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[Study on PrP106-126 peptide disturbed dimeration of 14-3-3beta].

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  • 1State Key Laboratory for Infectious Disease Prevention and Control, National Institute for Viral Disease Control and Prevention, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Beijing 102206, China.



To investigate both PrP and PrP106-126 peptide effect on 14-3-3beta dimeration.


14-3-3beta were incubated with different does recombinant PrP or PrP106-126 peptide, both 14-3-3beta dimer and polymer were separated 15% non-denaturing polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (PAGE) and the 14-3-3 dimers were evaluated using 14-3-3beta-specific Western blotting. And then,14-3-3beta dimeration buffer were incubated with different does recombinant PrP and 250 micromol/L PrP106-126 peptide, 14-3-3beta dimer and polymer were detected by above methods. Cellular 14-3-3 dimer were also detected after PrP106-126 peptide were added to HeLa cell for 8 hours.


Recombinant full-length PrP facilitated the dimerization of 14-3-3beta and PrP106-126 disturbed 14-3-3beta dimeration as both have dose dependence effect. PrP antagonized PrP106-126-induced 14-3-3beta dimer with PrP protein increase in vitro. Cellular 14-3-3 dimerization also decreased after treatment of peptide PrP106-126 on HeLa cells for 8 hours. CONCULSION: Dimerization process of 14-3-3beta was promoted by full-length PrP (PrP23-231) but inhibited by peptide PrP106-126 in vitro. PrP agonized PrP106-126-induced inhibition of 14-3-3 dimeration. PrP106-126 inhibited cellular 14-3-3 dimerization.

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