Primary Citation PubMed: 10764582
Citations in PubMed
This linkout lists citations, indexed by PubMed, to the Primary Citation for this PDB ID.
Data mentions are occurrences of PDB IDs in the full text articles from the
PubMedCentral Open Access Subset
of currently about 1 million articles. For each article, the sentences containing the PDB ID are listed.
Article titles can be filtered by keywords and sorted by year.
Domain analysis of the tubulin cofactor system: a model for tubulin folding and dimerization.
(2003) BMC Bioinformatics 4
PubMed: 14536023 | PubMedCentral: PMC270062 | DOI: 10.1186/1471-2105-4-46
Protein Domain Score Method Best Template Reference Cofactor B UBI-like -12.600 FFAS03 1J8C [ 24 ] CAP-Gly -58.000 FFAS03 1LPL [ 20 ] Cofactor C Spectrin-like 1.604 Pcons4 1CUN [ 66 ] RP2/CAP-like -35... 300 FFAS03 1K4Z [ 67 ] Cofactor D Armadillo 1.994 Pcons4 1EJL [ 68 ] Armadillo HEAT -32.500 -32.300 FFAS03 FFAS03 1QBK 1B3U [ 37 , 69 ] Cofactor E CAP-Gly -46.400 FFAS03 1IXD [ 70 ] LRR -44.100 FFAS03 1H6T [ 71 ] UBI-like -13.000 FFAS03 1J8C [ 24 ] Best scoring alignments from FFAS03 [ 51 ] and Pcons [ 52 ] methods have been used for model building.
Publication Year: 2003
Phosphorylation meets nuclear import: a review.
(2010) Cell Commun Signal 8
PubMed: 21182795 | PubMedCentral: PMC3022542 | DOI: 10.1186/1478-811X-8-32
Ribbon diagram of the mammalian importin α1 ( B ) (pdb 1EJL ) and importin α5 ( C ) (pdb 2JDQ ) (in green and violet, respectively).
Publication Year: 2010
Structural characterisation of the nuclear import receptor importin alpha in complex with the bipartite NLS of Prp20.
(2013) PLoS One 8
PubMed: 24339986 | PubMedCentral: PMC3858281 | DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0082038
The 425 residues comprising IMPαΔIBB are structured into 10 ARM repeats, with an overall arrangement similar to that of available IMPα structures (e.g. RMSD for the equivalent ... α residues from the structures with PDB IDs EJY, 1EJL, 1PJM are 0.28, 0.29, and 0.30 Å, respectively).
Publication Year: 2013
Design rules for selective binding of nuclear localization signals to minor site of importin ?.
(2014) PLoS One 9
PubMed: 24609064 | PubMedCentral: PMC3946659 | DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0091025
Shown with carbon in light gray, cyan, and sand are the crystal (PDB entry 1EJL) and modeled structures for SV40Tag and the modeled structure for NLS3, respectively.
Because we wanted to model NLS1–5 binding to mouse importin α, we replaced the structure of human importin α5 in 3TJ3 by a structure of mouse importin α (from PDB entry 1EJL).
As control, we carried out similar unrestrained simulations of importin α with SV40Tag bound at the major site, starting from either a crystal structure (PDB 1EJL) or a model generated by the same protocol as for building NLS3 into the major site.
To replace human importin α5 in 3TJ3 by mouse importin α in 1EJL, we superimposed C α atoms of the former molecule’s residues within 5 Å of the Nup50 fragment to the corresponding C α atoms of the latter molecule.
Publication Year: 2014
PubMed ID is not available.
Published in 2015
[ 14 ] F) Compound 13 structure overlaid with the key SV40 residues (cyan) from the SV40–importin-α structure, 1EJL.
Publication Year: 2015
Methods The simulations of the Armadillo complex with NLS of the SV40 large T antigen (PKKKRKV) were based on the crystal structure from the Protein Data Bank (pdb code 1EJL [ 25 ]).
Docking of FABP4 on the Armadillo The Armadillo (1EJL.
g002 Fig 2 The crystal structure of the complex between Armadillo and two SV40 large T antigen PKKKRKV peptides (1EJL.
In the complex of Armadillo with the SV40 large T antigen (PKKKRKV), two peptides are bound at the major site (the positive residues of the peptide are termed P1 to P5 [ 22 ]) and at the minor site (termed P1’ to P4’, starting from the second lysine [ 22 ]) (1EJL.
The RCSB PDB (citation) is managed by two members of the Research Collaboratory for Structural Bioinformatics:
RCSB PDB is a member of the
The RCSB PDB is funded by a grant (DBI-1338415) from the
National Science Foundation, the
National Institutes of Health, and the
US Department of Energy.