Methyl-Accepting Chemotaxis Proteins
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Transmembrane sensor receptor proteins that are central components of the chemotactic systems of a number of motile bacterial species which include ESCHERICHIA COLI and SALMONELLA TYPHIMURIUM. Methyl-accepting chemotaxis proteins derive their name from a sensory adaptation process which involves methylation at several glutamyl residues in their cytoplasmic domain. Methyl-accepting chemotaxis proteins trigger chemotactic responses across spatial chemical gradients, causing organisms to move either toward favorable stimuli or away from toxic ones.
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Analysis of CheW-like domains provides insights into organization of prokaryotic chemotaxis systems. Proteins. 2023 03; 91(3):315-329.
Generalizable strategy to analyze domains in the context of parent protein architecture: A CheW case study. Proteins. 2022 11; 90(11):1973-1986.
Role of Position K+4 in the Phosphorylation and Dephosphorylation Reaction Kinetics of the CheY Response Regulator. Biochemistry. 2021 07 06; 60(26):2130-2151.
Modulation of Response Regulator CheY Reaction Kinetics by Two Variable Residues That Affect Conformation. J Bacteriol. 2020 07 09; 202(15).
Use of restrained molecular dynamics to predict the conformations of phosphorylated receiver domains in two-component signaling systems. Proteins. 2017 01; 85(1):155-176.
Functional roles of conserved amino acid residues surrounding the phosphorylatable histidine of the yeast phosphorelay protein YPD1. Mol Microbiol. 2000 Jul; 37(1):136-44.
Differential stabilities of phosphorylated response regulator domains reflect functional roles of the yeast osmoregulatory SLN1 and SSK1 proteins. J Bacteriol. 1999 Jan; 181(2):411-7.
Structure of the Mg(2+)-bound form of CheY and mechanism of phosphoryl transfer in bacterial chemotaxis. Biochemistry. 1993 Dec 14; 32(49):13375-80.