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Titolo: An NMR portrait of functional and dysfunctional allosteric cooperativity in cAMP-dependent protein kinase A
Autori: Olivieri, Cristina
Walker, Caitlin
Manu, V S
Porcelli, Fernando 
Taylor, Susan S
Bernlohr, David A
Veglia, Gianluigi
Data pubblicazione: 2023
The cAMP-dependent protein kinase A (PKA) is the archetypical eukaryotic kinase. The catalytic subunit (PKA-C) structure is highly conserved among the AGC-kinase family. PKA-C is a bilobal enzyme with a dynamic N-lobe, harboring the ATP binding site and a more rigid helical C-lobe. The substrate-binding groove resides at the interface of the two lobes. A distinct feature of PKA-C is the positive binding cooperativity between nucleotide and substrate. Several PKA-C mutations lead to the development of adenocarcinomas, myxomas, and other rare forms of liver tumors. NMR spectroscopy shows that these mutations disrupt the allosteric communication between the two lobes, causing a drastic decrease in binding cooperativity. The loss of cooperativity correlates with changes in substrate fidelity and reduced kinase affinity for the endogenous inhibitor PKI. The similarity between PKI and the inhibitory sequence of the kinase regulatory subunits suggests that the overall mechanism of regulation of the kinase may be disrupted. We surmise that a reduced or obliterated cooperativity may constitute a common trait for both orthosteric and allosteric mutations of PKA-C that may lead to dysregulation and disease.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2067/49431
ISSN: 00145793, 18733468
DOI: 10.1002/1873-3468.14610
Diritti: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International
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