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Two frequenins in Drosophila: unveiling the evolutionary history of an unusual neuronal calcium sensor (NCS) duplication.

(2010) BMC Evol Biol 10

PubMed: 20170488 | PubMedCentral: PMC2837045 | DOI: 10.1186/1471-2148-10-54

The 3D structure of human Frequenin (PDB ID: 1G8I ) [ 74 , 75 ] was used as template for this analysis.

Publication Year: 2010


Characterisation of the interaction of the C-terminus of the dopamine D2 receptor with neuronal calcium sensor-1.

(2011) PLoS One 6

PubMed: 22114693 | PubMedCentral: PMC3218054 | DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0027779

The secondary structure elements indicated are obtained from the crystal structure of human NCS-1 (1G8I).

When resonance perturbations are mapped onto the structure of NCS-1 (using Protein Data Bank structure 1G8I), the most affected ones are from residues located either in the hydrophobic ligand-binding crevice or in the regions linking the helical regions of the EF hands ( Figure 5 ).

This makes sense since in the crystal structure of NCS-1 (PDB accession number 1G8I), helix 11 occupies the C-terminal hydrophobic binding groove, effectively blocking any ligand interaction.

The orientation of the peptide in the C-terminal hydrophobic site corresponds with that observed for the Pik1 (residues 156–170) interaction with Frq1 [31] , and the way the C-terminus of NCS-1 and Frq-1 occupy this binding site in the structure of unliganded proteins (PDB accession 1G8I and 1FPW).

For these docking experiments, the known structures of the human NCS-1 (1G8I) with the coordinates for the extreme C-terminal removed and coordinates for the C-terminus peptide TFNIEFRKAFLKILSC of the D3 receptor (residues residues 385–400 from the crystal structure of the dopamine D3 receptor (PDB Accession 3PBL) were used.

Publication Year: 2011


Understanding the physiological roles of the neuronal calcium sensor proteins.

(2012) Mol Brain 5

PubMed: 22269068 | PubMedCentral: PMC3271974 | DOI: 10.1186/1756-6606-5-2

The structure of NCS-1 derived from PDB 1G8I [ 149 ] is shown in space-filling representation and the D2/D3 peptides in yellow.

Publication Year: 2012


The structure of neuronal calcium sensor-1 in solution revealed by molecular dynamics simulations.

(2013) PLoS One 8

PubMed: 24098643 | PubMedCentral: PMC3787052 | DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0074383

Supporting Information Figure S1 Comparison between the most representative MD-XR structure (light color) and the crystallographic structure 1G8I (dark color).

Materials and Methods NCS-1 structure In Figure 1A the cartoon representation of the crystallographic protein structure of unmyristoilated NCS-1 (PDB code 1G8I) [4] is shown.

One simulation started from the crystal structure [4] , chain B of the PDB 1G8I, after removing all crystallographic waters and residual chain glycols located in the HC.

(A) Crystallographic structure from PDB file 1G8I; (B) NMR structure, the first model that appears in the PDB file 2LCP.

Backbone RMSDs between the crystal structure (segment B of the PDB file 1G8I) and the solution structure (first structure in the PDB file 2LCP).

Publication Year: 2013


Structural and biochemical characterization of human PR70 in isolation and in complex with the scaffolding subunit of protein phosphatase 2A.

(2014) PLoS One 9

PubMed: 25007185 | PubMedCentral: PMC4090178 | DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0101846

PR70 Hits Z-score RMSD(Å) Aligned residues % Seq. identity CBLD1 KChIP1 (human) 9.3 4.8 141 16 UNP: Q9NZI2, PDB: 1S1E NCS-1 (human) 8.5 5.8 138 11 UNP: P62166, PDB: 1G8I Calcineurin B (human) ... .4 4.6 126 10 UNP: P63098, PDB: 2P6B Frequenin (S. cerevisiae) 8.3 6.3 137 15 UNP: P39104, PDB: 2JU0 CBL4 (A. thaliana) 8.2 4.5 117 10 UNP: O81223, PDB: 1V1F CBLD2 CBL2 (A. thaliana) 11.1 3.3 146 14 UNP: Q8LAS7, PDB: 1UHN Neurocalcin-δ (B. Taurus) 11.0 3.3 150 15 UNP: P61602, PDB: 1BJF CBL4 (A. thaliana) 10.7 3.9 147 19 UNP: O81223, PDB: 1V1F KChIP1 (human) 10.6 3.3 145 10 UNP: Q9NZI2, PDB: 1S1E Calcineurin B (human) 10.3 3.9 135 14 UNP: P63098, PDB: 2P6B EF-lobe 1 Calmodulin N-term (human) 8.0 2.4 66 14 UNP: P62158, PDB: 3UCY EF-lobe 2 Calcium-binding p22 (rat) 8.3 2.5 71 8 UNP: P61023, PDB: 2CT9 EF-lobe 3 CDC31p (S. cerevisiae) 9.0 1.8 65 20 UNP: P06704, PDB: 2DOQ EF-lobe 4 KChIP1 (human) 8.7 2.2 72 11 UNP: Q9NZI2, PDB: 2I2R For CBLD1 and 2, the five top scoring hits (highest Z-scores) are listed, while only the best match is listed for EF-lobe 1–4.

Publication Year: 2014


PubMed ID is not available.

Published in 2015

PubMedCentral: PMC4513130

For the NCS-1·D2R complex, molecular replacement used the structure of human NCS-1 (human and rat NCS-1 have 99% sequence identity; PDB accession 1G8I ) and PHASER ( 31 ), as implemented from ... ithin PHENIX ( 32 ).

Publication Year: 2015