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Site-specific analysis of heteronuclear Overhauser effects in microcrystalline proteins
del Amo, J. M. L., Agarwal, V., Sarkar(*), R., Porter(*), J., Asami(*), S., Rubbelke(*), M., Fink, U., Xue(*), Y., Lange(*), O. F.; Reif, B.
J. Biomol. NMR, 59:241-249
(2014)

Tags: Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy (Reif)

Abstract: Relaxation parameters such as longitudinal relaxation are susceptible to artifacts such as spin diffusion, and can be affected by paramagnetic impurities as e.g. oxygen, which make a quantitative interpretation difficult. We present here the site-specific measurement of [H-1]C-13 and [H-1]N-15 heteronuclear rates in an immobilized protein. For methyls, a strong effect is expected due to the three-fold rotation of the methyl group. Quantification of the [H-1]C-13 heteronuclear NOE in combination with C-13-R (1) can yield a more accurate analysis of side chain motional parameters. The observation of significant [H-1]N-15 heteronuclear NOEs for certain backbone amides, as well as for specific asparagine/glutamine sidechain amides is consistent with MD simulations. The measurement of site-specific heteronuclear NOEs is enabled by the use of highly deuterated microcrystalline protein samples in which spin diffusion is reduced in comparison to protonated samples.

Kinetics and efficiency of a methyl-carboxylated 5-Fluorouracil-bovine serum albumin adduct for targeted delivery
Koziol(*), M. J., Sievers(*), T. K., Smuda(*), K., Xiong(*), Y., Müller(*), A., Wojcik(*), F., Steffen(*), A., Dathe, M., Georgieva(*), R.; Bäumler(*), H.
Macromolecular bioscience, 14:428-439
(2014)

Tags: Peptide-Lipid-Interaction/ Peptide Transport (Dathe)

Abstract: 5-Fluorouracil (5-FU) is a clinically well-established anti-cancer drug effectively applied in chemotherapy, mainly for the treatment of breast and colorectal cancer. Substantial disadvantages are adverse effects, arising from serious damage of healthy tissues, and shortcoming pharmacokinetics due to its low molecular weight. A promising approach for improvement of such drugs is their coupling to suitable carriers. Here, a 5-FU adduct, 5-fluorouracil acetate (FUAc) is synthesized and covalently coupled to bovine serum albumin (BSA) as model carrier molecule. On average, 12 molecules FUAc are bound to one BSA. Circular dichriosm (CD)-spectra of BSA and FUAc-BSA are identical, suggesting no significant conformational differences. FUAc-BSA is tested on T-47D and MDA-MB-231 breast cancer cells. Proliferation inhibition of membrane albumin-binding protein (mABP)-expressing T-47D cells by FUAc-BSA is similar to that of 5-FU and only moderate for MDA-MB-231 cells that lack such expression. Therefore, a crucial role of mABP expression in effective cell growth inhibition by FUAc-BSA is assumed.

Towards automatic protein backbone assignment using proton-detected 4D solid-state NMR data
Xiang(*), S., Chevelkov(*), V., Becker(*), S.; Lange, A.
J Biomol NMR, 60:85-90
(2014)

Tags: Molecular Biophysics (Lange, A.)

Abstract: We introduce an efficient approach for sequential protein backbone assignment based on two complementary proton-detected 4D solid-state NMR experiments that correlate Hi(N)/Ni with CAi/COi or CAi-1/COi-1. The resulting 4D spectra exhibit excellent sensitivity and resolution and are amenable to (semi-)automatic assignment approaches. This strategy allows to obtain sequential connections with high confidence as problems related to peak overlap and multiple assignment possibilities are avoided. Non-uniform sampling schemes were implemented to allow for the acquisition of 4D spectra within a few days. Rather moderate hardware requirements enable the successful demonstration of the method on deuterated type III secretion needles using a 600 MHz spectrometer at a spinning rate of 25 kHz.

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