Profile Analysis of Proteins Related with Hydrogen Peroxide Response in Strep-tomyces coelicolor (Muller)

Streptomyces coelicolor (Muller)의 과산화수소 대응 반응에 관련된 단백질 양상의 분석

  • 정혜정 (서울대학교 자연과학대학 미생물학과) ;
  • 노정혜 (서울대학교 분자미생물학 연구센터)
  • Published : 1993.04.01


Streptomyces coeUc%r (Muller) cells were treated with $100 \mu$M hydrogen peroxide for I hour and proteins synthesized during hydrogen peroxide stress were labeled with L-[$^{35}S$]-methionine. Total cellular proteins were extracted and analyzed by two-dimensional polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. In exponential growth phase, synthesis of about 100 proteins was increased by hydrogen peroxide treatment. These proteins were named as Pin (£eroxide-inducib]e) proteins and classified into 4 subgroups according to their induction time after hydrogen peroxide treatment. About 60 of them were found to be induced within 20 minutes and maintained throughout I hour of treatment. In stationary growth phase. synthesis of 62 proteins was increased by hydrogen peroxide and 21 of them were the same Pins found in exponential growth phase. Proteins from the mutants which are resistant to hydrogen peroxide were obtained in exponential growth phase and compared with those from the wild type on two-dimensional gel. The three mutants, N7, N9. and N24, were found to have higher constitutive leve]s of ]5, 17, and 15 Pin proteins respectively, than the wild type. 9 of these Pin proteins (D74.7a, E76.0c, E23.3. F50.7, F47.2a. F25.5, G39.6b, G24.0, H39.6a) increased in two of the three mutants and 3 proteins (F39.7, H6I.7. 120.8) increased in all of the three mutants. These proteins might play important roles in the response of S. coelic%r to hydrogen peroxide.


Streptomyces coelicolor Muller;hydrogen peroxide stress;two-dimensional gel electrophoresis;Pin(peroxide-inducible) proteins;hydrogen peroxide-resistant mutants