Biomod/2012/UTokyo/KaseiRunners/hogehogechichichi

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Result

1. Triggers opened the DNA tube.

This section describes the DNA tube with toehold is opened by key strands.

1-1. Structure change of the tubular DNA nanostructure
1-2. Morphological change of the tube-dsDNA template conjugate
1-3. RNA polymerase binding to the integrated template dsDNA in the closed and opened tube.

Method

1-1. Structure change of the tubular DNA nanostructure

Figure 1-1. We made six-helix bundled DNA tube using DNA nano technology (Endo et al., 2012). Using the built in toehold system, specific key (DNA strands) induced the opening of the tubular structure.

Endo M et al., Transcription Regulation System Mediated by Mechanical Operation of a DNA Nanostructure JACS 134, 2852-2855 (2012)

1-1. Structure change of the tubular DNA nanostructure and insertion template DNA into it

Figure 1-1. We made six-helix bundled DNA tube using DNA nano technology (Endo et al., 2012). Using the built in toehold system, specific key (DNA strands) induced the opening of the tubular structure. We also succeeded in integrating gfp gene into toehold- attached tube. Addition of the key induced the opening of the tubular structure. Analysis using 4% native polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (PAGE).
Endo M et al., Transcription Regulation System Mediated by Mechanical Operation of a DNA Nanostructure JACS 134, 2852-2855 (2012)

1-3. RNA polymerase binding to the integrated template dsDNA in the closed and opened tube.

Figure 1-3. We tested if tube wraps the head of template DNA (40bp). The DNA in this experiment has T7 promoter sequence in its front. Theoretically, if it’s open, T7 RNAP binds to the DNA, but it’s closed, that doesn’t. We concluded that opened-tube clearly bound to T7RNAP, but some closed-tubes also bound to T7RNAP.

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2. Kinesin was synthesized from dsDNA by pure system.


2-1. Expression of kinesin using PURE system
2-2. Movement of kinesin-DNA origami tile complex along the microtubules
2-3. Observation of PURE system expressed kinesin movement.

method

2-1. Expression of kinesin using PURE system

Figure 2-1. PURE system, which stands for "Protein synthesis Using Recombinant Elements", is a reconstituted cell-free protein synthesis system developed in Ueda-lab (Shimizu et al., 2001). This reaction system consists of proteins, ribosome, amino acids and NTPs, which are necessary for transcription, translation and energy regeneration. Using PUREfrex system, which is the improved version of the original PURE sytem, we suceeded in expressing the kinesin. And HaloTag or SNAPTag protein were fused to the C-terminal end of kinesin. After 3h incubation at 37 'C, specific fluorescent ligand (TMR for HaloTag and ATTO532 for SNAPTag) were added to the reaction mixer. Samples were analyzed by 12% SDS-PAGE. Arrows indicate the position of expressed kinesin.

2-2. Movement of kinesin-DNA origami tile complex along the microtubules

Figure 2-2. This movie shows the movement of kinesin - Rectangle DNA origami tile (Rothemund 2006) complex along the microtubule filament. Each bright fluorescent spots indicate the Cy5 dye labeled individual kinesin-tile complex.

Rothemund PW., Folding DNA to create nanoscale shapes and patterns. Nature 440: 297.302 (2006)

2-3. Observation of PURE system expressed kinesin movement.

Figure 2-3. PURE system, which stands for "Protein synthesis Using Recombinant Elements", is a reconstituted cell-free protein synthesis system developed in Ueda-lab (Shimizu et al., 2001). This reaction system consists of proteins, ribosome, amino acids and NTPs, which are necessary for transcription, translation and energy regeneration. To examine the motile activity of PURE system expressed kinesin, we observed the kinesin movement at single molecule level. (A) A kymograph showed that PURE system expressed kinesin walked processively. (B) Speed (0.83 +/- 0.27 mm/s) is slightly faster than that of E. coli expressed kinesin (0.66 +/- 0.18 mm/s). (C) Run length (0.66 mm) is slightly longer than that of E. coli expressed kinesin (0.42 mm). From these results, we conclude that tha motile activity of PURE expressed kinesin is similar with that of E. coli expressed kinesin.

Shimizu Y. et al., Cell-free translation reconstituted with purified components. Nat Biotechnol, 19, 751-755 (2001).

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3. Cargo was attached to the DNA structure.


This section describes the DNA tube with toehold is opened by key strands.

