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Detection of Peptides, Proteins, and Drugs That Selectively Interact With Protein Targets

By Ilya G. Serebriiskii, Olga Mitina, Elena N. Pugacheva, Elizaveta Benevolenskaya, Elena Kotova, Garabet G. Toby, Vladimir Khazak, William G. Kaelin, Jonathan Chernoff and Erica A. Golemis

Abstract

Genome sequencing has been completed for multiple organisms, and pilot proteomic analyses reported for yeast and higher eukaryotes. This work has emphasized the facts that proteins are frequently engaged in multiple interactions, and that governance of protein interaction specificity is a primary means of regulating biological systems. In particular, the ability to deconvolute complex protein interaction networks to identify which interactions govern specific signaling pathways requires the generation of biological tools that allow the distinction of critical from noncritical interactions. We report the application of an enhanced Dual Bait two-hybrid system to allow detection and manipulation of highly specific protein–protein interactions. We summarize the use of this system to detect proteins and peptides that target well-defined specific motifs in larger protein structures, to facilitate rapid identification of specific interactors from a pool of putative interacting proteins obtained in a library screen, and to score specific drug-mediated disruption of protein–protein interaction

Topics: Methods
Publisher: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press
Year: 2002
DOI identifier: 10.1101/gr.450702
OAI identifier: oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:187545
Provided by: PubMed Central
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