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Title: Selective cleavage of pepsin by molybdenum metallopeptidase
Authors: Yenjai S.
Malaikaew P.
Liwporncharoenvong T.
Buranaprapuk A.
Keywords: amino acid
metalloprotein
molybdenum metallopeptidase
pepsin A
unclassified drug
amino acid sequence
article
chemical structure
incubation time
molecular biology
molecular interaction
molecular weight
nonhuman
priority journal
protein analysis
protein cleavage
protein targeting
Animals
Asparagine
Hot Temperature
Leucine
Metalloproteases
Molybdenum
Pepsin A
Peptide Fragments
Protein Conformation
Sequence Analysis, Protein
Swine
Tyrosine
Sus
Issue Date: 2012
Abstract: In this study, the cleavage of protein by molybdenum cluster is reported for the first time. The protein target used is porcine pepsin. The data presented in this study show that pepsin is cleaved to at least three fragments with molecular weights of ~23, ~19 and ~16kDa when the mixture of the protein and ammonium heptamolybdate tetrahydrate ((NH 4) 6Mo 7O 24·4H 2O) was incubated at 37°C for 24h. No self cleavage of pepsin occurs at 37°C, 24h indicating that the reaction is mediated by the metal ions. N-terminal sequencing of the peptide fragments indicated three cleavage sites of pepsin between Leu 112-Tyr 113, Leu 166-Leu 167 and Leu 178-Asn 179. The cleavage reaction occurs after incubation of the mixture of pepsin and (NH 4) 6Mo 7O 24·4H 2O) only for 2h. However, the specificity of the cleavage decreases when incubation time is longer than 48h. The mechanism for cleavage of pepsin is expected to be hydrolytic chemistry of the amide bonds in the protein backbone. © 2012 Elsevier Inc.
URI: https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?eid=2-s2.0-84857649490&doi=10.1016%2fj.bbrc.2012.01.147&partnerID=40&md5=137a9e75f81b8da430fd49f2231af9d3
http://ir.swu.ac.th/jspui/handle/123456789/14367
ISSN: 0006291X
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