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- Detection of glucose-induced conformational change in hexokinase II using fluorescence complementation assay
- Eun-Ju Jeong; Kyoungsook Park; Hyou-Arm Joung; Chang-Soo Lee; D W Seol; Bong Hyun Chung; Moonil Kim
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- Biotechnology Letters, vol. 29, no. 5, pp. 797-802
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- Conformational changes in hexokinase are induced by its binding to glucose, thus providing an excellent example of an 'induced fit' model. To observe glucose-induced fluorescence restoration in hexokinase II using split-enhanced, green fluorescent protein (EGFP) in a process involving the reconstitution of split EGFP, E. coli cells expressing the chimeric NEGFP:HXK:CEGFP recombinant protein were treated with glucose and visualized via fluorescence read-outs. The reconstituted EGFP generated a strong fluorescence upon glucose stimulation of the bacteria. Moreover, the fluorescence intensity became stronger with increasing glucose up to 10 mM, with a maximum being observed after 60 min in a time- and concentration-dependent manner. Conformational changes associated with glucose-induced fit in human hexokinase II can thus be monitored successfully in vivo via fluorescence reconstitution assays, coupled with a quick and easy fluorescent read-out protocol.
- Conformational changeFluorescence complementation assayGlucose-induced fitHexokinase IISplit EGFP
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