The intestinal zonula occludens toxin (ZOT) receptor recognises non-native ZOT conformers and localises to the intercellular contacts
Lee, A., White, N. and van der Walle, C. F., 2003. The intestinal zonula occludens toxin (ZOT) receptor recognises non-native ZOT conformers and localises to the intercellular contacts. FEBS Letters, 555 (3), pp. 638-642.
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A preliminary structural analysis of Vibrio cholerae zonula occludens toxin (ZOT) was made by equilibrium denaturation and circular dichroism. ZOT is a structurally unstable protein in aqueous solution (DeltaG((H2O)) 3.82 kcal/mol), the putative intra- and extracellular domains unfold co-operatively, with complete denaturation via observed conformational intermediates. Refolding of denatured ZOT is not dependent on disulphide bridge formation. Partial refolding of a maltose binding protein-ZOT fusion did not prevent its specific binding to the ZOT receptor on Caco-2 cells. Immuno-gold labelling showed that the ZOT receptor localises to the intercellular contacts between cells in a confluent monolayer. (C) 2003 Published by Elsevier B.V. on behalf of the Federation of European Biochemical Societies.
|Creators||Lee, A., White, N. and van der Walle, C. F.|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Pharmacy & Pharmacology|
|Additional Information||ID number: ISI:000187458800038|
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