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Stable isotope-labeled amino acid and method for incorporating same into target protein 実績あり

外国特許コード F110005832
整理番号 A021-16US
掲載日 2011年10月21日
出願国 アメリカ合衆国
出願番号 87216304
公報番号 20020051893
公報番号 7022310
出願日 平成14年12月19日(2002.12.19)
公報発行日 平成14年5月2日(2002.5.2)
公報発行日 平成18年4月4日(2006.4.4)
国際出願番号 JP2002013303
国際公開番号 WO2003053910
国際出願日 平成14年12月19日(2002.12.19)
国際公開日 平成15年7月3日(2003.7.3)
優先権データ
  • 特願2001-386823 (2001.12.19) JP
  • 特願2002-022446 (2002.1.30) JP
  • 2002WO-JP13303 (2002.12.19) WO
発明の名称 (英語) Stable isotope-labeled amino acid and method for incorporating same into target protein 実績あり
発明の概要(英語) (US7022310)
The present invention provides a stable isotope-labeled amino acid which is at least one of amino acids constituting a protein and which has at least one of the following labeling patterns: (a) hydrogen atoms except at least one hydrogen atom in one or more methylene groups are deuterated, (b) hydrogen atoms in one of prochiral gem-methyl groups are completely deuterated, (c) hydrogen atoms in prochiral methyl groups are partially deuterated, and (d) all hydrogen atoms except one of them in methyl group are deuterated and hydrogen atoms in the aromatic ring are partially deuterated.
With the stable isotope-labeled amino acid, the deuteration of protein can be attained without damaging the NMR sensitivity of remaining hydrogen nucleus and, in addition, the rapid, accurate analysis of NMR spectrum of a high-molecular protein which is beyond the limitation in the prior art and the determination of the stereo-structure can be performed at the same time.
特許請求の範囲(英語) [claim1]
1. A combination of stable isotope-labeled amino acids constituting a target protein, wherein all amino acids constituting the target protein have the following label patterns:
(a) when a methylene group having two hydrogen atoms is present, one methylene hydrogen atom is deuterated,(b) when prochiral gem-methyl groups are present, all hydrogen atoms in one methyl group are completely deuterated and hydrogen atoms in the other methyl group are partially deuterated,(c) when a methyl group other than those stated above in (b) is present, then all hydrogen atoms except one of them in the methyl group are deuterated or all hydrogen atoms in the methyl group are deuterated,(d) when the aromatic ring has hydrogen atoms, the hydrogen atoms in the aromatic ring may be partially deuterated,(e) after the deuteration in above (a), (b), and (c), all carbon atoms of hydrogen atom-containing methylene group and/or methyl group are replaced with 13C, and(f) all nitrogen atoms are replaced with 15N.
[claim2]
2. The combination of stable isotope-labeled amino acids of claim 1, wherein when said pattern is (d), then when the aromatic ring has hydrogen atoms, the hydrogen atoms in the aromatic ring are partially deuterated.
[claim3]
3. The combination of stable isotope-labeled amino acids of claim 2, wherein (e) all carbon atoms of hydrogen atom-containing methylene group and methyl group are replaced with 13C after the deuteration in (a), (b) and (c).
[claim4]
4. The combination of stable isotope-labeled amino acids of claim 3, wherein carbon atoms constituting carbonyl group and guanidyl group in the amino acids are replaced with 13C.
[claim5]
5. A method for producing a target protein composed of stable isotope-labeled amino acids, which comprises synthesizing a cell-free protein by using the combination of the stable isotope-labeled amino acids set forth in claim 1.
[claim6]
6. The method for producing a target protein according to claim 5 wherein a combination of stable isotope-labeled amino acids of claim 2 is used as the all amino acids constituting the target protein.
[claim7]
7. The method for producing a target protein according to claim 5 wherein a combination of stable isotope-labeled amino acids of claim 3 is used as the all amino acids constituting the target protein.
[claim8]
8. The method for producing a target protein according to claim 5 wherein a combination of stable isotope-labeled amino acids of claim 4 is used as the all amino acids constituting the target protein.
[claim9]
9. A method for analyzing the structure of a target protein using NMR, which comprises analyzing the structure of the target protein, in which all the amino acids constituting the target protein are replaced with the stable isotope-labeled amino acids of claim 1, by NMR spectral determination.
[claim10]
10. The method for analyzing the structure of a target protein using NMR according to claim 9 wherein all the amino acids constituting the target protein are replaced with the stable isotope-labeled amino acids of claim 2.
