(1997) Biochim. The ankle is thought to protrude from the membrane so as to be predominantly in the aqueous phase (the matrix side of the mitochondrial membrane, - the N-phase (protochemically negative)), and contains the binding site for NAD(H), and the input electron transfer chain. We propose that the first high‐resolution bacterial NDH‐2 structure present here will provide a framework for structure‐based drug design and ultimately the identification of high‐affinity (nM) inhibitors of NDH‐2. Transcriptome analysis of Azospirillum brasilense vegetative and cyst states reveals large-scale alterations in metabolic and replicative gene expression. The mass range between 1000 and 25 000 was calibrated on a 5 peptide/protein calibration mix and the mass range between 20 000 and 100 000 m/z on the BSA 1+ and 2+ ions (66 000 and 33 000 m/z). Molecular replacement and auto‐model building was performed employing using Phaser (McCoy et al., 2007). Diffraction data were processed using XDS (Kabsch, 2010). Monotopic Membrane Proteins Join the Fold. Dehydrogenase catalyzes the oxidation of the substrate by transferring two electrons and proton in the form of hydride ion (H-) onto C-4 of nicotinamide group NAD+and NADP+. FAD/NADH Dependent Oxidoreductases: From Different Amino Acid Sequences to Similar Protein Shapes for Playing an Ancient Function. The position of this linker at the cytoplasm/membrane interface, its proximity to the quinone binding site and its role connecting two regions of the protomer suggests that it may play an important structural role in quinone binding. The wild‐type enzyme had Km and Vmax values of 36 μM and 331 μ moles NADH oxidized min−1 (mg protein)−1 respectively (Fig. To visualize the ligand bound structure of NDH‐2, we attempted to introduce NADH and quinone molecules into crystals through co‐crystallization and soaking experiments. These data, and the high sequence similarity of the C. thermarum NDH‐2 to that of NDH‐2 enzymes from bacterial pathogens (Fig. All members of the NDH-1 group analyzed to date are multiple polypeptide enzymes and contain noncovalently bound FMN and iron-sulfur clusters as prosthetic groups. Each monomeric unit is shown in cyan and yellow for NDH‐2 and Ndi1 and yellow, cyan and light green in the case of the trimeric SQR. Ndi1 homodimerizes through its unique C‐terminal domain and the packing of the monomeric units creates a large hydrophobic surface on one side (the membrane‐anchor) and a hydrophilic groove on the other (Feng et al., 2012; Iwata et al., 2012) (Fig. 16. Co‐crystallization with co‐enzyme Q2, decylubiqinone and 1,4‐napthoquinone was successful, but these crystals diffracted poorly and structural determination was therefore not possible. The major entry point is the transfer of electrons from NADH (oxidation) to a quinone such as ubiquinone or menaquinone. The 7-phenyl benzoxaborole series is active against Mycobacterium tuberculosis. In contrast, Feng et al. (1997), 265, 409-418. Four NDH‐2 molecules were found in the asymmetric unit, which packed as two dimers (Fig. NADH initially binds to NADH dehydrogenase, and transfers two electrons to the flavin mononucleotide (FMN) prosthetic group of complex I, creating FMNH 2. Ligands are shown as sticks. . Two uptake hydrogenases differentially interact with the aerobic respiratory chain during mycobacterial growth and persistence. The FAD prosthetic group in mammalian succinate dehydrogenase was found to be covalently affixed to protein at the 8 a-position through the linkage of 3-position of histidine (102,103). was funded by PhD scholarships from the University of Otago. The ring is held by hydrogen bonding from main chain nitrogens of A316 and Q317, and the side‐chain of K376 (Fig. Members of the NADH dehydrogenase family and analogues are commonly systematically named using the format NADH:acceptor oxidoreductase. The first enzyme in the electron transfer chain, NADH:ubiquinone oxidoreductase (or complex I), is the subject of this review. In this communication we report the first high‐resolution structure of NDH‐2 from the thermoalkaliphilic bacterium Caldalkalibacillus thermarum strain TA2.A1, providing a molecular framework for the development of inhibitors of the bacterial enzyme. In bacteria, NDH‐2 enzymes are associated with the cytoplasmic side of the cell membrane. AbstractThe sodium-transport respiratory chain NADH:quinone reductase of a marine bacterium, Vibrio alginolyti-cus, is composed of three protein subunits, α,β and γ. Journal of the American Chemical Society. Succinate dehydrogenase, the only membrane-bound enzyme in the Citric acid cycle. 