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Synthetic peptides as probes for protein interactions and as antigenic epitopes

Ale NaМ€rvaМ€nen

Synthetic peptides as probes for protein interactions and as antigenic epitopes

by Ale NaМ€rvaМ€nen

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Published by University of Jyväskylä in Jyväskylä .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • HIV antibodies.,
  • Antigenic determinants.,
  • Molecular probes.,
  • Peptides -- Immunology.,
  • Protein-protein interactions.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAle Närvänen.
    SeriesBiological research reports from the University of Jyväskylä,, 21
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQR201.A37 N37 1990
    The Physical Object
    Pagination148 p. :
    Number of Pages148
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1472483M
    ISBN 109516804101
    LC Control Number93135656

    In principle, recognition of the epitopes by the library peptides occurs through protein-protein interactions. A general screening, Mbased library with 10(9) random sequences of linear. To achieve this objective, we employed a synthetic peptide strategy to direct the humoral immune response toward epitopes that contain critical ligand-binding sequences. The synthetic peptide immunogens D1 21–34, D3 20–33, and D3 16–36 each contain the conserved GG(X3)(I/V)DF pattern of amino acids that is essential for Fn binding (25).

    The invention of peptide synthesis in the fifties and sixties spurred the development of different application areas in which synthetic peptides are now used, including the development of epitope-specific antibodies against pathogenic proteins, the study of protein functions and the identification and characterization of proteins.   The antigenic peptides recognized by CD8 T cells result from the degradation of intracellular proteins and correspond to small fragments of these proteins. One interesting exception was recently reported by Hanada et al., who described an antigenic peptide composed of two noncontiguous segments of the parental protein (1).

    Cell-Penetrating Peptides Processes and Applications. Pharmacology and Toxicology Basic and Clinical Aspects. xodyg. Cell-Penetrating Peptides Processes and Applications. Thus, it is possible to increase the immunogenicity of certain epitopes using synthetic peptide and different carrier combinations [19,20]. The use of synthetic peptides has been extended with the introduction of peptide antibodies for the production of therapeutic proteins and for the diagnosis of infectious diseases.


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Synthetic peptides as probes for protein interactions and as antigenic epitopes by Ale NaМ€rvaМ€nen Download PDF EPUB FB2

This synthetic peptide, conjugated to another protein, was used as an antigen to produce antisera. Immunoglobulins purified from one of the antisera, D16, were shown by Western blots to recognize ABP1 isoforms and homologues from a variety of plants, maize, barnyard grass, mung bean, and pea.

Protein-protein interactions are involved in muscle contraction and signal transduction. This book describes how synthetic peptides may be used, much like antibodies, both as specific inhibitors and as molecular probes to explore the cognitive interfaces between interacting proteins.

The first great milestone in the history of synthetic peptides as tools in the biological sciences was achieved at the the loci of antigenic epitopes in viral proteins have been published in the literature (Pfaff et al., ; Tainer et al., ; Hopp et al Synthetic Peptides as Probes for Protein Interactions and as Antigenic Author: A.

Närvänen, M. Korkolainen, S. Kontio, M.-L. Huhtala, X. Imai, M. Hayami. Tam JP () Synthetic peptide vaccine design: synthesis and properties of a high-density multiple antigenic peptide system. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A – With synthetic models it has been possible to build, with the same peptides, immunogens that possess either exclusively sequential or conformation-dependent epitopes.

Thus, antibodies to the helical polymer (Tyr-Ala-Glu) n do not react with the peptide Tyr-Ala-Glu, nor do they react with larger peptides in which the sequence Tyr-Ala-Glu is. It does appear that the whole surface area o f a protein is potentially antigenic (Davies et al, ;Jin et al, ).

Many o f the B-cell epitopes are discontinuous i.e. formed by the. These are called epitopes. Accurate prediction of the peptides that will form antigenic epitopes is essential to rational vaccine design and diagnostics. Prediction of T cell epitopes may be done by taking the protein sequence and estimating the binding affinity of each peptide.

