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High-Throughput Production of a New Library of Human Single and Tandem PDZ Domains Allows Quantitative PDZ-Peptide Interaction Screening Through High-Throughput Holdup Assay

Abstract : PDZ domains recognize PDZ Binding Motifs (PBMs) at the extreme C-terminus of their partner proteins. The human proteome contains 266 identified PDZ domains, the PDZome, spread over 152 proteins. We previously developed the "holdup" chromatographic assay for high-throughput determination of PDZ-PBM affinities. In that work, we had used an expression library of 241 PDZ constructs (the "PDZome V.1"). Here, we cloned, produced, and characterized a new bacterial expression library ("PDZome V.2"), which comprises all the 266 known human PDZ domains as well as 37 PDZ tandem constructs. To ensure the best expression level, folding, and solubility, all construct boundaries were redesigned using available structural data and all DNA sequences were optimized for Escherichia coli expression. Consequently, all the PDZ constructs are produced in a soluble form. Precise quantification and quality control were carried out. The binding profiles previously published using "PDZome V.1" were reproduced and completed using the novel "PDZome V.2" library. We provide here the detailed description of the high-throughput protocols followed through the PDZ gene synthesis and cloning, PDZ production, holdup assay and data treatment.
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Yoan Duhoo, Virginie Girault, Jeremy Turchetto, Laurie Ramond, Fabien Durbesson, et al.. High-Throughput Production of a New Library of Human Single and Tandem PDZ Domains Allows Quantitative PDZ-Peptide Interaction Screening Through High-Throughput Holdup Assay. Renaud Vincentelli. High-Throughput Protein Production and Purification, Springer, pp.439-476, 2019, 978-1-4939-9623-0. ⟨10.1007/978-1-4939-9624-7_21⟩. ⟨hal-02398097⟩

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