The ion dependence of carbohydrate binding of CBM36

An MD and 3D-RISM study

Shoichi Tanimoto, Masahiro Higashi, Norio Yoshida, Haruyuki Nakano

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Abstract

The molecular recognition process of the carbohydrate-binding module family 36 (CBM36) was examined theoretically. The mechanism of xylan binding by CBM36 and the role of Ca 2+ were investigated by the combined use of molecular dynamics simulations and the 3D reference interaction site model method. The CBM36 showed affinity for xylan after Ca 2+ binding, but not after Mg 2+ binding. Free-energy component analysis of the xylan-binding process revealed that the major factor for xylan-binding affinity is the electrostatic interaction between the Ca 2+ and the hydroxyl oxygens of xylan. The van der Waals interaction between the hydrophobic side chain of CBM36 and the glucopyranose ring of xylan also contributes to the stabilization of the xylan-binding state. Dehydration on the formation of the complex has the opposite effect on these interactions. The affinity of CBM36 for xylan results from a balance of the interactions between the binding ion and solvents, hydrophilic residues around xylan, and the hydroxyl oxygens of xylan. When CBM binds Ca 2+ , these interactions are well balanced; in contrast, when CBM binds Mg 2+ , the dehydration penalty is excessively large.

Original languageEnglish
Article number344005
JournalJournal of Physics Condensed Matter
Volume28
Issue number34
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jul 1 2016

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Xylans
carbohydrates
Carbohydrates
modules
Ions
ions
affinity
Dehydration
Hydroxyl Radical
interactions
dehydration
Oxygen
Molecular recognition
Coulomb interactions
Free energy
oxygen
Molecular dynamics
penalties
Stabilization

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  • Materials Science(all)
  • Condensed Matter Physics

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The ion dependence of carbohydrate binding of CBM36 : An MD and 3D-RISM study. / Tanimoto, Shoichi; Higashi, Masahiro; Yoshida, Norio; Nakano, Haruyuki.

In: Journal of Physics Condensed Matter, Vol. 28, No. 34, 344005, 01.07.2016.

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