Apr 13, 2020

Investigation on the requirements for YbbN/CnoX displaying thiol-disulfide oxidoreductase and chaperone activities

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Diogo de Abreu MeirelesL. E. S. Netto

Abstract

YbbN/CnoX are proteins that display a Trx domain linked to a tetratricopeptide (TPR) domain, which are involved in protein-protein interactions and protein folding processes. YbbN from Escherichia coli (EcYbbN) displays a co-chaperone (holdase) activity that is induced by HOCl (bleach). EcYbbN contains a SQHC motif within the Trx domain and displays no thiol-disulfide oxidoreductase activity. EcYbbN also presents a second Cys residue at Trx domain (Cys63) 24 residues away from SQHF motif that can form mixed disulfides with substrates. Here, we compared EcYbbN with two other YbbN proteins: from Xylella fastidiosa (XfYbbN) and from Pseudomonas aeruginosa (PaYbbN). While EcYbbN displays two Cys residues along a SQHC[N24]C motif; XfYbbN and PaYbbN present two and three Cys residues in the CAPC[N24]V and CAPC[N24]C motifs, respectively. These three proteins are representatives of evolutionary conserved YbbN subfamilies. In contrast to EcYbbN, both XfYbbN and PaYbbN: (1) reduced an artificial disulfide (5,5'-dithiobis-(2-nitrobenzoic acid) = DTNB); and (2) supported the peroxidase activity of Peroxiredoxin Q from X. fastidiosa, suggesting that in vivo these proteins might function similarly to the canonical Trx enzymes. Indeed, XfYbb...Continue Reading

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