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Eukaryotic Proteins Involved in or Modified by Histidine Phosphorylation

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Post Translational Modifications

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Post Translational Modifications: An Overview

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Post-translational modification

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Chemistry of Reactive Oxygen Species and Production of Reactive Aldehydes

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Conformational changes

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Download references. Reprints and Permissions. International Journal of Molecular Sciences Molecular Omics Scientific Reports Advanced search. Skip to main content. Subjects Cell signalling Pluripotency Pluripotent stem cells Post-translational modifications. Abstract Post-translational modifications PTMs are known to be essential mechanisms used by eukaryotic cells to diversify their protein functions and dynamically coordinate their signaling networks.

Introduction The ability to self-renew indefinitely and differentiate into all cells of the body makes human pluripotent stem cells hPSCs , including human embryonic stem cells hESCs and induced pluripotent stem cells hiPSCs , valuable for research and clinical applications that require specific cell types. Figure 1.

Full size image. Figure 2. Protein glycosylation in hPSCs Glycoproteins and protein glycosylation It is well known that protein glycosylation plays a critical role in the regulation of protein structure 22 , signal transduction 23 , cell-cell and cell-environment interactions 24 , 25 , 26 , immune responses 27 , 28 , hormone action 29 , cancer progression 30 and embryonic development 31 , Figure 3.

Protein phosphorylation in hPSCs Protein phosphorylation and signaling cascades Similar to protein glycosylation, protein phosphorylation is involved in the regulation of a broad spectrum of cellular processes and states. Figure 4. Figure 5. Protein methylation in hPSCs Overview of protein methylation The identity of the enzymes causing protein methylation remained unknown until the heterogeneous nuclear ribonucleoprotein hnRNP methyltransferase 1 HMT1, also known as RMT1 was first discovered in Saccharomyces cerevisiae less than 20 years ago Figure 6.

Figure 7. The oxidation of carbohydrates provides intermediates for reactions with proteins in the formation of advanced glycation end products, some of which are reactive toward protein 6. Direct protein carbonylation can be achieved through a variety of reactions. Oxidation of amino acid side chains with metals and hydrogen peroxide is known to cause the formation of semialdehyde amino acids, with the majority of these reactions occurring with lysine, arginine, and proline residues 7. Alternatively, protein carbonylation can result from an indirect mechanism involving the hydroxyl radical-mediated oxidation of lipids.

Polyunsaturated acyl chains of phospholipids or polyunsaturated fatty acids such as arachidonic acid and linoleic acid are highly susceptible to peroxidation and breakdown through non-enzymatic Hock cleavage, forming a variety of lipid-derived aldehydes and ketones 8. Lipid peroxidation products can diffuse across membranes, allowing the reactive aldehyde-containing lipids to covalently modify proteins localized throughout the cell and relatively far away from the initial site of ROS formation.

Recent studies have suggested that protein carbonylation formed from lipid-derived aldehydes is more prevalent than that formed via direct amino acid side chain oxidation 9. The cellular metabolism of lipid peroxidation products and the fates of their protein targets are diagramed in Fig. Because of the presence of electron-withdrawing functional groups, the double bond of 4-HNE or 4-ONE serves as a site for Michael addition with the sulfur atom of cysteine, the imidizole nitrogen of histidine, and, to a lesser extent, the amine nitrogen of lysine.

There is some evidence for reaction with arginine as well, albeit to a lesser extent than with lysine. Although 4-HNE has historically been the most well studied lipid peroxidation product 11 , 4-ONE is also highly reactive In the case of 4-ONE, modification of lysine residues through 1,2-addition Schiff base formation and the addition of water to the double bond can also result in ketoamide adducts In addition, oxidation by aldehyde dehydrogenase or reduction by alcohol dehydrogenase, aldehyde reductase, or aldose reductase converts free aldehydes into less toxic molecules.

The resulting aliphatic carbonyl adducts on cysteine, histidine, or lysine residues may alter the activity of protein targets or cause them to become degraded by the proteasome. A variety of antioxidant enzymes and proteins function to eliminate reactive lipid peroxidation products Lipid hydroperoxides can be reduced via peroxiredoxins and glutathione peroxidases, thereby preventing reactive aldehyde formation.

Although aldehyde dehydrogenase converts 4 R -HNE into a carboxylic acid and alcohol dehydrogenase, and aldehyde reductase and aldose reductase convert the aldehyde into the corresponding alcohol 18 — 20 , leading to markedly reduced reactivity of the lipid, a major route of detoxification is via glutathionylation by GST.

Lipid peroxidation products have been shown to have a wide variety of effects on cells in vitro depending upon the concentration utilized, and as such, interpretation of experimental results must be considered cautiously. Because the side chains of Cys, His, and Lys are often used in catalysis, the most common effect of protein carbonylation is enzyme inactivation.

