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Structural Basis for the Inhibition of IAPP Fibril Formation by the Hsp60 Co-Chaperonin Prefoldin

Ricarda Toerner
Elisa Colas Debled
Daphna Fenel
Pierre Gans
Guy Schoehn
Jerome Boisbouvier

Résumé

Chaperones, as modulators of protein conformational states, are key cellular actors to prevent the accumulation of fibrillar aggregates. Here, we integrated kinetic investigations with structural studies to elucidate how the ubiquitous co-chaperonin prefoldin (PFD) inhibits diabetes associated islet amyloid polypeptide (IAPP) fibril formation. We demonstrated that both human and archaeal PFD interfere similarly with the IAPP fibril elongation and secondary nucleation pathways. Using archaeal prefoldin model, we combined NMR spectroscopy with EM to establish that the inhibition of fibril formation is mediated by the binding of prefoldins coiled- coil helices to the flexible IAPP N-terminal segment accessible on the fibril surface and fibril ends. AFM demonstrates that binding of prefoldin to IAPP leads to the formation of lower amounts of aggregates, composed of shorter fibrils, clustered together. Linking structural models with observed fibrillation inhibition processes opens new perspectives for understanding the interference between natural chaperones and formation of disease-associated amyloids.

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hal-03394407 , version 1 (22-10-2021)

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Ricarda Toerner, Tatsiana Kupreichyk, Lothar Gremer, Elisa Colas Debled, Daphna Fenel, et al.. Structural Basis for the Inhibition of IAPP Fibril Formation by the Hsp60 Co-Chaperonin Prefoldin. 2021. ⟨hal-03394407⟩
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