3OCX: Structure of Recombinant Haemophilus influenzae e(P4) Acid Phosphatase mutant D66N complexed with 2'-AMP

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Abstract
The e (P4) phosphatase from Haemophilus influenzae functions in a vestigial NAD(+) utilization pathway by dephosphorylating nicotinamide mononucleotide to nicotinamide riboside. P4 is also the prototype of class C acid phosphatases (CCAPs), which are nonspecific 5',3'-nucleotidases localized to the bacterial outer membrane. To understand substrate recognition by P4 and other class C phosphatases, we have determined the crystal structures of a substrate-trapping mutant P4 enzyme complexed with nicotinamide mononucleotide, 5'-AMP, 3'-AMP, and 2'-AMP. The structures reveal an anchor-shaped substrate-binding cavity comprising a conserved hydrophobic box that clamps the nucleotide base, a buried phosphoryl binding site, and three solvent-filled pockets that contact the ribose and the hydrogen-bonding edge of the base. The span between the hydrophobic box and the phosphoryl site is optimal for recognizing nucleoside monophosphates, explaining the general preference for this class of substrate. The base makes no hydrogen bonds with the enzyme, consistent with an observed lack of base specificity. Two solvent-filled pockets flanking the ribose are key to the dual recognition of 5'-nucleotides and 3'-nucleotides. These pockets minimize the enzyme's direct interactions with the ribose and provide sufficient space to accommodate 5' substrates in an anti conformation and 3' substrates in a syn conformation. Finally, the structures suggest that class B acid phosphatases and CCAPs share a common strategy for nucleotide recognition.
PDB ID: 3OCXDownload
MMDB ID: 85624
PDB Deposition Date: 2010/8/10
Updated in MMDB: 2017/11
Experimental Method:
x-ray diffraction
Resolution: 1.901  Å
Source Organism:
Similar Structures:
Biological Unit for 3OCX: dimeric; determined by author and by software (PISA)
Molecular Components in 3OCX
Label Count Molecule
Proteins (2 molecules)
2
Lipoprotein E(Gene symbol: hel)
Molecule annotation
Chemicals (4 molecules)
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2
2
2
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