A Docking Model Based on Mass Spectrometric and Biochemical Data Describes Phage Packaging Motor Incorporation
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- A Docking Model Based on Mass Spectrometric and Biochemical Data Describes Phage Packaging Motor Incorporation
- Fu, Chi-yu; Uetrecht, Charlotte; Kang, Sebyung; Morais, Marc C.; Heck, Albert J. R.; Walter, Mark R.; Prevelige, Peter E., Jr.
- CHEMICAL CROSS-LINKING; SCAFFOLDING PROTEIN; ELECTRON-MICROSCOPY; BACTERIOPHAGE PHI-29; STRUCTURAL GENOMICS; INTERNAL FORCE; PORTAL VERTEX; DNA; COMPLEXES; ASSEMBLIES
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- AMER SOC BIOCHEMISTRY MOLECULAR BIOLOGY INC
- MOLECULAR & CELLULAR PROTEOMICS, v.9, no.8, pp.1764 - 1773
- The molecular mechanism of scaffolding protein-mediated incorporation of one and only one DNA packaging motor/connector dodecamer at a unique vertex during lambdoid phage assembly has remained elusive because of the lack of structural information on how the connector and scaffolding proteins interact. We assembled and characterized a phi 29 connector-scaffolding complex, which can be incorporated into procapsids during in vitro assembly. Native mass spectrometry revealed that the connector binds at most 12 scaffolding molecules, likely organized as six dimers. A data-driven docking model, using input from chemical cross-linking and mutagenesis data, suggested an interaction between the scaffolding protein and the exterior of the wide domain of the connector dodecamer. The connector binding region of the scaffolding protein lies upstream of the capsid binding region located at the C terminus. This arrangement allows the C terminus of scaffolding protein within the complex to both recruit capsid subunits and mediate the incorporation of the single connector vertex.
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