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The polypyrimidine tract binding protein (PTB) is a 58 kDa protein involved in many aspects of RNA metabolism. In this study, we focused our attention on the structure of the two C-terminal RNA recognition motifs (RRM3 and RRM4) of PTB. In a previous study, it was found that the two RRMs are independent in the free state. We recently determined the… (More)
Gene-inactivation studies point to the involvement of OxyB in catalyzing the first oxidative phenol coupling reaction during glycopeptide antibiotic biosynthesis. The oxyB gene has been cloned and sequenced from the vancomycin producer Amycolatopsis orientalis, and the hemoprotein has been produced in Escherichia coli, crystallized, and its structure… (More)
Macrocyclic Organo-Peptide Hybrids (MOrPHs) can be prepared from genetically encoded polypeptides via a chemoselective and catalyst-free reaction between a trifunctional oxyamino/amino-thiol synthetic precursor and an intein-fusion protein incorporating a bioorthogonal keto group.
BACKGROUND Myoglobin is a muscular tissue protein, and it is a very early damage index. As the newborn "thin mass" is less than that of the adult and knowing the renal dynamics of this protein clearance, the authors have analyzed the correlation between myoglobinemia and transitory renal failure, which is frequently present in newborns with fetal distress.… (More)
Macrocycles constitute an attractive structural class of molecules for targeting biomolecular interfaces with high affinity and specificity. Here, we report systematic studies aimed at exploring the scope and mechanism of a novel chemo-biosynthetic strategy for generating macrocyclic organo-peptide hybrids (MOrPHs) through a dual oxime-/intein-mediated… (More)
OxyB is a cytochrome P450 enzyme that catalyzes the first phenol coupling reaction during the biosynthesis of vancomycin-like glycopeptide antibiotics. The phenol coupling reaction occurs on a linear peptide intermediate linked as a C-terminal thioester to a peptide carrier protein (PCP) domain within the multidomain glycopeptide nonribosomal peptide… (More)
A method for attaching the vancomycin aglycone to a peptide carrier domain (PCD) is reported which involves reacting the apo-PCD produced in Escherichia coli with vancomycin aglycone-coenzyme A thioester, catalyzed by the phosphopantetheinyl transferase Sfp from Bacillus subtilis.