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BMRB Entry 16392

Title: NMR relaxation data for the beta-lactamase TEM-1   PubMed: 16981701

Authors: Gagne, Stephane; Savard, Pierre-Yves

Citation: Savard, Pierre-Yves; Gagne, Stephane. "Backbone dynamics of TEM-1 determined by NMR: evidence for a highly ordered protein"  Biochemistry 45, 11414-11424 (2006).

Assembly members:
TEM-1, polymer, 286 residues, 28834.9 Da.

Natural source:   Common Name: E. coli   Taxonomy ID: 562   Superkingdom: Eubacteria   Kingdom: not available   Genus/species: Escherichia coli

Experimental source:   Production method: recombinant technology   Host organism: Escherichia coli

Entity Sequences (FASTA):
TEM-1: MSIQHFRVALIPFFAAFCLP VFAHPGTLVKVKDAEDQLGA RVGYIELDLNSGKILESFRP EERFPMMSTFKVLLCGAVLS RVDAGQEQLGRRIHYSQNDL VEYSPVTEKHLTDGMTVREL CSAAITMSDNTAANLLLTTI GGPKELTAFLHNMGDHVTRL DRWEPELNEAIPNDERDTTM PAAMATTLRKLLTGELLTLA SRQQLIDWMEADKVAGPLLR SALPAGWFIADKSGAGERGS RGIIAALGPDGKPSRIVVIY TTGSQATMDERNRQIAEIGA SLIKHW

Data typeCount
heteronuclear NOE values375
order parameters182
T1 relaxation values602
T2 relaxation values602

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Assembly:

Entity Assembly IDEntity NameEntity ID
1TEM-11

Entities:

Entity 1, TEM-1 286 residues - 28834.9 Da.

The numbering is sequential from 26 to 288. The first 23 residues constitute a signal peptide cleaved in the mature protein. The numbering starts at 26 in order to give number 70 to the catalytic serine. There is no gap in the numbering scheme used here.

1   METSERILEGLNHISPHEARGVALALALEU
2   ILEPROPHEPHEALAALAPHECYSLEUPRO
3   VALPHEALAHISPROGLYTHRLEUVALLYS
4   VALLYSASPALAGLUASPGLNLEUGLYALA
5   ARGVALGLYTYRILEGLULEUASPLEUASN
6   SERGLYLYSILELEUGLUSERPHEARGPRO
7   GLUGLUARGPHEPROMETMETSERTHRPHE
8   LYSVALLEULEUCYSGLYALAVALLEUSER
9   ARGVALASPALAGLYGLNGLUGLNLEUGLY
10   ARGARGILEHISTYRSERGLNASNASPLEU
11   VALGLUTYRSERPROVALTHRGLULYSHIS
12   LEUTHRASPGLYMETTHRVALARGGLULEU
13   CYSSERALAALAILETHRMETSERASPASN
14   THRALAALAASNLEULEULEUTHRTHRILE
15   GLYGLYPROLYSGLULEUTHRALAPHELEU
16   HISASNMETGLYASPHISVALTHRARGLEU
17   ASPARGTRPGLUPROGLULEUASNGLUALA
18   ILEPROASNASPGLUARGASPTHRTHRMET
19   PROALAALAMETALATHRTHRLEUARGLYS
20   LEULEUTHRGLYGLULEULEUTHRLEUALA
21   SERARGGLNGLNLEUILEASPTRPMETGLU
22   ALAASPLYSVALALAGLYPROLEULEUARG
23   SERALALEUPROALAGLYTRPPHEILEALA
24   ASPLYSSERGLYALAGLYGLUARGGLYSER
25   ARGGLYILEILEALAALALEUGLYPROASP
26   GLYLYSPROSERARGILEVALVALILETYR
27   THRTHRGLYSERGLNALATHRMETASPGLU
28   ARGASNARGGLNILEALAGLUILEGLYALA
29   SERLEUILELYSHISTRP

Samples:

sample_1: TEM-1, [U-99% 15N], 0.7 mM; DSS 0.1 mM; sodium azide 0.1%; potassium phosphate 25 mM; imidazole 4.0 mM

sample_conditions_1: ionic strength: 0.05 M; pH: 6.6; pressure: 1 atm; temperature: 303.15 K

Experiments:

NameSampleSample stateSample conditions
15N-T1sample_1isotropicsample_conditions_1
15N-T1sample_1isotropicsample_conditions_1
15N-T1sample_1isotropicsample_conditions_1
15N-T2sample_1isotropicsample_conditions_1
15N-T2sample_1isotropicsample_conditions_1
15N-T2sample_1isotropicsample_conditions_1
1H-15N-NOEsample_1isotropicsample_conditions_1
1H-15N-NOEsample_1isotropicsample_conditions_1

Software:

VNMR v6.1C, Varian - collection

NMRView v5.2.2, Johnson, One Moon Scientific - chemical shift assignment, peak picking

ModelFree v4.16, Palmer - data analysis

NMRPipe, Delaglio, Grzesiek, Vuister, Zhu, Pfeifer and Bax - processing

NMRDraw, Delaglio, Grzesiek, Vuister, Zhu, Pfeifer and Bax - processing

NMR spectrometers:

  • Varian INOVA 600 MHz
  • Varian INOVA 800 MHz
  • Varian INOVA 500 MHz

Related Database Links:

PDB
DBJ BAA00795 BAA03488 BAA12825 BAA14388 BAA19239
EMBL CAA04868 CAA05682 CAA05685 CAA05686 CAA05689
GB AAA24057 AAA25053 AAA32208 AAA53119 AAA53121
PIR S60310 S60312 T51301
PRF 2018199A
REF NP_052173 NP_569411 NP_608310 NP_758767 NP_775035
SP P62593 P62594 Q48406
TPE CAJ85677