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Combining atomic-level Molecular Dynamics with coarse-grained Monte-Carlo dynamics Andrzej Koliński Laboratory of Theory of Combining atomic-level Molecular Dynamics with coarse-grained Monte-Carlo dynamics Andrzej Koliński Laboratory of Theory of Biopolymers, Faculty of Chemistry, University of Warsaw http: //www. biocomp. chem. uw. edu. pl Bioinformatics 2013 / BIT 13, 26 -29 June 2013, Toruń, Poland

All-atom MD with explicit water • Atomic-Level Characterization of the Structural Dynamics of Proteins, All-atom MD with explicit water • Atomic-Level Characterization of the Structural Dynamics of Proteins, Science, 2010 • How Fast-Folding Proteins Fold, Science, 2011 1 milisecond simulations ANTON - David E. Shaw group

Different all-atom force-fields (explicit water) are: - able to fold a protein into its Different all-atom force-fields (explicit water) are: - able to fold a protein into its native tertiary structure - inconsistent in the description of a folding pathway Simulations of near-native dynamics seem to be essentially force-field independent. M. Rueda, C. Ferrer-Costa, T. Meyer, A. Perez, J. Camps, A. Hospital, J. L. Gelpi, M. Orozco, A consensus view of protein dynamics Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A. 104: 796− 801, 2007

Coarse-grained models Coarse-grained models

Coarse-grained models of moderate resolution (~102 faster than all-atom MD) Lattice Kolinski et al. Coarse-grained models of moderate resolution (~102 faster than all-atom MD) Lattice Kolinski et al. Continuous Baker et al. Liwo et al.

CABS model Force field Short range conformational propensities Context-dependent pairwise interactions of side groups CABS model Force field Short range conformational propensities Context-dependent pairwise interactions of side groups A model of main chain hydrogen bonds Interaction parameters are modulated by the predicted secondary structure and account for complex multibody interactions and the averaged effect of solvent Sampling – Monte Carlo dynamics A. Kolinski, Protein modeling and structure prediction with a reduced representation Acta Biochimica Polonica 51: 349 -371, 2004

Reconstruction & optimization procedure protein backbone reconstruction side chain reconstruction all-atom minimization step Reconstruction & optimization procedure protein backbone reconstruction side chain reconstruction all-atom minimization step

Protein dynamics All-atom MD (A – Amber, C – Charmm, G – Gromos and Protein dynamics All-atom MD (A – Amber, C – Charmm, G – Gromos and O – OPLS/AA force-fields) is consistent with CABS stochastic dynamics (after a proper renormalizations) at short time-scales (10 ns) M. Jamroz, M. Orozco, A. Kolinski, S. Kmiecik, A Consistent View of Protein Fluctuations from All-atom Molecular Dynamics and Coarse-Grained Dynamics with Knowledge-based Force-field, J. Chem. Theory Comput. 9: 19– 125, 2013 J. Wabik, S. Kmiecik, D. Gront, M. Kouza, A. Kolinski, Combining Coarse. Grained Protein Models with Replica-Exchange All-Atom Molecular Dynamics, International Journal of Molecular Sciences 14: 9893 -9905, 2013.

CABS models reconstructed all-atom models (AMBER) Kmiecik, D. Gront, M. Kouza, A. Kolinski, From CABS models reconstructed all-atom models (AMBER) Kmiecik, D. Gront, M. Kouza, A. Kolinski, From Coarse-Grained to Atomic-Level Characterization of Protein Dynamics: Transition State for the Folding of B Domain of Protein A, J. Phys. Chem. B 116: 7026 -7032, 2012

