Mutagenesis of some positive and negative residues occurring in repeat triad residues in the ADP/ATP carrier from yeast

Veronika Müller, Dörthe Heidkämper, David Nelson, Martin Klingenberg

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In AAC2 from Saccharomyces cerevisiae, nine additional charged residues (six positive, three negative) were neutralized by mutagenesis following the previous mutation of six arginines. Oxidative phosphorylation (OxPhos) in cells and mitochondria, the expression level of AAC protein, and the various transport modes of AAC in the reconstituted system were measured. Mutations are: within the first helix at K38A which is exclusive for AAC; K48A, and R152A, part of a positive triad occurring in the matrix portion of each repeat; two matrix lysines, K179M and K1821, and the negative triad helix- terminating residues, E45G, D149S, D249S. Cellular ATP synthesis (OxPhos) is nearly completely inhibited in K48A, R152A, D149S, and D249S, but still amounts to 10% in K38A and between 30% and 90% in the gly+ mutants K179M, K179I + K182I, and E45G. Comparison of the AAC content measured by ELISA and the binding of [3H]CAT and [3H]BKA reveals discrepancies in K48A, D149S, and D249S mitochondria, which provide evidence that these mutations largely abolish inhibitor binding. Also these mitochondria have undetectable OxPhos. Differently in K38A, CAT and BKA binding are retained at high AAC levels but OxPhos is very low. This reveals a special functional role of K38, different from the more structural role of R152, K48, D149, and D249. Transport activity was measured with reconstituted AAC. The electroneutral ADP/ADP exchange of gly- mutants is largely or fully suppressed in K48A, D149S, and D249S. K38A and R152A are still active at 18% and 30% of wt. The other three exchange modes, ATP/ADP, ADP/ATP, and ATP/ATP, are nearly suppressed in all gly- mutants but remain high in gly+ mutants. ATP-linked modes are higher than the ADP/ADP mode in gly+ but lower in gly- mutants, resulting in an exchange mode inversion (EMI). In the competition for AAC2 transport capacity, the weak ATP exporting modes are suppressed by the much stronger unproductive ADP/ADP mode causing inhibition of OxPhos. Together with previous results all members of three charge triads are now mutagenized, revealing drastic functional rotatory asymmetries within the three repeat domains. In the intrahelical arginine triad the third (R294A), in the positive matrix triad the second (R152A), and in the helix-terminating negative triad the first (E45G) still show high activity.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)16008-16018
Number of pages11
JournalBiochemistry
Volume36
Issue number50
DOIs
StatePublished - Dec 16 1997

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ATP Translocases Mitochondrial ADP
Mutagenesis
Yeast
Adenosine Diphosphate
Yeasts
Oxidative Phosphorylation
Adenosine Triphosphate
Mitochondria
Mutation
Arginine
Protein Transport
Lysine
Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay

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Mutagenesis of some positive and negative residues occurring in repeat triad residues in the ADP/ATP carrier from yeast. / Müller, Veronika; Heidkämper, Dörthe; Nelson, David; Klingenberg, Martin.

In: Biochemistry, Vol. 36, No. 50, 16.12.1997, p. 16008-16018.

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Müller, Veronika ; Heidkämper, Dörthe ; Nelson, David ; Klingenberg, Martin. / Mutagenesis of some positive and negative residues occurring in repeat triad residues in the ADP/ATP carrier from yeast. In: Biochemistry. 1997 ; Vol. 36, No. 50. pp. 16008-16018.
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