3-1. Gel electrophoresis of the biotin conjugated DNA tile and Alexa-532 labeled Streptavidin.
3-2. DNA-tile can bind to NeutrAvidin beads.
3-3. RNA polymerase binding to the integrated template dsDNA in the closed and opened tube.・

method

3-1. Gel electrophoresis of the biotin conjugated DNA tile and Alexa-532 labeled Streptavidin.

Figure 3-1. Gel electrophoresis of the biotin conjugated DNA tile and Alexa-532 labeled Streptavidin.

The SA only lane (lane2) showed a broad band of SA in SA image (left) and no signal in the DNA tile image (right). In contrast, after the addition of DNA tile into the SA solution (lane4), sharp a band corresponding to the DNA tile band appeared. These results indicate that biotin labeled staples were incorporated into the DNA tile.

3-2. DNA-tile can bind to NeutrAvidin beads.

Figure 3-2. DNA-tile can bind to NeutrAvidin beads.

To change the storage buffer to reaction buffer, beads were washed with "1 x Tile buffer" several times. Then washed beads were mixed with DNA-origami tile, having Halo-Tag ligands for protein anchoring and Cy5 fluorophore for detection. We used two types of DNA-tile. One has 4 biotin site for NA binding, and the other did not. Prior to mixture with beads, both types of DNA-tile showed single band(arrow head), indicating that the electrophoretic mobility of the two types are similar. In contrast, after mixing with beads, only the DNA-tile having biotins showed upward shifted band(arrow), coincide with the beads position. These results indicated that the biotinylated DNA-tile can specifically bind to the beads.

3-3. DNA-tile can bind to NeutrAvidin beads.

Figure 3-3. DNA-tile can bind to NeutrAvidin beads.

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4. Kinesin bound to the DNA structure.

This section is about the binding of kinesins to the DNA structure.

4-1. Kinesin with Halo Tag bound to the DNA tile with SNAPf Tag Ligand.
4-2. Kinesin with Halo Tag bound to the DNA tile with Halo Tag Ligand.

method

4-1. Kinesin with Halo Tag bound to the DNA tile with SNAPf Tag Ligand.

Figure 4-1. Gel electrophoresis of the DNA tile with SNAPf Tag Ligand and Kinesin with SNAP Tag.

Alexa647-labeled SNAPfTag-Kinesins were mixed with Cy3-labeled DNA origami tiles (rectangle type), and incubated for 2 hours at room temperature. Concentration of the SNAPfTag-kinesin was 20 times higher than that of SNAPfTag handle incorporated into DNA tile. While there are no binding of SNAPfTag-kinesin to the HaloTag ligand incorporated DNA tile (lane 4), there are clear band of SNAPfTag-kinesin at the position of DNA tile (lane 2; label ratio roughly 70 %), suggesting the specific binding of SNAPfTag-kinesin to SNAPfTag incorporated DNA tile.

4-2. Kinesin with Halo Tag bound to the DNA tile with Halo Tag Ligand.

Figure 4-2. Gel electrophoresis of the DNA tile with Halo Tag Ligand and Kinesin with Halo Tag.

Cy5-labeled HaloTag-Kinesins were mixed with Cy3-labeled DNA origami tiles (rectangle type), and incubated for 4 hours at room temperature. Concentration of the HaloTag-kinesin was 10 times higher than that of HaloTag handle incorporated into DNA tile. While there are no binding of HaloTag-kinesin to the plane DNA tile (HaloTag ligand-less tile; lane 4), there are clear band of HaloTag-kinesin at the position of DNA tile (lane 3; label ratio of 32 %), suggesting the specific binding of HaloTag-kinesin to HaloTag incorporated DNA tile.

4-3. Kinesins aligned by DNA tile walked longer.

Figure 4-3. .

Single-molecule images were visualized by a total internal reflection fluorescence microscope (TIRF; Miyazono et al. 2010). Miyazono Y. et al., Strain through the neck linker ensures processive runs: a DNA-kinesin hybrid nanomachine study. EMBO J 29, 93-106 (2010) Similar results were reported very recently (Derr et al. 2012). Derr ND. et al., Tug-of-War in Motor Protein Ensembles Revealed with a Programmable DNA Origami Scaffold Science Epub ahead of print 11 October 2012)

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5. Kinesins synthesized by Pure System transported the DNA structure.

This section is under construction. We tried hard but haven’t succeeded yet.

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