Thermodynamic and Kinetic Study of the Fibrillization of a Family of Tetrapeptides and Its Application to Self-Sorting. What Takes So Long?
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TítuloThermodynamic and Kinetic Study of the Fibrillization of a Family of Tetrapeptides and Its Application to Self-Sorting. What Takes So Long?
Fecha de publicación2015-04-13
Versión del editorhttp://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/acs.chemmater.5b00580
EditorAmerican Chemical Society
Insight is provided into the thermodynamics and kinetics of peptide fibrillization, a process of particular interest in biomedicine due to its direct relationship to amyloid diseases. The studied isomeric tetrapeptides ... [+]
Insight is provided into the thermodynamics and kinetics of peptide fibrillization, a process of particular interest in biomedicine due to its direct relationship to amyloid diseases. The studied isomeric tetrapeptides are terminally end-capped and present two hydrophobic phenylalanine residues and two ionizable hydrophilic aspartic acid residues. These compounds form gels in water which are composed of self-assembled fibrillar networks. Potentiometric titrations have afforded acid-base and solubility constants associated with the fibrillization process. A remarkable pKa shift of the peptide side chains is observed linked to aggregation, allowing for fiber formation at pH values around neutrality. The magnitude of the pKa shift is directly related to the solubility of the tetrapeptides, namely, to the free energy change associated with fibrillization. Therefore, potentiometric titration emerges as a simple tool to evaluate the thermodynamic parameters of the process. Additionally kinetic measurements with NMR, fluorescence spectroscopy, and SANS reveal that initial peptide dimerization is most likely to be the fibrillization rate-determining step. The aggregation process in all cases presents a relatively long lag time of ca. 1-3 h and takes more than 8 h to complete. No correlation is observed between kinetic and thermodynamic parameters. Finally, kinetically controlled self-sorting of a mixture of two isomeric tetrapeptides is described. © 2015 American Chemical Society. [-]
Palabras clave / Materias
Agglomeration | Amino acids | Fluorescence spectroscopy | Free energy | Peptides | Potentiometers (electric measuring instruments) | Solubility | Thermodynamics | Titration | Voltammetry | Aspartic acid residues | Kinetic and thermodynamic parameters | Kinetically controlled | Phenylalanine residues | Potentiometric titrations | Self assembled fibrillar networks | Thermodynamic parameter | Thermodynamics and kinetics
Cita bibliográficaTENA-SOLSONA, Marta, et al. Thermodynamic and Kinetic Study of the Fibrillization of a Family of Tetrapeptides and its Application to Self-sorting. What Takes so Long?. Chemistry of Materials, 2015, vol. 27, no 9, p. 3358-3365
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