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The database of hydrogen/deuterium exchange data on protein folding and stability

Entry STF0025

C-terminal domain of the Fas-associated death domain

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Protein information

Name of the protein: FAS-associated death domain protein
Organism: Homo sapiens (Human)
Number of residues: 100
Related UniProt entry:   Q13158 (Fragment: 93 - 192)
Related PDB entry:   1E3Y

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EARLY

Method: Quenched-flow HDX NMR

Conditions: pH 6.2; 20.0 Celsius; Probes: 24

Related publication:
 PMID 22130896

Experiment details: "15N-Fadd-DD (1 mg/ml) was denatured in 5 M deuterated GndHCl, 10 mM deuterated MES (pD 6.2), and 5 mM deuterated DTT overnight. Refolding was initiated by mixing one volume of the denatured protein solution with four volumes of water-based refolding buffer containing 10 mM MES (pH 6.2) and 5 mM DTT. The concentrations of GndHCl and protein at this point are 1 M and 0.2 mg/ml, respectively. After refolding for a specified period of time, the protein was mixed with five volumes of water-based pulsing buffer containing 50 mM glycine buffer (pH 9.8) and 5 mM DTT, thus being subjected to a high pH pulse step for 5.4 ms. This induces the amide deuterium on the protein to exchange with hydrogen in the solvent. The first three refolding times (9.9, 28.1, and 53.2 ms) were used under continuous mode, and the last five (65, 80, 120, 160, and 200 ms) were used under interrupted mode."

Protection threshold: Folding rate constants: 20.9±1.7 s(-1)

Sequence: GSHMGEEDLCAAFNVICDNVGKDWRRLARQLKVSDTKIDSIEDRYPRNLTERVRESLRIWKNTEKENATVAHLVGALRSCQMNLVADLVQEVQQARDLQNRSGA
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EARLY residues

13: F; 15: V; 17: C; 27: L; 29: R; 30: Q; 31: L; 32: K; 33: V; 41: I; 53: V; 56: S; 57: L; 59: I; 60: W; 61: K; 74: V; 75: G; 76: A; 78: R; 82: M; 86: A; 89: V; 94: Q;
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STRONG

Method: Native exchange NMR

Conditions: pH 4.8; 30.0 Celsius; Probes: all

Related publication:
 PMID 22130896

Experiment details: "In the equilibrium HX study, 15N-Fadd-DD (4 mg/ml) was buffer exchanged into 100 mM deuterated K2HPO4/50 mM deuterated citric acid and 5 mM deuterated DTT in 99.0% D2O (pD 4.8). Each HSQC spectrum was acquired every 8 h over the course of 1 week. HX rates were determined by fitting peak intensities from HSQC spectra as a function of time using a single exponential equation. The intensities of each identified peak are normalized against that in the first HSQC spectrum. The protection against exchange rate is expressed as the protection factor, which is the ratio between the sequence-specific intrinsic exchange rate for an amide proton k(int), and measured exchange rate k(ex)."

Protection threshold: amides which persist exchange for over a week

Sequence: MDPFLVLLHSVSSSLSSSELTELKFLCLGRVGKRKLERVQSGLDLFSMLLEQNDLEPGHTELLRELLASLRRHDLLRRVDDFEAGAAAGAAPGEEDLCAAFNVICDNVGKDWRRLARQLKVSDTKIDSIEDRYPRNLTERVRESLRIWKNTEKENATVAHLVGALRSCQMNLVADLVQEVQQARDLQNRSGAMSPMSWNSDASTSEAS
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STRONG residues

147: I; 148: W; 162: V; 177: V;
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MEDIUM

Method: Native exchange NMR

Conditions: pH 4.8; 30.0 Celsius; Probes: all

Related publication:
 PMID 22130896

Experiment details: "In the equilibrium HX study, 15N-Fadd-DD (4 mg/ml) was buffer exchanged into 100 mM deuterated K2HPO4/50 mM deuterated citric acid and 5 mM deuterated DTT in 99.0% D2O (pD 4.8). Each HSQC spectrum was acquired every 8 h over the course of 1 week. HX rates were determined by fitting peak intensities from HSQC spectra as a function of time using a single exponential equation. The intensities of each identified peak are normalized against that in the first HSQC spectrum. The protection against exchange rate is expressed as the protection factor, which is the ratio between the sequence-specific intrinsic exchange rate for an amide proton k(int), and measured exchange rate k(ex)."

Protection threshold: amides which persist exchange for over a day

Sequence: MDPFLVLLHSVSSSLSSSELTELKFLCLGRVGKRKLERVQSGLDLFSMLLEQNDLEPGHTELLRELLASLRRHDLLRRVDDFEAGAAAGAAPGEEDLCAAFNVICDNVGKDWRRLARQLKVSDTKIDSIEDRYPRNLTERVRESLRIWKNTEKENATVAHLVGALRSCQMNLVADLVQEVQQARDLQNRSGAMSPMSWNSDASTSEAS
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MEDIUM residues

101: F; 103: V; 105: C; 115: L; 117: R; 118: Q; 119: L; 121: V; 129: I; 141: V; 144: S; 145: L; 149: K; 163: G; 164: A; 166: R; 170: M; 174: A; 182: Q;
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