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Prediction of structure of human WNT-CRD (FZD) complex for computational drug repurposing.
(2013) PLoS One 8
PubMed: 23372744 | PubMedCentral: PMC3556074 | DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0054630
However, the important predicted helices, strands and coils were also found in the three-dimensional modeled structure, using mouse CRD (1IJY) as a template ( Fig. 4B & 4C ).
Structure is built by Modeller9v8 using mouse CRD as a template (1IJY).
Publication Year: 2013
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Published in 2015
Ribbon diagram of superposition of Fz4 CRD crystal form I (magenta) with ( C ) complexed mouse Fz8 CRD (cyan; PDB ID: 4F0A), ( D ) unliganded mouse Fz8 CRD (cyan; PDB ID: 1IJY), ( E ) mouse sFRP3 CRD ... green; PDB ID: 1IJX), ( F ) rabbit MuSk CRD (yellow; PDB ID: 3HKL), ( G ) zebrafish Smo CRD (red; PDB ID: 4C79), and ( H ) drosophila Smo CRD (red; PDB ID: 2MAH).
The structure of Fz4 CRD was determined by molecular replacement (MR) in PHASER ( McCoy, 2007 ) using mouse Fz8 CRD (PDB ID: 1IJY) as the search model, which was modified by CHAINSAW.
The following previously published datasets were used: Dann III CE , Hsieh JC , Rattner A , Sharma D , Nathans J , Leahy DJ , 2001 , Crystal structure of the cysteine-rich domain of mouse Frizzled 8 (Mfz8) , http://www.rcsb.org/pdb/explore/explore.do?structureId=1IJY , Publicly available at RCSB Protein Data Bank (Accession No. 1IJY).
Publication Year: 2015
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