Since each virion surface i.e. the virus coat protein, contains multiple antigenic sites (e.g. B-cell epitopes) 31, a sandwich format was implemented for virion detection assay.

It has been. Peptides and peptidomimetics have attracted revived interest regarding their applications in chemical biology over the last few years. Their chemical versatility, synthetic accessibility and the ease of storage and management compared to full proteins have made peptides particularly interesting in diagnostic applications, where they proved to efficiently recapitulate the molecular recognition.

Synthetic peptides are one of the approaches for detecting protein interactions. An hsp70 (heat-shock protein of relative molecular mass 70K) can distinguish only unfolded forms of protein.

To study the amino acid preferences, Gregory C. Flynn et. used the random-sequence peptides to fill the binding site of Binding immunoglobulin protein. This peptide binding protein can be isolated from a variety of cell types, including B cells, T cells, and fibroblasts.

The anchoring of processed peptides on the cell surface by such a protein may play a role in antigen presentation--facilitating the interaction of antigenic peptides with Ia and/or the T-cell receptor.

Techniques that have been used for antigenic site mapping of linear epitopes in proteins include binding assays of protein components produced by synthetic chemistry (1, 2) or by recombinant gene expression (3, 4).

Cell penetrating peptides (CPP), including the TAT peptide from the human immunodeficiency virus transactivator of transcription (HIV-TAT) protein and penetratin from Drosophila Antennapedia homeodomain protein, translocate various cargos including peptides and proteins across cellular barriers.

This mode of delivery has been harnessed by our group and others to deliver antigenic proteins. M.J. Francis and B.E.

Clarke, Peptide Vaccines Based on Enhanced Immunogenicity of Peptide Epitopes Presented with T-Cell Determinants of Hepatitis B Core Protein. McCray and G. Werner, Production and Properties of Site-Specific Antibodies to Synthetic Peptide Antigens Related to Potential Cell Surface Receptor Sites for Rhinovirus.

Roman Kogay, Christian Schönbach, in Encyclopedia of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, Abstract. Epitopes or antigenic determinants are regions of proteins that can trigger a cellular immune response mediated by T or B cells. T cell epitopes are usually protein antigen-derived peptides presented by MHC molecules on antigen-presenting cells and recognized by T-cell receptors.

Direct Identification of Protein Epitopes by Mass Spectrometry without Immobilization of Antibody and Isolation of Antibody−Peptide Complexes. Analytical Chemistry71 (9), DOI: /ac   By contrast the peptide Tyr-FN gave paradoxically reverse results: partial inhibition of binding of Mab without affecting the two others.

A single amino-acid substitution outside the RGD sequence was able to modulate the specificity of the constant part for native protein and synthetic peptides used as probes.

In some instances, and in order to improve the odds of producing an antibodies pool that will detect the native protein, one may choose several peptide epitopes within the same protein sequence and use them as antigens in a co-immunization protocol. Some increased background may be experienced.

References Kyte, J. and Doolittle, R. Peptide Modifications: An important advantage of synthetic peptides is that they can be synthesized into exact conformations or according to the specific characteristics that are required for the end application. Peptides in general and certain amino acids contain distinct moieties that can be modified: an N-terminal amino group, a C-terminal.

Three current controversies in the field of protein antigenicity are discussed here: the mechanism of antigen-antibody interaction, the suitability of peptides as synthetic vaccines and the value.

The use of synthetic peptides for production of antibodies (peptide antibodies) has been extremely rewarding in all areas of biology and biotechnology and continues to be of major importance.

Peptide antibodies are particularly good at recognizing linear epitopes, post-translationally modified epitopes, and denatured proteins (e.g., Western.Peptide and Protein Design for Biopharmaceutical Applications. / Peptide and Protein Design for Biopharmaceutical Applications.The creation of peptide antigens that are (1) easily conjugated to immunogenic carrier proteins, (2) safe for animal injection and (3) effective in producing high-titer antibodies requires access to a peptide synthesis service capable of accurately assembling amino acid sequences with specific options for modification and purification.