5A). Only the Ndi1 dimer serves to consolidate the amphipathic contributions from each monomer into a single more extensive region (Fig. Rosetta was used to create the optimal molecular replacement model from the yeast Ndi1 structure (PDB 4G6G) (DiMaio et al., 2011). In Silico Discovery of a Substituted 6-Methoxy-quinalidine with Leishmanicidal Activity in Leishmania infantum. The FAD molecule is intimately associated with the protein, making hydrogen bonded interactions with the main chain carbonyl oxygen of V81, the main chain nitrogen of G12 and the side‐chain nitrogen atom of N265 to the nitrogen of adenosine, and from the main chain nitrogens of Y13, G14 and D299, and the side‐chain oxygen of T45 to the pyrophosphate group (Fig. COOT (Emsley et al., 2010) was used for model building and PyMOL (Delano, 2006) for molecular structure figures. Purification and Characterization of NDH-2 Protein and Elucidating Its Role in Extracellular Electron Transport and Bioelectrogenic Activity. The close homology of sequences, function, and prosthetic groups shows a common ancestry. The NDH‐2 structure (with no NADH or quinone bound) was solved by molecular replacement at 2.5 Å resolution (Table 1 and Fig. 1). Unprecedented mode of action of phenothiazines as ionophores unravelled by an NDH-2 bioelectrochemical assay platform. NDH-1 and NDH-2 Plastoquinone Reductases in Oxygenic Photosynthesis. The RSc0454-Encoded FAD-Linked Oxidase Is Indispensable for Pathogenicity in In particular two conserved glutamine residues (Q394 and Q398) occupy very similar positions. Structural analysis of Ndi1 (Feng et al., 2012), Aquifex aeolicus sulphide:quinone oxidoreductase (SQR) (Marcia et al., 2009) and C. thermarum NDH‐2 revealed three different spatial arrangements of membrane‐anchoring regions (Fig. . C‐terminally hexa‐histidine tagged NDH‐2 was predicted to have a molecular weight of 44 481.0 Da (ExPASy ProtParam) and was determined experimentally to be 44 444.8 Da by LC‐MS after samples were re‐buffered either by drying and re‐solubilization in 30% (v/v) ACN (acetonitrile) and 0.1% (v/v) TFA (trifluoroacetic acid) in water or by ZipTip‐purification on C18 material. The membrane‐anchoring domain is highlighted in magenta. Improving electron trans-inner membrane movements in microbial electrocatalysts. The reduced FADH 2 of E 3 transfers a hydride ion to NAD +, forming NADH. Journal of Bioenergetics and Biomembranes. (2012) a conformational change of the regions (in red ovals) around the conserved glutamine residue (Q317/Q394 in NDH‐2/Ndi1 respectively) and the first beta strand of the membrane‐anchoring domain (magenta) would be required. S2C). Type II NADH:quinone oxidoreductase family: phylogenetic distribution, structural diversity and evolutionary divergences. Biochemical studies of membrane bound Plasmodium falciparum mitochondrial L-malate:quinone oxidoreductase, a potential drug target. Recently the E. coli proline:ubiquinone PutA enzyme was shown to exhibit strong evidence for a two‐site ping‐pong mechanism and it has been previously reported that many oxidoreductase enzymes display two‐site ping‐pong kinetics (Coughlan and Rajagopalan, 1980; Moxley et al., 2011) implying that this mechanism is a conserved feature of this class of enzyme. S5B, Table S2). Whether the enzyme can function as a dimer (in vitro and in vivo) remains to be determined, but the same homodimeric organization between monomers is seen in two separate crystal forms (Fig. The difference between the structures of the yeast Ndi1 and bacterial NDH‐2 dimers suggests that the interaction with the membrane may differ in the two enzymes. The first quinone molecule (orange stick), close to FAD, readily fits in the putative quinone binding site of bacterial NDH‐2. No structural information exists for the bacterial NDH‐2 leading to a paucity of basic knowledge regarding the topology and oligomeric state of the enzyme. The CCP4 suite was employed for scaling of the data (Bailey, 1994). 4). 6). S5B), whereas the Q317A/Q321A mutant had a lower affinity for 1,4‐naphthoquinone with an apparent Km of 75 μM (Fig. Consistent with the C‐terminal helices of Ndi1, surface‐exposed side‐chains are enriched with both hydrophobic and positively charged residues in bacterial NDH‐2 thus facilitating membrane localization (Fig. NQR complex, a bacterial proton pump with roles in autopoisoning resistance C. Quinone molecules adapted from the yeast Ndi1 structure (PDB 4G73). C. FAD. D. NADPH. The electron acceptor - the isoalloxazine ring - of FMN is identical to that of FAD . ... What is the prosthetic group and the reaction catalyzed by pyruvate dehydrogenase? Structurally conserved loop (linker) region separating membrane and cytosolic sides of the bacterial NDH‐2 molecule. In Escherichia coli, the pentose phosphate pathway is one of the main sources of NADPH. The sub-complex can be further dissociated into a flavoprotein and an iron protein. 