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CDK6 (monomeric) in complex with inhibitor
Biology and Chemistry Report
3NUP
  •   Structure Details   Hide

    Structure Keywords

    Keywords TRANSFERASE/TRANSFERASE INHIBITOR
    Text kinase, Protein Kinase, ATP binding, phosphorylation, TRANSFERASE-TRANSFERASE INHIBITOR complex

    Polymeric Molecules

    Chain A
    Description Cell division protein kinase 6 
    Fragment UNP residues 1-301 
    Nonstandard Linkage no 
    Nonstandard Monomers no 
    Polymer Type polypeptide(L) 
    Formula Weight 35019.5 
    Source Method genetically manipulated  
    Entity Name Serine/threonine-protein kinase PLSTIRE 

    Ligands and Prosthetic Groups

    ID Name Chemical Formula Weight Ligand Structure
    3NU  4-[3-(1-methylethyl)-1H-pyrazol-4-yl]-N-(1-methylpiperidin-4-yl)pyrimidin-2-amine  C16 H24 N6   300.40  View 
     
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    UniProtKB Information

    Chain SWS/UNP ID SWS/UNP Accession(s)
    A CDK6_HUMAN A4D1G0     

    Keywords and Names

    Chain(s) RCSB Name UniProtKB Name UniProtKB Keywords

    EC, Associated Pathways and Catalytic Sites

    Chain(s) IUBMB KEGG BioCyc
    2.7.11.22      
    C: Cellular Location | F: Molecular Function | P: Biological Process
    Chain A
    GO ID   Ontology GO Term Definition
    82   G1/s Transition of Mitotic Cell Cycle  The Mitotic Cell Cycle Transition by Which a Cell in G1 Commits to S Phase. the Process Begins with the Build Up of G1 Cyclin Dependent Kinase (g1 Cdk) Resulting in the Activation of Transcription of G1 Cyclins. the Process Ends with the Positive Feedback of the G1 Cyclins On the G1 Cdk Which Commits the Cell to S Phase in Which DNA Replication Is Initiated. 
    278   Mitotic Cell Cycle  Progression Through the Phases of the Mitotic Cell Cycle the Most Common Eukaryotic Cell Cycle Which Canonically Comprises Four Successive Phases Called G1 S G2 and M and Includes Replication of the Genome and the Subsequent Segregation of Chromosomes Into Daughter Cells. in Some Variant Cell Cycles Nuclear Replication or Nuclear Division May Not Be Followed by Cell Division or G1 and G2 Phases May Be Absent. 
    1954   Positive Regulation of Cell Matrix Adhesion  Any Process That Activates or Increases the Rate or Extent of Cell Adhesion to an Extracellular Matrix. 
    3323   Type B Pancreatic Cell Development  The Process Whose Specific Outcome Is the Progression of a Type B Pancreatic Cell Over Time From Its Formation to the Mature Structure. a Type B Pancreatic Cell Is a Cell Located Towards Center of the Islets of Langerhans That Secretes Insulin. 
    6468   Protein Phosphorylation  The Process of Introducing a Phosphate Group On to a Protein. 
    7049   Cell Cycle  The Progression of Biochemical and Morphological Phases and Events That Occur in a Cell During Successive Cell Replication or Nuclear Replication Events. Canonically the Cell Cycle Comprises the Replication and Segregation of Genetic Material Followed by the Division of the Cell But in Endocycles or Syncytial Cells Nuclear Replication or Nuclear Division May Not Be Followed by Cell Division. 
    7050   Cell Cycle Arrest  A Regulatory Process That Halts Progression Through the Cell Cycle During One of the Normal Phases (g1 S G2 M). 
    8285   Negative Regulation of Cell Proliferation  Any Process That Stops Prevents or Reduces the Rate or Extent of Cell Proliferation. 
    9615   Response to Virus  Any Process That Results in a Change in State or Activity of a Cell or an Organism (in Terms of Movement Secretion Enzyme Production Gene Expression Etc.) As a Result of a Stimulus From a Virus. 
    10468   Regulation of Gene Expression  Any Process That Modulates the Frequency Rate or Extent of Gene Expression. Gene Expression Is the Process in Which a Gene's Coding Sequence Is Converted Into a Mature Gene Product or Products (proteins or Rna). This Includes the Production of an RNA Transcript As Well As Any Processing to Produce a Mature RNA Product or an MRNA (for Protein Coding Genes) and the Translation of That MRNA Into Protein. Some Protein Processing Events May Be Included When They Are Required to Form an Active Form of a Product From an Inactive Precursor Form. 
    14002   Astrocyte Development  The Process Aimed At the Progression of an Astrocyte Over Time From Initial Commitment of the Cell to a Specific Fate to the Fully Functional Differentiated Cell. an Astrocyte Is the Most Abundant Type of Glial Cell. Astrocytes Provide Support For Neurons and Regulate the Environment in Which They Function. 
