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5.07.2.2.2

Structure

Human FMOs are FAD-containing flavoproteins comprising 532–558 amino acids (i.e., 60–65kDa proteins). Two glycine-rich motifs forming part of the Rossman folds for NADPH and FAD binding are found in the N-terminal half of the enzyme. The C-terminal portion is pronouncedly hydrophobic and may represent a membrane anchor domain. However, deletion of this hydrophobic region has generally been accompanied by loss of enzyme activity and crystallization of the protein has yet to be accomplished. Homology models based on soluble GSH reductase and/or phenylacetone monooxygenase may hold promise in the interim for visualizing some aspects of FMO structure.

Cordelia Bolle, in Plant Transcription Factors , 2016

Abstract

The GRAS protein family is present not only in all higher plant species, but also in lower plants and at least one alga. Recently, it has been shown that bacterial proteins, belonging to the Rossmann-fold SAM-dependent methyltransferases, cluster with GRAS proteins. GRAS proteins are involved in many diverse signaling and developmental processes and play an important role in transcriptional control. The GRAS domain itself is highly conserved with several nearly invariant amino acids and a strict spatial distribution, suggesting the importance of these amino acids for a conserved function. In higher plants about 15 clades of GRAS proteins can be discriminated, but not all of them are present in all plant species, suggesting that adaptive processes probably played a role in the establishment and maintenance of specific clades and the numbers of members within each.

Arcady R. Mushegian, in Foundations of Comparative Genomics , 2007

But let us now count the occurrences of two representative classes of each superfold in different genomes: For example, yeast and archaea have almost the same numbers, but different percentages, of the Rossmann-fold S-adenosyl L-methionine (SAM)-dependent methyltransferases (respectively, 30 and 31, accounting for 0.4 and 1% of all genes in these genomes), and very different numbers and frequencies of another class of SAM-binding proteins, namely TIM barrel SAM-radical enzymes (respectively 5 and 24; Kozbial and Mushegian, 2005 ). At this level, designability must have very little to do with the observed counts of these protein families; selection for function may have played a more important role. Thus, the reasons for the existence of superfolds may be complex.

Gretchen A. Repasky 1 , ... Channing J. Der 2 4 5 , in Handbook of Cell Signaling (Second Edition) , 2010

Biochemistry

R-Ras proteins share 46–67 percent amino acid identity with each other, and 52–55 percent amino acid identity with H-Ras ( Figure 214.2b ), primarily in the consensus guanine nucleotide binding motifs and the switch I and II regions of Ras that alter conformation based on the bound guanine nucleotide (GTP or GDP), permitting function as GDP/GTP-regulated molecular switches ( Figure 214.2a ) [9] . These strong sequence similarities account for the fact that Ras and R-Ras proteins are regulated by an overlapping set of guanine nucleotide exchange factors (GEFs) and GTPase activating proteins (GAPs) ( Table 214.1 ) [10] . Like Ras, GTP-bound R-Ras is the active form, and mutations at positions analogous to those found in tumor-associated mutant Ras proteins (amino acids 12 and 61) also produce constitutively activated R-Ras GTPases. Finally, like Ras, effectors of R-Ras proteins typically contain Ras-binding (RBD) or Ras-association (RA) domains that are responsible for their preferential binding to the GTP-bound conformation.

Like Ras, R-Ras proteins contain a carboxyl-terminal CAAX tetrapeptide motif that directs posttranslational modifications, including the covalent addition of an isoprenoid lipid, which promotes the association of R-Ras proteins with the inner face of the plasma membrane [11] ( Figure 214.3 ). However, whereas Ras proteins are modified by a C15 farnesyl isoprenoid, R-Ras proteins are modified by the more hydrophobic C20 geranylgeranyl isoprenoids [12] . Isoprenoid modification of Ras and R-Ras proteins is essential for biological function. Consequently, inhibitors (FTIs) of the enzyme farnesyltransferase, which catalyzes the modification of Ras proteins, have been developed as inhibitors of oncogenic Ras function and are under clinical evaluation as anti-neoplastic drugs. Similarly, inhibitors (GGTIs) of the enzyme geranylgeranyltransferase I, which catalyzes the modification of R-Ras proteins, have also been developed, and have shown anti-tumor activity in preclinical studies [13] . TC21 can also be modified by farnesyltransferase [14] . The remaining two CAAX-signaled modifications, Rce1-catalyzed removal of the AAX peptide and Icmt-catalyzed carboxylmethylation of the prenylated cysteine residue, are also being considered for therapeutic intervention [15] .

Second, the largest families of paralogs seem to be domain specific. In almost every prokaryotic (bacterial or archaeal) proteome, the 10 largest families include Walker-type ATPases/GTPases, permeases, helix–turn–helix transcription factors, and Rossmann-fold enzymes that bind nucleotide cofactors (including NAD/NADP-dependent and FAD-dependent oxidoreductases, SAM-dependent methyltransferases, nucleosidediphosphosugar transferases, and a few other families). On the other hand, the top 10 list in eukaryotes includes the serine/threonine/tyrosine/lipid kinase superfamily, various classes of regulatory proteins with cysteine finger motifs, and, in multicellular species, Iglike domains and other modules involved in protein-protein interactions—none of which are prominent in prokaryotes. There are also species-specific expansions of individual families, such as Fe–S oxidoreductases in or proteinases of the S1 clan in Other families may experience lineage-specific reduction; for example, odorant receptor families are large in species that use olfactory communication often, such as C. or mouse, but in humans most of the paralogs are functionally inactivated ( Zozulia , 2001 ).

Lakshminarayan M. Iyer, ... L. Aravind, in Progress in Molecular Biology and Translational Science , 2011

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