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here we have the process of crystallization. in the first stage, macromolecules are placed in a drop, or a crystal ball, and the drop is placed in a vapor-diffusion device. here the process of vapor-diffusion occurs. then, the nucleation occurs by the lowering of the vapor pressure of the drop. the nucleation can be considered as the formation of new crystals. in the second stage, the crystals grow by the diffusing the vapor from the surface of the drop. in the third stage, the growing crystals are separated from the drop and transferred to the next step of the experiment. the crystals are rehydrated in the next step of the experiment. this process is repeated until the crystals are formed as large as they can be. when the crystals are finally formed, the production of x-ray diffraction data is possible.
crystallization. david b. collier. sugarbush press, october 1999.
glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase is a homodimeric enzyme which catalyses the sixth step in the pentose phosphate pathway, the oxidative reduction of glucose-6-phosphate to 6-phosphogluconate. recent developments in the synthesis of artificial crystals have made it possible to routinely produce milligram quantities of crystals suitable for x-ray diffraction studies. this report describes the preparation of such a batch of crystals. crystals are grown from an aqueous solution of nadp in 100mm hepes buffer ph 7.0, which contains the required metals as precipitant and a small amount of glucose 6-phosphate. crystals of g6pdh are obtained by mixing equal volumes of the protein solution and of the precipitant solution. the precipitant solution is a 2.0m ammonium sulphate solution with the ph adjusted to 7.0 by the addition of 0.1m hepes buffer. the crystals are grown in hanging drops for two weeks at room temperature and are then transferred to a 1.0m ammonium sulphate solution. the solution is swirled for 15 minutes before being allowed to stand for 2 hours. the crystals are then transferred to a 0.1m ammonium sulphate solution for several days. the precipitant concentration is lowered in several steps, and crystals are monitored by x-ray diffraction as they appear. the best crystals obtained in this way are of the hexagonal space group p6(3)22. an aqueous solution of g6pdh is prepared at ph 7.0 by adding the required amounts of metals as precipitant and 0.1mm glucose-6-phosphate. crystals are grown by mixing aqueous solutions of precipitant and protein, which are then transferred to aqueous solutions of precipitant with the ph adjusted to 7.0. the ph is lowered in several steps to allow the monitoring of new crystals by x-ray diffraction. crystals are soaked in solution of 1m ammonium sulphate for several days and transferred to aqueous solution of 0.1m ammonium sulphate for several days. aqueous solution with 0.05mm nadp was buffered to ph 7.0 by addition of 0.1m hepes. ph was set to 7.
the choice of reagent will affect the way a crystallization experiment is performed. the way the reagent interacts with the protein and the crystallization conditions can be complicated and unpredictable. care should be taken to understand the reagent interaction before performing a crystallization screen.it may be useful to review the phase diagram of the reagent and the protein. these diagrams are sometimes available in reference books or online. for example, in ethylene glycol, the phase diagram of ethylene glycol and protein can be found at . in this case, the most stable phase of ethylene glycol would be iii-iv. in this region of the diagram, the protein should be the most soluble. the more chaotropic the reagent, the lower the surface tension of the crystallization drop, and the more likely it is to grow large and high quality crystals.in our case, the reagent we chose was peg 33.000. because peg 33.000 is less soluble than peg 20.000, in many cases, high quality crystals will be formed even at lower protein concentrations. high protein concentrations (greater than 0.5m) lead to precipitation.referencesa number of reagents and crystallization conditions for protein crystallization. ziya t. international journal of molecular&sample identification and x-ray crystallography, volume 28, number 2, page 1-2. 2006.chaotropic salts as additives for nucleation of protein crystals. t.f.d.h. van kwelik, e. van den bosch.
vibrational spectroscopy is a mature technique that is used in biophysics, biochemistry, and biotechnology. its application in protein crystallography and structure determination is more recent. the study of proteins in solution has led to the characterization of large assemblies of proteins, and the study of protein-protein interactions and protein-ligand interactions. vibrational spectroscopy and infrared spectroscopy techniques are particularly sensitive to protein structure and dynamics. vibrational spectroscopy provides information on local interactions, such as hydrogen-bonding, salt bridges, hydrophobic interactions, and the secondary and tertiary structure of proteins. aromatic side-chain vibrations are particularly sensitive to changes in the protein structure. the vibrational spectroscopy and infrared spectroscopy are useful for the structure determination of proteins.