X-ray structure of Fasciola hepatica Sigma class glutathione transferase 1 reveals a disulfide bond to support stability in gastro-intestinal environment

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X-ray structure of Fasciola hepatica Sigma class glutathione transferase 1 reveals a disulfide bond to support stability in gastro-intestinal environment. / Line, Kirsty; Isupov, Michail N.; LaCourse, E. James; Cutress, David; Morphew, Russ; Brophy, Peter; Littlechild, Jennifer A.

In: Scientific Reports, Vol. 9, 902, 29.01.2019.

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title = "X-ray structure of Fasciola hepatica Sigma class glutathione transferase 1 reveals a disulfide bond to support stability in gastro-intestinal environment",
abstract = "Sigma class GST (Prostaglandin D synthase), FhGST-S1, is present in the excretory–secretory products (ES) of the liver fluke parasite Fasciola hepatica as cargo of extracellular vesicles (EVs) released by the parasite. FhGST-S1 has a well characterised role in the modulation of the immune response; a key fluke intercession that allows for establishment and development within their hosts. We have resolved the three-dimensional structure of FhGST-S1 in complex with its co-factor glutathione, in complex with a glutathione-cysteine adduct, and in a glutathione disulfide complex in order to initiate a research pipeline to mechanistically understand how FhGST-S1 functions within the host environment and to rationally design selective inhibitors. The overall fold of FhGST-S1 shows high structural similarity to other Sigma class GSTs. However, a unique interdomain disulfide bond was found in the FhGST-S1 which could stabilise the structure within the host gastro-intestinal environment. The position of the two domains of the protein with respect to each other is seen to be crucial in the formation of the active site cleft of the enzyme. The interdomain disulfide bond raises the possibility of oxidative regulation of the active site of this GST protein",
author = "Kirsty Line and Isupov, {Michail N.} and LaCourse, {E. James} and David Cutress and Russ Morphew and Peter Brophy and Littlechild, {Jennifer A.}",
year = "2019",
month = jan,
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doi = "10.1038/s41598-018-37531-5",
language = "English",
volume = "9",
journal = "Scientific Reports",
issn = "2045-2322",
publisher = "Springer Nature",

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T1 - X-ray structure of Fasciola hepatica Sigma class glutathione transferase 1 reveals a disulfide bond to support stability in gastro-intestinal environment

AU - Line, Kirsty

AU - Isupov, Michail N.

AU - LaCourse, E. James

AU - Cutress, David

AU - Morphew, Russ

AU - Brophy, Peter

AU - Littlechild, Jennifer A.

PY - 2019/1/29

Y1 - 2019/1/29

N2 - Sigma class GST (Prostaglandin D synthase), FhGST-S1, is present in the excretory–secretory products (ES) of the liver fluke parasite Fasciola hepatica as cargo of extracellular vesicles (EVs) released by the parasite. FhGST-S1 has a well characterised role in the modulation of the immune response; a key fluke intercession that allows for establishment and development within their hosts. We have resolved the three-dimensional structure of FhGST-S1 in complex with its co-factor glutathione, in complex with a glutathione-cysteine adduct, and in a glutathione disulfide complex in order to initiate a research pipeline to mechanistically understand how FhGST-S1 functions within the host environment and to rationally design selective inhibitors. The overall fold of FhGST-S1 shows high structural similarity to other Sigma class GSTs. However, a unique interdomain disulfide bond was found in the FhGST-S1 which could stabilise the structure within the host gastro-intestinal environment. The position of the two domains of the protein with respect to each other is seen to be crucial in the formation of the active site cleft of the enzyme. The interdomain disulfide bond raises the possibility of oxidative regulation of the active site of this GST protein

AB - Sigma class GST (Prostaglandin D synthase), FhGST-S1, is present in the excretory–secretory products (ES) of the liver fluke parasite Fasciola hepatica as cargo of extracellular vesicles (EVs) released by the parasite. FhGST-S1 has a well characterised role in the modulation of the immune response; a key fluke intercession that allows for establishment and development within their hosts. We have resolved the three-dimensional structure of FhGST-S1 in complex with its co-factor glutathione, in complex with a glutathione-cysteine adduct, and in a glutathione disulfide complex in order to initiate a research pipeline to mechanistically understand how FhGST-S1 functions within the host environment and to rationally design selective inhibitors. The overall fold of FhGST-S1 shows high structural similarity to other Sigma class GSTs. However, a unique interdomain disulfide bond was found in the FhGST-S1 which could stabilise the structure within the host gastro-intestinal environment. The position of the two domains of the protein with respect to each other is seen to be crucial in the formation of the active site cleft of the enzyme. The interdomain disulfide bond raises the possibility of oxidative regulation of the active site of this GST protein

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DO - 10.1038/s41598-018-37531-5

M3 - Article

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VL - 9

JO - Scientific Reports

JF - Scientific Reports

SN - 2045-2322

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