Dynamical properties of the loop 320s of substrate-free and substrate-bound muscle creatine kinase by NMR

Abstract : Muscle creatine kinase (MCK; ) is a 86 kDa homodimer that belongs to the family of guanidino kinases. MCK has been intensively studied for several decades, but it is still not known why it is a dimer because this quaternary structure does not translate into obvious structural or functional advantages over the homologous monomeric arginine kinase. In particular, it remains to be demonstrated whether MCK subunits are independent. Here, we describe NMR chemical-shift perturbation and relaxation experiments designed to study the active site 320s flexible loop of this enzyme. The analysis was performed with the enzyme in its ligand-free and MgADP-complexed forms, as well as with the transition-state analogue abortive complex (MCKMgADPcreatinenitrate ion). Our data indicate that each subunit can bind substrates independently.
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Gwladys Rivière, Maggy Hologne, Olivier Marcillat, Jean-Marc Lancelin. Dynamical properties of the loop 320s of substrate-free and substrate-bound muscle creatine kinase by NMR. FEBS Journal, Wiley, 2012, 279 (16), pp.2863-2875. ⟨10.1111/j.1742-4658.2012.08667.x⟩. ⟨hal-00873868⟩

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