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Crystallographic characterization of two novel crystal forms of human insulin induced by chaotropic agents and a shift in pH.
(2007) BMC Struct Biol 7
PubMed: 18093308 | PubMedCentral: PMC2241603 | DOI: 10.1186/1472-6807-7-83
A similar, non-helical conformation of the PheB1 residue has previously been observed for one of the B-chains in an R 6 insulin in complex with resorcinol (PDB ID: 1EVR ) [ 11 ].
In Figure 5a–c the phenolic binding sites in the pdb files 1EVR (R 6 hexameric insulin complexed with resorcinol) and 1EV6 (R 6 hexameric insulin complexed with m-cresol) [ 11 ] are compared with one of the hexamer-hexamer interfaces in the C222 1 urea structure.
In (a), the phenolic binding pockets of 1EVR (blue) and 1EV6 (purple) are superposed.
The side chain of the tyrosine to the right in 1EVR is missing in the pdb file.
Publication Year: 2007
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Published in 2015
Monoclinic ( P 2 1 ) polymorph β In the pH range 6.73–7.94 (Series 1) or 6.70–8.10 (Series 2) the crystals obtained belonged to the monoclinic symmetry P 2 1 [referre... to as P 2 1(β) , unit-cell parameters a = 62.8231 (7), b = 62.1078 (5), c = 47.8362 (6) Å, β = 111.6913 (9)°], a previously characterized polymorph (Derewenda et al. , 1989 ▸ ; Smith et al. , 2000 ▸ ; PDB entry 1evr ).
Figure 14 Models of the unit-cell contents for the known C 2 (PDB entry 2olz , left) and P 2 1(β) (PDB entry 1evr , right) polymorphs.
Publication Year: 2015
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