    16310   Phosphorylation  The Process of Introducing a Phosphate Group Into a Molecule Usually with the Formation of a Phosphoric Ester a Phosphoric Anhydride or a Phosphoric Amide. 
    21542   Dentate Gyrus Development  The Process Whose Specific Outcome Is the Progression of the Dentate Gyrus Over Time From Its Formation to the Mature Structure. the Dentate Gyrus Is One of Two Interlocking Gyri of the Hippocampus. It Contains Granule Cells Which Project to the Pyramidal Cells and Interneurons of the Ca3 Region of the Ammon Gyrus. 
    21670   Lateral Ventricle Development  The Process Whose Specific Outcome Is the Progression of the Lateral Ventricles Over Time From the Formation to the Mature Structure. the Two Lateral Ventricles Are a Cavity in Each of the Cerebral Hemispheres Derived From the Cavity of the Embryonic Neural Tube. They Are Separated From Each Other by the Septum Pellucidum and Each Communicates with the Third Ventricle by the Foramen of Monro Through Which Also the Choroid Plexuses of the Lateral Ventricles Become Continuous with That of the Third Ventricle. 
    30154   Cell Differentiation  The Process in Which Relatively Unspecialized Cells E.g. Embryonic or Regenerative Cells Acquire Specialized Structural And/or Functional Features That Characterize the Cells Tissues or Organs of the Mature Organism or Some Other Relatively Stable Phase of the Organism's Life History. Differentiation Includes the Processes Involved in Commitment of a Cell to a Specific Fate and Its Subsequent Development to the Mature State. 
    42063   Gliogenesis  The Process That Results in the Generation of Glial Cells. This Includes the Production of Glial Progenitors and Their Differentiation Into Mature Glia. 
    42127   Regulation of Cell Proliferation  Any Process That Modulates the Frequency Rate or Extent of Cell Proliferation. 
    43697   Cell Dedifferentiation  The Process in Which a Specialized Cell Loses the Structural or Functional Features That Characterize It in the Mature Organism or Some Other Relatively Stable Phase of the Organism's Life History. Under Certain Conditions These Cells Can Revert Back to the Features of the Stem Cells That Were Their Ancestors. 
    45596   Negative Regulation of Cell Differentiation  Any Process That Stops Prevents or Reduces the Frequency Rate or Extent of Cell Differentiation. 
    45638   Negative Regulation of Myeloid Cell Differentiation  Any Process That Stops Prevents or Reduces the Frequency Rate or Extent of Myeloid Cell Differentiation. 
    45646   Regulation of Erythrocyte Differentiation  Any Process That Modulates the Frequency Rate or Extent of Erythrocyte Differentiation. 
    45668   Negative Regulation of Osteoblast Differentiation  Any Process That Stops Prevents or Reduces the Frequency Rate or Extent of Osteoblast Differentiation. 
    45786   Negative Regulation of Cell Cycle  Any Process That Stops Prevents or Reduces the Rate or Extent of Progression Through the Cell Cycle. 
    48146   Positive Regulation of Fibroblast Proliferation  Any Process That Activates or Increases the Frequency Rate or Extent of Multiplication or Reproduction of Fibroblast Cells. 
    48699   Generation of Neurons  The Process in Which Nerve Cells Are Generated. This Includes the Production of Neuroblasts and Their Differentiation Into Neurons. 
    50680   Negative Regulation of Epithelial Cell Proliferation  Any Process That Stops Prevents or Reduces the Rate or Extent of Epithelial Cell Proliferation. 
    51301   Cell Division  The Process Resulting in Division and Partitioning of Components of a Cell to Form More Cells; May or May Not Be Accompanied by the Physical Separation of a Cell Into Distinct Individually Membrane Bounded Daughter Cells. 
    2000145   Regulation of Cell Motility  Any Process That Modulates the Frequency Rate or Extent of Cell Motility. 
    2000773   Negative Regulation of Cellular Senescence  Any Process That Stops Prevents or Reduces the Frequency Rate or Extent of Cellular Senescence. 
    307   Cyclin Dependent Protein Kinase Holoenzyme Complex  Cyclin Dependent Protein Kinases (cdks) Are Heterodimeric Enzymes That Contain a Kinase Catalytic Subunit Associated with a Regulatory Cyclin Partner. 
