To elucidate whether eukaryotic elongation factor 1A (eEF-1A) in a human hepidermoid cancer cell line (H1355) belonged to the family of the Ni-interacting protein, we analyzed the sequence of peptides obtained by on-Ni-NTA-agarose tryptic digestion of proteins from H1355 cell extract. LC/MS analysis showed the presence of several peptides mainly from abundant cellular proteins corresponding to eEF-1A, tubulin and actin. The results indicated that F-actin strongly binds to Ni-NTA-agarose whereas the other proteins are indirectly bound to the resin because of the formation of a protein-protein complex with actin.

Analysis of nickel-binding peptides in a human hepidermoid cancer cell line by Ni-NTA affinity chromatography and mass spectrometry.

LAMBERTI, ANNALISA;ARCARI, PAOLO
2008

Abstract

To elucidate whether eukaryotic elongation factor 1A (eEF-1A) in a human hepidermoid cancer cell line (H1355) belonged to the family of the Ni-interacting protein, we analyzed the sequence of peptides obtained by on-Ni-NTA-agarose tryptic digestion of proteins from H1355 cell extract. LC/MS analysis showed the presence of several peptides mainly from abundant cellular proteins corresponding to eEF-1A, tubulin and actin. The results indicated that F-actin strongly binds to Ni-NTA-agarose whereas the other proteins are indirectly bound to the resin because of the formation of a protein-protein complex with actin.
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