1)H(N)-(15)N dipolar couplings from a small globular protein, alpha-spectrin SH3 domain, produce a surprisingly similar pattern of order parameters. This result suggests that there is little or no ns-mus dynamics throughout most of the sequence and, in particular, in the structured portion of the backbone. At the same time, evidence of ns-mus motions is found in the flexible loops and termini. These findings, corroborated by the MD simulations of alpha-spectrin SH3 in a hydrated crystalline environment and in solution, are consistent with the picture of protein dynamics that has recently emerged from the solution studies employing residual dipolar couplings.

TRIM24 links a non-canonical histone signature to breast cancer
Tsai(*), W. W., Wang(*), Z. X., Yiu(*), T. T., Akdemir(*), K. C., Xia(*), W. Y., Winter(*), S., Tsai(*), C. Y., Shi(*), X. B., Schwarzer, D., Plunkett(*), W., Aronow(*), B., Gozani(*), O., Fischle(*), W., Hung(*), M. C., Patel(*), D. J.; Barton(*), M. C.
Nature, 468:927-U320
(2010)

Tags: Protein Chemistry (Schwarzer)

Abstract: Recognition of modified histone species by distinct structural domains within 'reader' proteins plays a critical role in the regulation of gene expression. Readers that simultaneously recognize histones with multiple marks allow transduction of complex chromatin modification patterns into specific biological outcomes. Here we report that chromatin regulator tripartite motif-containing 24 (TRIM24) functions in humans as a reader of dual histone marks by means of tandem plant homeodomain (PHD) and bromodomain (Bromo) regions. The three-dimensional structure of the PHD-Bromo region of TRIM24 revealed a single functional unit for combinatorial recognition of unmodified H3K4 (that is, histone H3 unmodified at lysine 4, H3K4me0) and acetylated H3K23 (histone H3 acetylated at lysine 23, H3K23ac) within the same histone tail. TRIM24 binds chromatin and oestrogen receptor to activate oestrogen-dependent genes associated with cellular proliferation and tumour development. Aberrant expression of TRIM24 negatively correlates with survival of breast cancer patients. The PHD-Bromo of TRIM24 provides a structural rationale for chromatin activation through a non-canonical histone signature, establishing a new route by which chromatin readers may influence cancer pathogenesis.

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