2). In order to generate the quinone binding site mutant we followed the plasmid mutagenesis protocol described by Liu and Naismith (2008). A closely related set of sequences is found in chloroplasts; genes for 11 of the 14 minimal subunits are found in the plastid DNA of plants and in the genome of cyanobacteria. Primers, ndh2FLFw (5′‐AAATTTCCATGGGCAAACCAAGCATTGT‐3′) and ndh2FLRv (5′‐GTCGACTCAATGGTGATGGTGATGGTGAAAACGCCCTTTTTTC‐3′) were used to generate full‐length ndh2 with a hexa‐histidine tag introduced onto the C‐terminal end. S2E). Mutations in this complex are associated with many disease conditions, including LEBER HEREDITARY OPTIC NEUROPATHY, MELAS SYNDROME, and ALTZHEIMER'S DISEASE. A. The isoalloxazine ring of the FAD is located at the three‐way intersection of the FAD‐binding tunnel, the NADH‐binding cleft and the quinone‐binding tunnel (Fig. This strongly supports the proposed dimeric structural organization (Fig. Small Molecules Targeting Mycobacterium tuberculosis Type II NADH Dehydrogenase Exhibit Antimycobacterial Activity. The ± 5 kT/e electrostatic surface potentials of NDH‐2 and Ndi1 reveal similar charged tunnels associated with the likely site for quinone entry into the active site from the membrane (negative in red, uncharged in white and positive in blue). 7A). Iwata et al. FMN is a tightly bound prosthetic group of the dehydrogenase enzyme, and it is reduced to FMNH 2 by the two reducing equivalents derived from NADH: NADH + H + + E - FMN ⇌ NAD + + E - FMNH 2 The electrons from FMNH 2 are transferred to the next electron carrier, coenzyme Q, via the iron–sulfur centers of the NADH-CoQ reductase. Bacteroides fragilis B. Biophys. Biophys. Equally unclear is why some bacteria preferentially use non‐proton pumping NDH‐2 instead of proton‐pumping NDH‐1 when both enzyme complexes are present in the genome. The enzyme complex is now ready for another catalytic cycle. In the yeast Ndi1 structure, two glutamine residues (Q394 and Q398) are part of the quinone‐binding tunnel and equivalent glutamines in the bacterial NDH‐2 (Q317 and Q321) occupy similar positions (Fig. Sequence comparison together with further analysis of the NDH‐2 structures identified a novel motif in the putative quinone binding site (Fig. Purified NDH‐2 (0.1 μg) and quinone were added to 1 ml pre‐warmed reaction buffer (50 mM Tris‐HCl pH 8.0, 150 mM NaCl) in a 1 cm path length quartz cuvette and incubated for 30 s prior to the reaction being initiated by addition of NADH. Revealing the Membrane-Bound Catalytic Oxidation of NADH by the Drug Target Type-II NADH Dehydrogenase. The first (residues 2–109 and 263–345 in cyan) and second (110–262 in gold) Rossmann fold domains and the C‐terminal membrane‐anchoring domain (346–398 in magenta) are shown as a ribbon diagram. A. Schematic representation of ligand binding sites. The Small RNA ncS35 Regulates Growth in Burkholderia cenocepacia J2315. Hofhaus, G., Weiss, H. and Leonard, K. (1991): Electron microscopic analysis of the peripheral and the membrane parts of mitochondrial NADH dehydrogenase (Complex I). Two classes of NADH dehydrogenase exist in bacteria: the proton- or sodium-pumping multisubunit NADH-1 enzyme complex, usually comprising up to 14 Nuo (NuoA-N) subunits (Schneider et al., 2008); or NADH-2, which is a nonproton-translocating, single subunit enzyme encoded by the ndh gene. S3). Unlike most other TCA cycle enzymes, Succinic Dehydrogenase involves the participation of $\ce{FAD}$ rather than $\ce{NAD}$ and that is a consequence of its specific structure. The resulting PCR products were restriction digested with NcoI and SalI and cloned into pTRC99a, digested with NcoI and SalI. 7C). NDH‐2 is widespread in bacteria, and is found in the mitochondria of fungi, plants and some protists. Left panels show the membrane‐facing surfaces of C. thermarum NDH‐2, S. cerevisiae Ndi1 (PBD 4G74) and A. aeolicus SQR (PDB 3HYW) in ribbon representation (A, B and C respectively). NADH dehydrogenase (complex I) Succinate coenzyme Q reductase (complex II) Coenzyme Q (CoQ) (also called ubiquinone) Cytochrome bc1 complex (complex III) Cytochrome c (Cyt c) Cytochrome oxidase (complex IV) NADH binds complex I & passes 2 