Tracking Ca2+ ATPase intermediates in real time by x-ray solution scattering

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Tracking Ca2+ ATPase intermediates in real time by x-ray solution scattering. / Ravishankar, Harsha; Pedersen, Martin Nors; Eklund, Mattias; Sitsel, Aljona; Li, Chenge; Duelli, Annette; Levantino, Matteo; Wulff, Michael; Barth, Andreas; Olesen, Claus; Nissen, Poul; Andersson, Magnus.

I: Science Advances, Bind 6, Nr. 12, eaaz0981, 03.2020.

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Ravishankar, H, Pedersen, MN, Eklund, M, Sitsel, A, Li, C, Duelli, A, Levantino, M, Wulff, M, Barth, A, Olesen, C, Nissen, P & Andersson, M 2020, 'Tracking Ca2+ ATPase intermediates in real time by x-ray solution scattering', Science Advances, bind 6, nr. 12, eaaz0981. https://doi.org/10.1126/sciadv.aaz0981

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Ravishankar, H., Pedersen, M. N., Eklund, M., Sitsel, A., Li, C., Duelli, A., Levantino, M., Wulff, M., Barth, A., Olesen, C., Nissen, P., & Andersson, M. (2020). Tracking Ca2+ ATPase intermediates in real time by x-ray solution scattering. Science Advances, 6(12), [eaaz0981]. https://doi.org/10.1126/sciadv.aaz0981

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Ravishankar H, Pedersen MN, Eklund M, Sitsel A, Li C, Duelli A, Levantino M, Wulff M, Barth A, Olesen C, Nissen P, Andersson M. 2020. Tracking Ca2+ ATPase intermediates in real time by x-ray solution scattering. Science Advances. 6(12):Article eaaz0981. https://doi.org/10.1126/sciadv.aaz0981

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Ravishankar H, Pedersen MN, Eklund M, Sitsel A, Li C, Duelli A o.a. Tracking Ca2+ ATPase intermediates in real time by x-ray solution scattering. Science Advances. 2020 mar;6(12). eaaz0981. https://doi.org/10.1126/sciadv.aaz0981

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Ravishankar, Harsha ; Pedersen, Martin Nors ; Eklund, Mattias ; Sitsel, Aljona ; Li, Chenge ; Duelli, Annette ; Levantino, Matteo ; Wulff, Michael ; Barth, Andreas ; Olesen, Claus ; Nissen, Poul ; Andersson, Magnus. / Tracking Ca2+ ATPase intermediates in real time by x-ray solution scattering. I: Science Advances. 2020 ; Bind 6, Nr. 12.

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title = "Tracking Ca2+ ATPase intermediates in real time by x-ray solution scattering",
abstract = "Sarco/endoplasmic reticulum Ca2+ ATPase (SERCA) transporters regulate calcium signaling by active calcium ion reuptake to internal stores. Structural transitions associated with transport have been characterized by x-ray crystallography, but critical intermediates involved in the accessibility switch across the membrane are missing. We combined time-resolved x-ray solution scattering (TR-XSS) experiments and molecular dynamics (MD) simulations for real-time tracking of concerted SERCA reaction cycle dynamics in the native membrane. The equilibrium [Ca2] E1 state before laser activation differed in the domain arrangement compared with crystal structures, and following laser-induced release of caged ATP, a 1.5-ms intermediate was formed that showed closure of the cytoplasmic domains typical of E1 states with bound Ca2+ and ATP. A subsequent 13-ms transient state showed a previously unresolved actuator (A) domain arrangement that exposed the ADP-binding site after phosphorylation. Hence, the obtained TR-XSS models determine the relative timing of so-far elusive domain rearrangements in a native environment.",
author = "Harsha Ravishankar and Pedersen, {Martin Nors} and Mattias Eklund and Aljona Sitsel and Chenge Li and Annette Duelli and Matteo Levantino and Michael Wulff and Andreas Barth and Claus Olesen and Poul Nissen and Magnus Andersson",
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AU - Duelli, Annette

AU - Levantino, Matteo

AU - Wulff, Michael

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AU - Olesen, Claus

AU - Nissen, Poul

AU - Andersson, Magnus

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N2 - Sarco/endoplasmic reticulum Ca2+ ATPase (SERCA) transporters regulate calcium signaling by active calcium ion reuptake to internal stores. Structural transitions associated with transport have been characterized by x-ray crystallography, but critical intermediates involved in the accessibility switch across the membrane are missing. We combined time-resolved x-ray solution scattering (TR-XSS) experiments and molecular dynamics (MD) simulations for real-time tracking of concerted SERCA reaction cycle dynamics in the native membrane. The equilibrium [Ca2] E1 state before laser activation differed in the domain arrangement compared with crystal structures, and following laser-induced release of caged ATP, a 1.5-ms intermediate was formed that showed closure of the cytoplasmic domains typical of E1 states with bound Ca2+ and ATP. A subsequent 13-ms transient state showed a previously unresolved actuator (A) domain arrangement that exposed the ADP-binding site after phosphorylation. Hence, the obtained TR-XSS models determine the relative timing of so-far elusive domain rearrangements in a native environment.

AB - Sarco/endoplasmic reticulum Ca2+ ATPase (SERCA) transporters regulate calcium signaling by active calcium ion reuptake to internal stores. Structural transitions associated with transport have been characterized by x-ray crystallography, but critical intermediates involved in the accessibility switch across the membrane are missing. We combined time-resolved x-ray solution scattering (TR-XSS) experiments and molecular dynamics (MD) simulations for real-time tracking of concerted SERCA reaction cycle dynamics in the native membrane. The equilibrium [Ca2] E1 state before laser activation differed in the domain arrangement compared with crystal structures, and following laser-induced release of caged ATP, a 1.5-ms intermediate was formed that showed closure of the cytoplasmic domains typical of E1 states with bound Ca2+ and ATP. A subsequent 13-ms transient state showed a previously unresolved actuator (A) domain arrangement that exposed the ADP-binding site after phosphorylation. Hence, the obtained TR-XSS models determine the relative timing of so-far elusive domain rearrangements in a native environment.

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