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Record number 358472
Title A refined model of the chlorosomal antennae of the green bacterium chlorobium tepidum from proton chemical shift constraints obtained with high-field 2-D and 3-D MAS NMR dipolar correlation spectroscopy
Author(s) Rossum, B.E.J. van; Steengaard, D.B.; Boender, G.J.; Schaffner, K.; Holzwarth, A.R.; Groot, H.J.M. de
Source Biochemistry 40 (2001). - ISSN 0006-2960 - p. 1587 - 1595.
DOI https://doi.org/10.1021/bi0017529
Department(s) ASG Infectieziekten
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2001
Keyword(s) energy-transfer processes - bacteriochlorophyll-c - chloroflexus-aurantiacus - photosynthetic bacteria - cross-polarization - rotating solids - sulfur bacteria - spectral forms - spinning nmr - c-13 nmr
Abstract Heteronuclear 2-D and 3-D magic-angle spinning NMR dipolar correlation spectroscopy was applied to determine solid-state 1H shifts for aggregated bacteriochlorophyll c (BChl c) in uniformly 13C-enriched light harvesting chlorosomes of the green photosynthetic bacterium Chlorobium tepidum. A complete assignment of 29 different observable resonances of the 61 protons of the aggregated BChl c in the intact chlorosomes is obtained. Aggregation shifts relative to monomeric BChl c in solution are detected for protons attached to rings I, II, and III/V and to their side chains. The 21-H3, 32-H3, and 31-H resonances are shifted upfield by -2.2, -1, and -3.3 ppm, respectively, relative to monomeric BChl c in solution. Although the resonances are inhomogeneously broadened and reveal considerable global structural heterogeneity, the 5-CH and the 7-Me responses are doubled, which provides evidence for the existence of at least two relatively well-defined structurally different arrangements. Ab initio quantum chemical modeling studies were performed to refine a model for the self-assembled BChl c with two different types of BChl stacks. The BChl in the stacks can adopt either anti- or syn-configuration of the coordinative bond, where anti and syn designate the relative orientation of the Mg-OH bond relative to the direction of the 17-171 bond. The analogy between aggregation shifts for BChl c in the chlorosome and for self-assembled chlorophyll a/H2O is explored, and a bilayer model for the tubular supra-structure of sheets of BChl c is proposed, from a homology modeling approach.
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