The modification of the adipocyte FABP as well as the epithelial isoform by 4-HNE occurs on a conserved cysteine residue Cys , decreases the protein's affinity for fatty acids, and may contribute to obesity-linked insulin resistance 24 , The inactivation of thioredoxin and thioredoxin reductase through modification of their active-site cysteine and selenocysteine residues by 4-HNE and acrolein has been linked to dysregulation of cellular redox status and stress signaling 31 — Likewise, the inactivation of glutathione peroxidase by modification with methylglyoxal on an arginine residue at its glutathione-binding site amplifies oxidative stress by increasing peroxide levels in the cell In addition, Hsp90 and protein-disulfide isomerase have also recently been shown to be inactivated by modification with reactive aldehydes 35 , Targeted degradation of carbonylated proteins occurs via at least two different mechanisms.

The 20 S ubiquitin-independent proteasome, which degrades misfolded proteins based on its ability to detect exposed hydrophobic residues, is responsible for the degradation of many carbonylated proteins However, the 26 S proteasome has also been demonstrated to have a role in the degradation of modified proteins after they have undergone ubiquitination, as is the case for alcohol dehydrogenase Although targeted degradation minimizes the amount of carbonylated proteins during conditions of mild oxidative stress, the 4-HNE modification and inhibition of the proteasome machinery itself amplify the accumulation of modified and misfolded proteins during conditions of increased ROS Although carbonylation most typically inactivates protein targets, such modification can also result in a gain of function for certain metabolic signaling systems.

For example, transcriptional activation of antioxidant-response genes is up-regulated by protein carbonylation. Several genes containing antioxidant-responsive elements are activated by 4-HNE-linked processes. Nrf2 N F-E2- r elated f actor 2 is a central transcription factor involved in the regulation of antioxidant-responsive element-containing genes that are often activated in response to oxidative stress.

Once freed from inhibition by Keap1, Nrf2 translocates to the nucleus and activates the expression of antioxidant-responsive element-containing genes, increasing antioxidant defenses The 4-HNE modification of extracellular signal-regulated kinase ERK on His inhibits its ability to become phosphorylated and, as a result, decreases its kinase activity Reactive aldehydes have also been reported to stimulate the activities of certain kinases.

In addition, the epidermal growth factor receptor is activated by 4-HNE in the absence of ligand binding by inducing clustering and autophosphorylation However, the specific amino acid targets and mechanisms responsible for both epidermal growth factor receptor and JNK activation by 4-HNE are still unclear and warrant future investigation. The emergence of two modern ionization technologies, matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization and electrospray ionization, has enabled the direct structural analysis of aldehyde modification in single-protein models as reviewed previously 10 , Although these techniques have proven useful for investigating protein carbonylation in simple in vitro model systems, studies of these proteins do not necessarily reflect accurately their endogenous modification state.

Therefore, to better understand the role of carbonyl modifications in vivo , more advanced methods are required to characterize directly modified proteins isolated from complex biological systems. Similar to the proteomic study of other post-translational modifications to proteins, reactive carbonyl-modified components generally make up a relatively small proportion of the total proteins within a complex biological sample.

Several Metabolic Enzymes Regulated by Reversible Acetylation

Therefore, methods to enrich for this subset of modified proteins prior to MS analysis are generally necessary. Proteomic methods that have been described for carbonylated protein analysis in complex systems are summarized in supplemental Fig. Specific detection of gel-separated reactive carbonyl-containing proteins is then achieved via immunoblotting, in some cases using antibodies that directly recognize the carbonyl modification on the protein e.

In other cases, reactive carbonyls are labeled covalently with nucleophilic hydrazide- or hydrazine-based probes. These groups have highly specific reactivity with aldehydes and to a far lesser extent, other carbonyls such as ketones , forming a covalent Schiff base that can then be reduced to a highly stable carbon—nitrogen single bond.

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Many times, two gels are run in parallel, and one is immunoblotted to visualize the migration pattern of carbonylated proteins, whereas the other is stained for total protein so that spots corresponding to the locations of the carbonylated proteins can be excised, in gel-digested with trypsin, and identified by mass spectrometry. Ferrington and Kapphahn 39 identified subunits of rat liver 20 S proteasome containing HNE adducts by a similar antibody-based detection method, providing important details regarding the catalytic site-specific inhibition of the proteasome by 4-HNE. This approach was also used in the identification of in vivo 4-HNE-modified retinal proteins from young and old rat eyes, cultured ARPE19 cells, and human donor eyes An alternative method for visualizing oxidized proteins, relying on similar hydrazide chemistry, was also developed using biotinylation and avidin-fluorescein isothiocyanate affinity staining A limitation of all hydrazide-based labeling methods described above is the general reactivity of hydrazide to all reactive carbonyl modifications, precluding the identification of the exact type of carbonyl modification e.

Despite the contributions of 2DGE-based methods to proteomic studies of reactive carbonyl-modified proteins, 2DGE has a number of well described 54 limitations as a general platform for large-scale proteomic studies, including analysis of membrane and low-abundance proteins. For these methods, carbonylated proteins are enriched from complex mixtures using affinity methods outlined in blue boxes in supplemental Fig.

This general gel-free method has been used in a number of different studies. One of the first descriptions identified proteins in aged mouse brain homogenates

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