ATP7A is a P-type ATPase involved in copper(I) homeostasis in humans. It possesses a long N-terminal tail protruding into the cytosol and containing six copper(I)-binding domains, which are individually folded and capable of binding one copper(I) ion. ATP7A receives copper from a soluble protein, the metallochaperone HAH1. The exact role and interplay of the six soluble domains is still quite unclear, as it has been extensively demonstrated that they are strongly redundant with respect to copper(I) transport in vivo. In the present work, a three-domain (fourth to sixth, MNK456) construct has been investigated in solution by NMR, in the absence and presence of copper(I). In addition, the interaction of MNK456 with copper(I)-HAH1 has been studied. It is proposed that the fourth domain is the preferential site for the initial interaction with the partner. A significant dependence of the overall domain dynamics on the metallation state and on the presence of HAH1 is observed. This dependence could constitute the molecular mechanism to trigger copper(I) translocation and/or ATP7A relocalization from the trans-Golgi network to the plasmatic membrane. © 2005 by The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Inc.

A NMR study of the interaction of a three-domain construct of ATP7A with copper(I) and copper(I)-HAH1: the interplay of domains / L.Banci; I.Bertini; F.Cantini; C.Chasapis; N.Hadjiliadis; A.Rosato. - In: THE JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY. - ISSN 0021-9258. - STAMPA. - 280:(2005), pp. 38259-38263. [10.1074/jbc.M506219200]

A NMR study of the interaction of a three-domain construct of ATP7A with copper(I) and copper(I)-HAH1: the interplay of domains

BANCI, LUCIA;BERTINI, IVANO;CANTINI, FRANCESCA;ROSATO, ANTONIO
2005

Abstract

ATP7A is a P-type ATPase involved in copper(I) homeostasis in humans. It possesses a long N-terminal tail protruding into the cytosol and containing six copper(I)-binding domains, which are individually folded and capable of binding one copper(I) ion. ATP7A receives copper from a soluble protein, the metallochaperone HAH1. The exact role and interplay of the six soluble domains is still quite unclear, as it has been extensively demonstrated that they are strongly redundant with respect to copper(I) transport in vivo. In the present work, a three-domain (fourth to sixth, MNK456) construct has been investigated in solution by NMR, in the absence and presence of copper(I). In addition, the interaction of MNK456 with copper(I)-HAH1 has been studied. It is proposed that the fourth domain is the preferential site for the initial interaction with the partner. A significant dependence of the overall domain dynamics on the metallation state and on the presence of HAH1 is observed. This dependence could constitute the molecular mechanism to trigger copper(I) translocation and/or ATP7A relocalization from the trans-Golgi network to the plasmatic membrane. © 2005 by The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Inc.
2005
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38259
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L.Banci; I.Bertini; F.Cantini; C.Chasapis; N.Hadjiliadis; A.Rosato
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