Dynamics: CABS and all-atoms MD Dynamics: CABS and all-atoms MD

Example of residue fluctuation profiles Example of residue fluctuation profiles

Benchmarks summary Test set (10 ns trajectories) Compared data Avg. Spearman’s corr. coeff. between Benchmarks summary Test set (10 ns trajectories) Compared data Avg. Spearman’s corr. coeff. between residue fluctuation profiles 22 proteins MD vs. CABS (each one by 4 different force fields) 0. 70 393 non-redundant proteins (Amber force field) 0. 70 MD vs. CABS 140 non-redundant and NMR vs. CABS NMR solved proteins NMR vs. MD (Amber force field) MD vs. CABS (J Chem Theory Comput, 2013) (Nucl Acid Res, 2013) 0. 72 (yet unpublished ) 0. 65 0. 69

http: //biocomp. chem. uw. edu. pl/CABSflex http: //biocomp. chem. uw. edu. pl/CABSflex

CABS-flex PDB: 1 BSN, F 1 -ATPase subunit, 138 AA CABS-flex PDB: 1 BSN, F 1 -ATPase subunit, 138 AA

CABS-flex PDB: 1 BSN, F 1 -ATPase subunit, 138 AA CABS-flex PDB: 1 BSN, F 1 -ATPase subunit, 138 AA

CABS-flex PDB: 1 BHE, polygalacturonase, 376 AA CABS-flex PDB: 1 BHE, polygalacturonase, 376 AA

 CABS-fold: server for protein structure prediction http: //biocomp. chem. uw. edu. pl/CABSfold CABS-fold: server for protein structure prediction http: //biocomp. chem. uw. edu. pl/CABSfold

CABS in structure prediction M. Blaszczyk, M. Jamroz, S. Kmiecik, A. Kolinski, CABS-fold: server CABS in structure prediction M. Blaszczyk, M. Jamroz, S. Kmiecik, A. Kolinski, CABS-fold: server for the novo and consensus-based prediction of protein structure, Nucleic Acids Research, 2013

Structure prediction (de-novo) The predicted models (colored in rainbow) are superimposed on native structures Structure prediction (de-novo) The predicted models (colored in rainbow) are superimposed on native structures (colored in magenta) Modeling accuracy could be highly improved when combined with compartive modeling. A. Kolinski, J. M. Bujnicki, Generalized protein structure prediction based on combination of fold-recognition with de novo folding and evaluation of models, Proteins 61(S 7): 84 -90, 2005

Structure prediction (homology modeling) CASP 9 examples 9 th Community Wide Experiment on the Structure prediction (homology modeling) CASP 9 examples 9 th Community Wide Experiment on the Critical Assessment of Techniques for Protein Structure Prediction

CABS – docking and interactions Simulations of induced folding (binding) of intrisingly disordered protein CABS – docking and interactions Simulations of induced folding (binding) of intrisingly disordered protein p. KIG with KIX domain

CABS – docking and interactions Simulations of induced folding (binding) of intrisingly disordered protein CABS – docking and interactions Simulations of induced folding (binding) of intrisingly disordered protein p. KIG with KIX domain

 Summary: CABS could be easily combined with all-atom Molecular Dynamics and used in Summary: CABS could be easily combined with all-atom Molecular Dynamics and used in studies of protein dynamics, interactions and structure prediction LTB servers based on CABS tools: URL: http: //biocomp. chem. uw. edu. pl/CABSfold URL: http: //biocomp. chem. uw. edu. pl/CABSflex M. Jamroz, A. Kolinski & S. Kmiecik, CABS-flex: server for fast simulation of protein structure fluctuations, Nucleic Acids Research, 1 -5, 2013 M. Blaszczyk, M. Jamroz, S. Kmiecik, A. Kolinski, CABS-fold: server for the novo and consensus-based prediction of protein structure, Nucleic Acids Research 1 -6, 2013

Thank you! Co-authors: Drs. Sebastian Kmiecik, Michał Jamróz, Dominik Gront, Maciej Błaszczyk, Mateusz Kurciński, Thank you! Co-authors: Drs. Sebastian Kmiecik, Michał Jamróz, Dominik Gront, Maciej Błaszczyk, Mateusz Kurciński, Jacek Wabik and others ….