Data supporting beta-amyloid dimer structural transitions and protein-lipid interactions on asymmetric lipid bilayer surfaces using MD simulations on experimentally derived NMR protein structures

Sara Y. Cheng, George Chou, Creighton Buie, Mark W. Vaughn, Campbell Compton, Kwan H. Cheng

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Abstract

This data article supports the research article entitled "Maximally Asymmetric Transbilayer Distribution of Anionic Lipids Alters the Structure and interaction with Lipids of an Amyloidogenic Protein Dimer Bound to the Membrane Surface" [1]. We describe supporting data on the binding kinetics, time evolution of secondary structure, and residue-contact maps of a surface-absorbed beta-amyloid dimer protein on different membrane surfaces. We further demonstrate the sorting of annular and non-annular regions of the protein/lipid bilayer simulation systems, and the correlation of lipid-number mismatch and surface area per lipid mismatch of asymmetric lipid membranes.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)658-672
Number of pages15
JournalData in Brief
Volume7
DOIs
StatePublished - Jun 1 2016

Keywords

  • Asymmetric lipid membranes
  • Beta-Amyloid
  • Protein aggregation
  • Protein structure on surfaces
  • Protein-lipid interactions

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