Kinase-inducible Domain (kinase-inducible + domain)

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Kinetic Study of Phosphorylation-Dependent Complex Formation between the Kinase-Inducible Domain (KID) of CREB and the KIX Domain of CBP on a Quartz Crystal Microbalance

CHEMISTRY - A EUROPEAN JOURNAL, Issue 23 2004
Hisao Matsuno Prof.
Abstract We report quantitative analysis of peptide,peptide interactions on a 27 MHz quartz crystal microbalance (QCM) in aqueous solution. The KID (kinase-inducible domain) of transcription factor CREB (cyclic AMP response element binding protein) is known to interact with the KIX domain of coactivator CBP (CREB binding protein), facilitated by phosphorylation at Ser-133 of the KID. The KIX domain peptide (86,aa) was immobilized on the QCM gold electrode surface by means of a poly(ethylene glycol) spacer. Binding of the KID peptide (46,aa) to the KIX peptide was detected by frequency decreases (mass increases) of the QCM. Both maximum binding amount (,mmax) and association constants (Ka) obtained from the QCM measurements increased as a result of phosphorylation of Ser-133 of the KID peptide. The Ka values for KIX peptide to the phosphorylated (pKID) and unphosphorylated KID peptides were (932)103 and (51)103,M,1, respectively. This difference was explained by the dissociation rate constant (k,1) of the pKID being 20 times smaller than that of the KID, while association rate constants (k1) were independent of phosphorylation. [source]


A novel protein from Brassica napus has a putative KID domain and responds to low temperature

THE PLANT JOURNAL, Issue 6 2003
Ming-Jun Gao
Summary To identify factors that interact with histone deacetylase (HDAC) in Brassica napus, a yeast two-hybrid library was screened using the Arabidopsis HDA19 as bait. A novel protein, bnKCP1, containing a putative kinase-inducible domain (KID) was found to interact with HDA19. Southern blot analysis indicated that the bnKCP1 gene belongs to a small gene family of at least three members. Northern blot analysis showed bnKCP1 to be strongly expressed in stems, flowers, roots, and immature siliques, but not in leaf blades of seedlings. The accumulation of bnKCP1 transcript in the leaf blades was induced significantly within 4 h of exposure of B. napus seedlings to cold stress, whereas treatment of leaf blades with inomycin, an ionophore of Ca2+, caused a rapid (30 min) but transient induction of bnKCP1 expression. In contrast to that observed in leaf blades, expression of bnKCP1 in the stems was repressed upon cold treatment. In vitro and in vivo protein-binding assays showed that bnKCP1 interacts with HDA19 via the KID domain, and that S188 is critical for bnKCP1,HDA19 interaction. BnKCP1 also exerted modest transactivation of the lacZ reporter gene in yeast through its N-terminal region. These assays suggest that bnKCP1 may function as a transcription factor, which regulates gene expression through interaction with HDA19. [source]


Molecular cloning and characterization of Bombyx mori CREB gene,

ARCHIVES OF INSECT BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY (ELECTRONIC), Issue 1 2009
Hongsheng Song
Abstract The cAMP response element binding protein (CREB), as one of the best characterized stimulus-induced transcription factors, plays critical roles in activating transcription of target genes in response to a variety of environmental stimuli. To characterize this important molecule in the silkworm, Bombyx mori, we cloned a full-length cDNA of CREB gene from B. mori brains by using RACE-PCR. The sequence of B. mori CREB (named BmCREB1) gene contains a 88,bp 5, UTR, a 783,bp open reading frame (ORF) encoding 261 amino acids and a 348,bp 3, UTR. The deduced BmCREB amino acid sequence has 56.7% and 37.2% homology with CREB from Apis mellifera carnica and Drosophila melanogaster, respectively. The primary structure of the deduced BmCREB1 protein contains a kinase-inducible domain (KID) and a basic region/leucine zipper (bZIP) dimerization domain which exisits in all CREB family members. Genomic analysis showed there are 9 exons and 5 introns in B. mori CREB genome sequences. We identified three different isoforms of BmCREB (BmCREB1, BmCREB2 and BmCREB3) through alternative splicing in C terminal. In addition, the expression of BmCREB in different developmental stages was investigated by using quantitative real-time PCR in both diapause and non-diapause type of B. mori bivoltine race (Dazao). BmCREB transcripts showed two peaks in embryonic stage and pupal stage in both types of bivoltine race. However, consistently higher expression of BmCREB was found throughout the developmental stages in the diapause type than in the non-diapause type. These results suggest that BmCREB is involved in the processs of diapause induced by environmental factors. 2009 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. [source]


Kinetic Study of Phosphorylation-Dependent Complex Formation between the Kinase-Inducible Domain (KID) of CREB and the KIX Domain of CBP on a Quartz Crystal Microbalance

CHEMISTRY - A EUROPEAN JOURNAL, Issue 23 2004
Hisao Matsuno Prof.
Abstract We report quantitative analysis of peptide,peptide interactions on a 27 MHz quartz crystal microbalance (QCM) in aqueous solution. The KID (kinase-inducible domain) of transcription factor CREB (cyclic AMP response element binding protein) is known to interact with the KIX domain of coactivator CBP (CREB binding protein), facilitated by phosphorylation at Ser-133 of the KID. The KIX domain peptide (86,aa) was immobilized on the QCM gold electrode surface by means of a poly(ethylene glycol) spacer. Binding of the KID peptide (46,aa) to the KIX peptide was detected by frequency decreases (mass increases) of the QCM. Both maximum binding amount (,mmax) and association constants (Ka) obtained from the QCM measurements increased as a result of phosphorylation of Ser-133 of the KID peptide. The Ka values for KIX peptide to the phosphorylated (pKID) and unphosphorylated KID peptides were (932)103 and (51)103,M,1, respectively. This difference was explained by the dissociation rate constant (k,1) of the pKID being 20 times smaller than that of the KID, while association rate constants (k1) were independent of phosphorylation. [source]