[claim11]
11. The method for analyzing the structure of a target protein using NMR according to claim 9 wherein all the amino acids constituting the target protein are replaced with the stable isotope-labeled amino acids of claim 3.
[claim12]
12. The method for analyzing the structure of a target protein using NMR according to claim 9 wherein all the amino acids constituting the target protein are replaced with the stable isotope-labeled amino acids of claim 4.
[claim13]
13. A method for producing regio-selectively stable isotope-labeled fumaric acid, which comprises coupling stable isotope-labeled acetic acid with stable isotope-labeled bromoacetic acid.
[claim14]
14. A method for producing regio-selectively stable isotope-labeled fumaric acid, which comprises the steps of: tert-butyl-esterifying stable isotope-labeled acetic acid and stable isotope-labeled bromoacetic acid;
oxidatively coupling said tert-butyl-esterified acids to form a product;
and
hydrolyzing the product with an acid.
[claim15]
15. The method according to claim 14, wherein said tert-butyl-esterifying step comprises bringing stable isotope-labeled acetic acid and stable isotope-labeled bromoacetic acid into contact with liquefied isobutene in the presence of an acid catalyst to convert the stable isotope-labeled acetic acid and stable isotope-labeled bromoacetic acid into tert-butyl esters thereof.
[claim16]
16. A method for producing regio-selectively stable isotope-labeled fumaric acid, comprising the steps of: converting tert-butyl acetate obtained from stable isotope-labeled acetic acid into an enolate thereof to form a stable isotope-labeled bromoacetic acid;adding tert-butyl bromoacetate obtained from said stable isotope-labeled bromoacetic acid in the presence of an organoselenium compound;oxidizing a compound obtained from said adding step;
and
hydrolyzing a product obtained in said oxidizing step.
[claim17]
17. A method for producing stable isotope-labeled tartaric acid, which comprises oxidizing the stable isotope-labeled fumaric acid produced by the method of claim 13 with an asymmetric dihydroxylating agent and hydrolyzing the obtained product.
[claim18]
18. The method for producing stable isotope-labeled tartaric acid according to claim 17, wherein the asymmetric dihydroxylating agent is selected from the group consisting of AD-mix-alpha and AD-mix-beta .
[claim19]
19. A group of amino acids constituting a protein, wherein all of said amino acids constituting the protein have one or more deuterium atoms in a predetermined labeling pattern selected from the group consisting of:
(a) at least one hydrogen atom is a deuterium atom, provided that at least one hydrogen atom in one or more methylene groups is not a deuterium atom,(b) when prochiral gem-methyl groups are present, each hydrogen atom in one prochiral gem-methyl group is a deuterium atom,(c) when prochiral gem-methyl groups are present, hydrogen atoms in at least one prochiral gem-methyl group are partially replaced with deuterium atoms,(d) one hydrogen atoms in a methylene group is a deuterium atom while, when an aromatic ring has hydrogen atoms, the hydrogen atoms in the aromatic ring are partially replaced with deuterium atoms, and(e) when a methyl group other than a prochiral gem-methyl group is present, then all hydrogen atoms except one of them in the methyl group are replaced with deuterium atoms or all hydrogen atoms in the methyl group are replaced with deuterium atoms;
and
wherein all nitrogen atoms of said group of amino acids are replaced with 15N.
[claim20]
20. The group of amino acids according to claim 19, wherein all carbon atoms having remaining hydrogen atoms, which have not been replaced with deuterium atoms, in at least one of said methylene group, said prochiral gem-methyl group and said methyl group, are replaced with 13C.
[claim21]
21. A method for analyzing the structure of a target protein, comprising: detecting an NMR spectrum of said target protein, in which all of the amino acids constituting the target protein are replaced with the group of amino acids according to claim 19;
and
analyzing the structure of the target protein based on the detected NMR spectrum.
  • 発明者/出願人(英語)
  • KAINOSHO MASATSUNE
  • TERAUCHI TSUTOMU
  • JAPAN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY AGENCY
国際特許分類(IPC)
米国特許分類/主・副
  • C07B059/00C
  • C07C051/09
  • C07C229/08
  • C07C229/22
  • C07C229/24
  • C07C229/26
  • C07C229/36
  • C07C323/58
  • C07K001/13
  • H01L051/00M12F4
  • H01L051/00M12F8
  • H01L051/00M12F
  • H01L051/50E
  • H01L051/52B4
  • M07B200/05
  • S01N024/08
  • T01L051/00M12D4
  • T01L051/00M12F8
  • T01L051/00M6F
参考情報 (研究プロジェクト等) CREST Genetic Programming AREA
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