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Two-dimensional paper chromatography of a protease digest. Chromatography is done rst in one solvent system. The paper is then dried, rotated, and placed into a second solvent system. The pattern on the resulting plate is called a peptide ngerprint.
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Tamarin: Principles of Genetics, Seventh Edition
III. Molecular Genetics
11. Gene Expression: Translation
The McGraw Hill Companies, 2001
Information Transfer
from the N-terminal end. Phenylisothiocyanate (PITC) reacts with the amino end of the peptide.When acid is added, the N-terminal amino acid is removed as a PITC derivative and can be identi ed. The process is then re-
peated until the whole peptide has been sequenced ( g. 2). If the ngerprint pattern is worked out for two different digests of the same polypeptide, the unique sequence of the original polypeptide
can be determined by overlap. In gure 3, the letters A J represent the ten amino acids in a polypeptide. A is known to be the rst (N-terminal) amino acid since the Edman method sequences peptides from this end.We can thus summarize the methodology as follows: 1. A protein is puri ed. If it is made up of several subunits, these subunits are separated and puri ed. (If disul de bridges exist within a peptide, they must be reduced. The bridges are later determined by digestion, keeping the bridges intact, and then resequencing.) 2. Different proteolytic enzymes are used on separate subsamples so that the protein is broken into different sets of peptide fragments. 3. Two-dimensional chromatography, electrophoresis, or column chromatography can be used to isolate the peptides. 4. The Edman method of sequentially removing amino acids from the N-terminal end is used to sequence each peptide. 5. The amino acid sequence from the N- to C-terminal ends of the protein is deduced from the overlap of sequences in peptide digests generated with different proteolytic enzymes. Today, a machine known as an amino acid sequencer (sequenator) can automatically sequence protein. Taking about two hours per amino acid residue, sequenators can carry out Edman degradation on polypeptides up to about fty amino acids long.
HNH R1 CH C O NH C S
NH
Rn CH C OH Peptide O
N C S Base R1 Rn
NH CH CH C OH O
Treat with acid
PITC
HNH R2 CH C O
O C C C R1 N C NH Rn S
NH CH C OH O
PITC derivative
Shortened peptide
Identification
Repeat process
Figure 2 Isolation of amino acids from a peptide for sequencing purposes. First, the peptide reacts with PITC (phenylisothiocyanate) at the amino end. Acid treatment produces a PITC derivative of the amino-terminal amino acid and a peptide one amino acid shorter than the original. The PITC derivative can be identi ed. These steps are then repeated, isolating one amino acid at a time.
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Tamarin: Principles of Genetics, Seventh Edition
III. Molecular Genetics
11. Gene Expression: Translation
The McGraw Hill Companies, 2001
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Gene Expression: Translation
BOX 11.1 CONTINUED
Protein Peptides Method 1 A B C D A B C D E F G H I J A B C D E F G H I J E F G H I J Figure 3
The overlap of peptides digested two different ways provides the sequence of the original peptide.
Method 2
50S Amino Amino acid 1 acid 2
Ribosome movement tRNA tRNA
Anticodon 5 Codon 1 Codon 2 30S Codon 3
mRNA movement 3 mRNA
The initiation of the translation process at the ribosome. Note the two charged transfer RNAs and the messenger RNA. They are in position to form the rst peptide bond between the two amino acids attached to the transfer RNAs.
code for that amino acid. In eukaryotes, there are separate sets of twenty cytoplasmic and twenty mitochondrial synthetases, all coded in the nucleus. Aminoacyl-tRNA synthetases are a heterogeneous group of enzymes. In E. coli, they vary from monomeric proteins (one subunit) to tetrameric proteins, made up of two copies each of two subunits. The enzymes fall into two categories based on sequence similarity, structural features, and whether the amino acid is attached at the 2 -OH (in class I enzymes) or 3 -OH (in class II enzymes) of the 3 -terminal adenosine of the transfer RNA. To add its appropriate amino acid to the appropriate transfer RNA, a synthetase recognizes many parts of the transfer RNA.This can be shown by experiments that introduce speci c changes in transfer RNAs by sitedirected mutagenesis (see chapter 13). In seventeen of
the twenty E. coli synthetases, recognition involves part of the anticodon itself. This makes sense since the anticodon is the de ning element of a transfer RNA in protein synthesis. A synthetase can initially make errors and attach the wrong amino acid to a tRNA. For example, isoleucyltRNA synthetase will attach valine about once in 225 times. This type of error occurs because a similar, but smaller, amino acid can sometimes occupy the active site of the enzyme (compare isoleucine and valine in g. 11.1). However, because of a proofreading step, only 1 in 270 to 1 in 800 of the errors are released intact from the enzyme. The amino acids on the rest of the incorrectly charged transfer RNAs are hydrolyzed before the transfer RNAs are released.The overall error rate is the product of the two steps; this means only about one incorrectly charged transfer RNA occurs per 60,000 to 80,000 formed. In several cases, the number of amino acyl-tRNA synthetases in a particular organism is below twenty. For example, in some archaea, there is no cysteinyl-tRNA synthetase. However, the prolyl-tRNA synthetase activates the tRNAs for both cysteine and proline with their appropriate amino acids. Similarly, in some eubacteria, there is no glutaminyl-tRNA synthetase; the glutaminyl tRNA is charged with glutamic acid, rather than glutamine. An amido transferase enzyme then converts the glutamic acid to glutamine (see g. 11.1). There are sixty-four possible codons in the genetic code (four nucleotide bases in groups of three 4 4 4 64).Three of these codons are used to terminate translation.Thus, sixty-one transfer RNAs are needed because there are sixty-one different nonterminator codons. About fty transfer RNAs are known in E. coli. The number fty can be explained by the wobble phenomenon, which occurs in the third position of the codon. We examine this phenomenon in the section on the genetic code. The transfer RNAs for each amino acid are designated by the convention tRNALeu (for leucine), tRNAHis (for histidine), and so on.
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