    1726   Ruffle  Projection At the Leading Edge of a Crawling Cell; the Protrusions Are Supported by a Microfilament Meshwork. 
    5634   Nucleus  A Membrane Bounded Organelle of Eukaryotic Cells in Which Chromosomes Are Housed and Replicated. in Most Cells the Nucleus Contains All of the Cell's Chromosomes Except the Organellar Chromosomes and Is the Site of RNA Synthesis and Processing. in Some Species or in Specialized Cell Types RNA Metabolism or DNA Replication May Be Absent. 
    5730   Nucleolus  A Small Dense Body One or More of Which Are Present in the Nucleus of Eukaryotic Cells. It Is Rich in RNA and Protein Is Not Bounded by a Limiting Membrane and Is Not Seen During Mitosis. Its Prime Function Is the Transcription of the Nucleolar DNA Into 45s Ribosomal Precursor RNA the Processing of This RNA Into 5.8s 18s and 28s Components of Ribosomal RNA and the Association of These Components with 5s RNA and Proteins Synthesized Outside the Nucleolus. This Association Results in the Formation of Ribonucleoprotein Precursors; These Pass Into the Cytoplasm and Mature Into the 40s and 60s Subunits of the Ribosome. 
    5737   Cytoplasm  All of the Contents of a Cell Excluding the Plasma Membrane and Nucleus But Including Other Subcellular Structures. 
    5829   Cytosol  The Part of the Cytoplasm That Does Not Contain Organelles But Which Does Contain Other Particulate Matter Such As Protein Complexes. 
    42995   Cell Projection  A Prolongation or Process Extending From a Cell E.g. a Flagellum or Axon. 
    166   Nucleotide Binding  Interacting Selectively and Non Covalently with a Nucleotide Any Compound Consisting of a Nucleoside That Is Esterified with (ortho)phosphate or an Oligophosphate At Any Hydroxyl Group On the Ribose or Deoxyribose. 
    4672   Protein Kinase Activity  Catalysis of the Phosphorylation of an Amino Acid Residue in a Protein Usually According to the Reaction: a Protein + ATP = a Phosphoprotein + Adp. 
    4674   Protein Serine/threonine Kinase Activity  Catalysis of the Reactions: ATP + Protein Serine = Adp + Protein Serine Phosphate and ATP + Protein Threonine = Adp + Protein Threonine Phosphate. 
    4693   Cyclin Dependent Protein Serine/threonine Kinase Activity  Catalysis of the Reactions: ATP + Protein Serine = Adp + Protein Serine Phosphate and ATP + Protein Threonine = Adp + Protein Threonine Phosphate. This Reaction Requires the Binding of a Regulatory Cyclin Subunit and Full Activity Requires Stimulatory Phosphorylation by a Cdk Activating Kinase (cak). 
    5515   Protein Binding  Interacting Selectively and Non Covalently with Any Protein or Protein Complex (a Complex of Two or More Proteins That May Include Other Nonprotein Molecules). 
    5524   ATP Binding  Interacting Selectively and Non Covalently with ATP Adenosine 5' Triphosphate a Universally Important Coenzyme and Enzyme Regulator. 
    16301   Kinase Activity  Catalysis of the Transfer of a Phosphate Group Usually From ATP to a Substrate Molecule. 
    16740   Transferase Activity  Catalysis of the Transfer of a Group E.g. a Methyl Group Glycosyl Group Acyl Group Phosphorus Containing or Other Groups From One Compound (generally Regarded As the Donor) to Another Compound (generally Regarded As the Acceptor). Transferase Is the Systematic Name For Any Enzyme of EC Class 2. 
    16772   Transferase Activity Transferring Phosphorus Containing Groups  Catalysis of the Transfer of a Phosphorus Containing Group From One Compound (donor) to Another (acceptor). 
    30332   Cyclin Binding  Interacting Selectively and Non Covalently with Cyclins Proteins Whose Levels in a Cell Varies Markedly During the Cell Cycle Rising Steadily Until Mitosis Then Falling Abruptly to Zero. As Cyclins Reach a Threshold Level They Are Thought to Drive Cells Into G2 Phase and Thus to Mitosis. 


     
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    Genetic Source

    Chain A
    Common Name Human
    Scientific Name Homo sapiens  
    Gene cdk6
    Host Common Name Fall Armyworm
    Host Scientific Name Spodoptera frugiperda  


    Genome Information

    Chromosome Locus Gene ID Gene Name Symbol
    7 7q21-q22 1021     cyclin-dependent kinase 6 CDK6    

    Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (from LS-SNP database)

    SNP ID LsSnp Link dbSNP Link Chain PDB position Amino acid changes Secondary structure Solvent Accessibility Chromosome Chromosome position Ligand
    rs35654944 LS-SNP   dbSNP   A 110 D - > N Helix 75% (Exposed) 7 92404051