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J Proteome Res 2013 Mar 1;12(3):1289-99

A Coordinated Proteomic Approach for Identifying Proteins that Interact with the E. coli Ribosomal Protein S12.

Strader MB, Hervey WJ 4th, Costantino N, Fujigaki S, Chen CY, Akal-Strader A, Ihunnah CA, Makusky AJ, Court DL, Markey SP, Kowalak JA

Abstract

The bacterial ribosomal protein S12 contains a universally conserved D88 residue on a loop region thought to be critically involved in translation due to its proximal location to the A site of the 30S subunit. While D88 mutants are lethal this residue has been found to be post-translationally modified to beta-methylthioaspartic acid, a post-translational modification (PTM) identified in S12 orthologs from several phylogenetically distinct bacteria. In a previous report focused on characterizing this PTM, our results provided evidence that this conserved loop region might be involved in forming multiple proteins-protein interactions ( Strader , M. B. ; Costantino , N. ; Elkins , C. A. ; Chen , C. Y. ; Patel , I. ; Makusky , A. J. ; Choy , J. S. ; Court , D. L. ; Markey , S. P. ; Kowalak , J. A. A proteomic and transcriptomic approach reveals new insight into betamethylthiolation of Escherichia coli ribosomal protein S12. Mol. Cell. Proteomics 2011 , 10 , M110 005199 ). To follow-up on this study, the D88 containing loop was probed to identify candidate binders employing a two-step complementary affinity purification strategy. The first involved an endogenously expressed S12 protein containing a C-terminal tag for capturing S12 binding partners. The second strategy utilized a synthetic biotinylated peptide representing the D88 conserved loop region for capturing S12 loop interaction partners. Captured proteins from both approaches were detected by utilizing SDS-PAGE and one-dimensional liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry. The results presented in this report revealed proteins that form direct interactions with the 30S subunit and elucidated which are likely to interact with S12. In addition, we provide evidence that two proteins involved in regulating ribosome and/or mRNA transcript levels under stress conditions, RNase R and Hfq, form direct interactions with the S12 conserved loop, suggesting that it is likely part of a protein binding interface.


Category: Journal Article
PubMed ID: #23305560 DOI: 10.1021/pr3009435
Includes FDA Authors from Scientific Area(s): Biologics
Entry Created: 2013-04-08
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