electrons to a flavin momonucleotide (FMN) prosthetic group. An aliquot of 0.8 μl was then spotted onto a MALDI sample plate (Opti‐TOF 384‐well plate, Applied Biosystems, USA) and air‐dried. GMI1000 In the bacterial NDH‐2 structure, the isoalloxazine ring of FAD blocks the quinone‐binding tunnel (Fig. The overall structures of the bacterial NDH‐2 and the Ndi1 yeast protomer were similar (Fig. The line approximately separates the inner cytoplasmic side and the membrane anchoring side of the NDH‐2 molecule. Lanthanide-Dependent Regulation of Methylotrophy in Methylobacterium aquaticum Strain 22A. In bacteria, NDH‐2 enzymes are associated with the cytoplasmic side of the cell membrane. S2D, inset). One microlitre of sample was pre‐mixed with 1 μl of matrix [10 mg per ml alpha cyano‐4‐hydroxycinnamic acid (CHCA) dissolved in 65% (v/v) aqueous acetonitrile containing 0.1% (v/v) TFA]. Truncation of NDH‐2 at position 379, removing the C‐terminal amphipathic helices, resulted in NDH‐2 being found in the cytoplasm rather than the membrane and caused a dramatic reduction in the flavin content of the enzyme (Fig. B. Soaking of crystals in the presence of co‐enzyme Q2 (0.1 and 0.2 mM) or 1,4‐napthoquinone (0.5 mM) or decylubiqinone (1 mM) was also performed. S3). For the pTRCndhtrun379 construct, the truncated NDH‐2 was found in the cytoplasmic fraction. Alternative NAD(P)H dehydrogenase and alternative oxidase: Proposed physiological roles in animals. In contrast, α5 lies at the dimer interface in NDH‐2 (Fig. Membrane Protein Structures for Rational Antimicrobial Drug Design, Mean (I) half‐set correlation CC(1/2) (outer shell). Escherichia coli supplemented with 100 μg ml−1 ampicillin. The zwitterionic detergent CHAPS (Glycon Bioch. Guénebaut, V., Vincentelli, R., Mills, D., Weiss, H. & Leonard, K. (1997) Three-dimensional structure of NADH-dehydrogenase from Neurospora crassa by electron microscopy and conical tilt reconstruction. In Ndi1, dimerization of two monomers serves to condense the C‐terminal domains into one large membrane‐anchoring structure. Apoptosis-inducing Factor (AIF) and Its Family Member Protein, AMID, Are Rotenone-sensitive NADH:Ubiquinone Oxidoreductases (NDH-2). Targeting bacterial energetics to produce new antimicrobials. The first glutamine (Q317) is located near the FAD isoalloxazine ring, where the aromatic ring of the first quinone rests in the Ndi1 structure (Feng et al., 2012). The lack of NDH‐2 in mammalian mitochondria and its essentiality in important bacterial pathogens suggests these enzymes may represent a potential new drug target to combat microbial pathogens. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Bioenergetics. NADH dehydrogenase removes two hydrogen atoms from the substrate and donates the hydride ion (H –) to NAD + forming NADH and H + is released in the solution. Please note: The publisher is not responsible for the content or functionality of any supporting information supplied by the authors. The dimeric structure is essentially identical in two crystals forms as comparison of the two, one in space group P21 and the other in space group C2221, shows a RMSD of 0.63 Å when superposed. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. S2C). Funding for travel to the Australian Synchrotron was provided by the New Zealand Synchrotron Group. There are now 420 unique membrane protein structures (from 1298 structures) in the PDB and of these, there are only 31 unique monotopic membrane protein structures (http://blanco.biomol.uci.edu/mpstruc/). Iwata et al. We determined the role of the NADH dehydrogenase enzymes in aerobic growth. FMN is a tightly bound prosthetic group of the dehydrogenase enzyme, and it is reduced to FMNH 2 by the two reducing equivalents derived from NADH: Abbreviated Prosthetic group Pyruvate Dehydrogenase E1 Thiamine pyrophosphate Dihydrolipoyl Transacetylase E2 Lipoamide (vitamin-like compound, can be produced by human body) coenzyme, but not a vitamin Dihydrolipoyl Dehydrogenase E3 FAD • Regulation of PDH Complex • Product inhibition by NADH and acetyl coA: o NADH competes with NAD+ for binding to E3 o Acetyl coA competes with CoA … Work is ongoing to co‐crystallize the enzyme with quinone and NADH to unambiguously define its catalytic mechanism. The fidelity of all constructs was confirmed by DNA sequence analysis. To determine the Vmax and apparent Km for NADH and quinone (e.g. To determine the identity of the cofactor bound to NDH‐2, we performed thin‐layer chromatography (TLC) and fluorescence analysis. 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