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Proteolysis in bacterial regulatory circuits. Mitochondrial matrix proteases as novel therapeutic targets in malignancy. Genes governing swarming in Bacillus subtilis and evidence for a phase variation mechanism controlling surface motility.
Adaptor-mediated Lon proteolysis restricts Bacillus subtilis hyperflagellation
Here we show that the two activities of SwrA are explicitly related. Patricka Peter Chienb and Daniel B. SwrA substrate is red hexagon, SmiA adaptor is violet circle, LonA protease is orange cylinder, cell is light pink, and flagella are green. When cells contact a solid surface, we infer the SwrA proteolysis is abrogated, SwrA accumulates, and flagella are synthesized in smla of the threshold density Fig. SmiA adaptor targets SwrA, the master regulator of flagellar biosynthesis, for degradation by LonA protease in WT swimmer cells resulting in low levels of SwrA protein and low flagellar density.
We demonstrate that SmiA adaptor-mediated Lon proteolysis restricts SwrA levels in liquid environments and keeps liquid grown cells below a critical flagellar density of seven flagella per micrometer of cell length that is required to swarm under standard laboratory conditions Fig.
In bacteria, proteolytic targeting is determined by a combination of intrinsic substrate preference of the protease together with substrate-specific adaptor proteins that noncovalently associate with their targets for presentation to proteolytic enzymes 67. Thus, the involvement of Lon-dependent regulatory proteolysis in surface contact signal transduction may be generalizable. Swarming motility and 2s control of master regulators of flagellar biosynthesis.
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Bacterial regulatory proteolysis often involves adaptor proteins, defined here as one protein that is essential for the proteolysis of another, and to the best of our knowledge, SmiA is the first adaptor protein reported for the Lon family of anaalyse 67. Lon is thought to degrade misfolded proteins by recognizing hydrophobic peptide sequences known as degrons that are normally buried in the hydrophobic core of folded proteins and become solvent exposed upon protein misfolding 12 Strain construction, growth conditions, and detailed experimental procedures are described in SI AppendixExtended Experimental Procedures.
National Center for Biotechnology InformationU. Lon degrades both damaged, misfolded proteins and specific native regulators, but how Lon discriminates among a large pool of candidate targets remains unclear.
Regulated proteolysis in Gram-negative bacteria—how and when?
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Hyperflagellation is required for swarming. Mutation of LonA increased SwrA protein stability and complementation with wild type, but not active site LonA mutants, restored proteolytic turnover Fig.
Supplementary Material Supplementary File Click here to view. A field guide to bacterial swarming motility. Bayot A, et al.
Each point is the average of three replicates. We conclude that an increase in flagellar density above a critical threshold is required for swarming motility.
Purified LonA and SwrA proteins were incubated together over a time period similar to that used in the in vivo chloramphenicol time course experiment. Biofilms, flagella, and mechanosensing of surfaces a2 bacteria.
Breea Jing Liu anallyse, b Joyce E. We conclude that swarmer cells are hyperflagellate, having twice the flagellar density of swimmer cells and that LonA inhibits hyperflagellation in liquid environments. Protein degradation in Escherichia coli: Proteotoxic stress induces a cell-cycle arrest by stimulating Lon to degrade the replication initiator DnaA.
Discussion Bacteria appear to sense contact with a solid surface and transduce surface contact information to alter their physiology One way in which LonA might inhibit swarming is by proteolyzing SwrA, the master activator of swarming motility in B.
Surface sensing and lateral subcellular localization of WspA, the receptor in a chemosensory-like system leading to c-di-GMP production. Cell population heterogeneity during growth of Bacillus subtilis. Swarming and pathogenicity of Proteus mirabilis in the urinary tract.
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The unexpected effect of proteasome inhibitors. C — G Densitometry scan averages and SDs of protein bands in proteolytic assays from three reaction replicates.
Molecular architecture and assembly of the eukaryotic proteasome. Cell density and mobility protect swarming bacteria against antibiotics. Due to their inherent substrate specificity, adaptors differ widely in both structure and sequence, and we infer that other phylogenetically unrelated adaptors of Lon protease await discovery