Ethylation Interference Footprinting of DNA-Protein Complexes View Full Text


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2009

AUTHORS

Iain W. Manfield , Peter G. Stockley

ABSTRACT

Structural studies of DNA-protein complexes reveal networks of contacts between proteins and the phosphates, sugars and bases of DNA. A range of biochemical methods, termed chemical footprinting, aim to determine the functional groups on DNA which are protected in solution by bound protein against modification or where chemical pre-modification interferes with subsequent protein binding. One of these approaches, termed ethylation interference footprinting, reveals which backbone phosphate groups are contacted by protein and the positions where the DNA-protein interface is so tight that the modification cannot be accommodated. This chapter describes the steps necessary to perform an ethylation interference experiment, including modification of DNA using ethylnitrosourea, fractionation of the products based on their affinities for a DNA-binding protein and analysis of the "bound" and "free" fractions to reveal sites critical for complex formation. This is illustrated using results from our experiments with the Escherichia coli methionine repressor, MetJ. More... »

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105-20

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