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While more than half of the mammals had the intact integrin-binding motif within 20-28 amino acids downstream of the BMP1 cleavage site, 16 of the 35 (46%) species lacked the RGD. Most of the species that lost their RGD motif within this region had sequences that were presumably inactive remnants of the tripeptide (Figure Saint Laurent Classic Paris 105 Zip Escarpin Free Shipping Get Authentic Buy Cheap Sneakernews Discount Inexpensive LxmjB
). At least one species within the orders Pilosa, Cingulata, Carnivora, Cetacea, Primates, Didelphimorphia, Monotremata, Rodentia, and Soricomorpha, had lost this RGD domain. (When two alleles from a single species were available, the conservation or loss of RGD was always verified in the second allele, data not shown). The diversity of the animals missing the RGD domain suggests that the requirement of DPP to bind to a cell surface through this specific site was present in the ancestral DSPP gene but was independently lost many times over mammalian evolution. Although several routes to RGD loss can be observed, the most frequent change was the arginine codon, CGA, changing into a glutamine, CAA. This sense strand G-to-A transition likely reflects the deamination of a methylated CpG dinucleotide to TpG on the antisense strand similar to that previously noted for other CpG motifs within the methylated human DPP repeat [ 8 ]. (Deamination of the sense strand CpG motif itself would result in a nonsense codon that would presumably be selected against.)

The appearance of RGD missense mutations widely scattered across the mammalian phylogenetic tree would seem to support a hypothesis of harmless random loss of the integrin-binding property with time. However, two other observations need to also be considered; first, the appearance of one new RGD motif in a DSP-encoding portion of platypus DSPP and second, two new RGD tripeptides near the carboxy-terminal end of the European shrew's DPP (Figure Alexander Wang RoundToe Ankle Boots Sale Ebay Buy Cheap With Paypal Discount Low Shipping jJ6jnACjm
). These other RGD motifs caution us to acknowledge that at least some animals may retain the requirement for tethering DSPP to at least one cell type through an RGD at some point during their reproductive life spans. In addition, it has not been empirically shown that those DSPP/DPP proteins lacking the RGD are functionally incapable of binding to integrins or other cell surface proteins that do not require this specific tripeptide. Rat DSPP, for example, has changed the original RGD into the presumably inactive HGD but it also has acquired the REDV sequence within its DSP domain. This tetrapeptide is reported to be involved in specific cell attachment of splice variants of fibronectin [ 36 ]. In summary, it can be noted that nearly half of the mammalian species do not require an intact RGD but it is possible that the ability to bind DSPP/DPP to a cell surface may remain under evolutionary constraint in some species.

Figure 3

The DPP sequences of 26 mammalian species and green anole . Specific motifs are highlighted: SSD-like (highlighted in grey and includes a few simple variations on the tripeptide motif such as SSN and SSE); SKSD-like (blue); RGD (yellow); SSSSS (green); and dipeptides (pink). The extended carboxy-terminal regions for platypus and anole are highlighted in red. Within the anole sequence, serines encoded by TCN-type codons within the repeat domain are in black bold and arginines are highlighted in blue. All serines within the mammalian SSD repeat (except for SKSD) are AGC/T type codons. Stop codons are noted as *. A larger font file of these sequences is available as Additional File 3 .

As first discussed in detail by McKnight et al . [ 8 ], the SSD units in humans are likely to have originated with the primordial 9 bp sequence, AGC AGC GAC, and expanded by a combination of slip replication and unequal recombination events. Single basepair changes, usually attributable to deamination of the methylated CpG and CpApG sequences, explained the most common variations within tripeptides. It was also noted that virtually all of the ~450 serine codons within the human repeat domain were of the AGC/T-type and not TCN-type codons. The only exceptions to the AGC/T-serine codon rule were three SKSD (and the single, related SKSE) tetrapeptides located near the 5' end of the repeat (highlighted in blue in Figure 3 ). The four SKSD/E tetrapeptides not only used the TCN-type serine codon (TCA), they also accounted for 83% of the positively charged amino acids within the entire ~700 amino acid repeat domain. Because the change of the AGC/T-type serines of a SSD unit would require five sequential single basepair changes to become a KSD, it is reasonable to conclude that this motif was probably introduced a single time into the repeat domain and then duplicated along with portions of the SSD repeat by slip replication and/or recombination events.

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