Supporting data on characterisation of linker switch mutants of Plasmodium falciparum heat shock protein 110 and canonical Hsp70

Publication year: 2021
Authors: Graham Chakafana a,b, Pertunia T. Mudau a, Tawanda Zininga a,c, Addmore Shonhai a
Affiliations:

a - Department of Biochemistry, University of Venda, Private Bag X5050, Thohoyandou, 0950, South Africa
b - Department of Medicine, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa
c - Department of Biochemistry, Stellenbosch University, Stellenbosch, 7600, South Africa

Published in: Data in Brief, 2021, Vol. 37, p. 107177
doi: 10.1016/j.dib.2021.107177

Here, we present data on characterisation of the linker of Plasmodium falciparum Hsp110 (PfHsp70-z) relative to the linker of canonical Hsp70s in support of a co-published article [1]. The linker of PfHsp70-z was switched with that of canonical Hsp70s, represented by PfHsp70–1 (cytosolic counterpart of PfHsp70-z) and E. coli Hsp70/DnaK. The datasets represent comparative analyses of PfHsp70-z, PfHsp70–1, and E. coli DnaK, relative to their linker switch mutants; PfHsp70-zLS, PfHsp70–1LS, DnaKLS, respectively. Intrinsic and extrinsic fluorescence spectroscopic analyses were employed to elucidate effects of the mutations on the structural features of the proteins. The structural conformations of the proteins were analysed in the absence as well as presence of nucleotides. In addition, stability of the proteins to stress (pH changes and urea) was also determined. Surface plasmon resonance (SPR) was employed to determine affinity of the proteins for ATP. The relative affinities of PfHsp70-z and PfHsp70–1 for the parasite cytosol localised, J domain co-chaperone, PfHsp40, was determined by SPR analysis. The effect of the linker of PfHsp70-z on the interaction of DnaKLS with DnaJ (a co-chaperone of DnaK), was similarly determined. These data could be used for future investigations involving protein-protein/ligand interactions as described in [1]. The raw data obtained using the various techniques here described are hosted in the Mendeley Data repository at [2].


MP-SPR keywords: binding, CMD 3D, protein-protein interaction