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Protein Lipidation [electronic resource] : Methods and Protocols / edited by Maurine E. Linder.

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New York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Humana, 2019.
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1 online resource (XIV, 327 pages) : 63 illustrations, 44 illustrations in color.
Edition:
1st ed. 2019.
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Springer Protocols (Springer-12345)
Methods in molecular biology 1064-3745 ; 2009
Methods in Molecular Biology, 1064-3745 ; 2009
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Subjects:
Biochemistry.
Lipids.
Mass spectrometry.
Local subjects:
Protein Science. (search)
Lipidology. (search)
Mass Spectrometry. (search)
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Summary:
This volume explores techniques used to detect lipids attached to proteins, to analyze the function of lipid modifications, and to characterize the enzymes that add and remove lipids from proteins. The book is organized into seven parts: Part One describes chemically-based strategies to identify substrates for protein lipidation that can be applied to individual proteins or globally using proteomics. Part Two focuses on the enzymes that remove fatty acids from proteins and provides methods to monitor protein biogenesis and palmitate turnover. Part Three addresses biochemical and cellular characterization of DHHC S-acyltransferases, a family of enzymes with 23 members encoded by the human genome. Part Four presents the SwissPalm 2 database and tips on how to use it effectively. Part Five focuses on fatty acylation that occurs in the lumen of the secretory pathway. Parts Six and Seven conclude the book with methods to produce and assay lipid-modified and integral membrane proteins. Written in the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology series format, chapters include introductions to their respective topics, lists of the necessary materials and reagents, step-by-step, readily reproducible laboratory protocols, and tips on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls. Cutting-edge and authoritative, Protein Lipidation: Methods and Protocols is a valuable resource for experts in the field and for investigators who encounter protein lipidation through their research on a particular cellular process or favorite protein.
Contents:
Determination of Protein S-Acylation State by Enhanced Acyl-Switch Methods
Detection of Heterogeneous Protein S-Acylation in Cells
Optimization of Metabolic Labeling with Alkyne-Containing Isoprenoid Probes
Chemical Proteomic Analysis of S-Fatty Acylated Proteins and their Modification Sites
Direct Analysis of Protein S-Acylation by Mass Spectrometry
Enrichment of S-Palmitoylated Proteins for Mass Spectrometry Analysis
Systematic Screening of Depalmitoylating Enzymes and Evaluation of their Activities by the Acyl-PEGyl Exchange Gel-Shift (APEGS) Assay
Measuring S-Depalmitoylation Activity In Vitro and In Live Cells with Fluorescent Probes
Dynamic Radiolabeling of S-Palmitoylated Proteins
Fluorogenic Assays for the Defatty-Acylase Activity of Sirtuins
Global Profiling of Sirtuin Deacylase Substrates Using Chemical Proteomic Strategy and Validation by Fluorescent Labeling
siRNA Knockdown of Mammalian zDHHCs and Validation of mRNA Expression by RT-qPCR
In Vitro Assays to Monitor the Enzymatic Activities of zDHHC Protein Acyltransferases
Purification of Recombinant zDHHC Proteins Using an Insect Cell Expression System
Bioinformatic Identification of Functionally and Structurally Relevant Residues and Motifs in Protein S-Acyltransferases
SwissPalm 2: Protein S-Palmitoylation Database
Probing Interaction of Lipid-Modified Wnt Protein and Its Receptors by ELISA
Biochemical Assays for Ghrelin Acylation and Inhibition of Ghrelin O-Acyltransferase
In Vitro Analysis of Hedgehog Acyltransferase and Porcupine Fatty Acyltransferase Activities
Production of Farnesylated and Methylated Proteins in an Engineered Insect Cell System
A Quantitative FRET Assay for the Upstream Cleavage Activity of the Integral Membrane Proteases Human ZMPSTE24 and Yeast Ste24
Monitoring RhoGDI Extraction of Lipid-Modified Rho GTPases from Membranes using Click Chemistry
Purification of the Rhodopsin-Transducin Complex for Structural Studies
Reconstitution of the Rhodopsin-Transducin Complex into Lipid Nanodiscs.
Contributor:
Linder, Maurine E. editor., Editor,
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ISBN:
978-1-4939-9532-5
9781493995325
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10.1007/978-1-4939-9532-5 doi
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