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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
The largest surface area originates from the rhombohedral crystal form, space group R3 with T 6 configuration of the B-chain, PDB ID: 1MSO [ 9 ].
Publication Year: 2007
Insulin gene mutations resulting in early-onset diabetes: marked differences in clinical presentation, metabolic status, and pathogenic effect through endoplasmic reticulum retention.
(2010) Diabetes 59
PubMed: 20007936 | PubMedCentral: PMC2828668 | DOI: 10.2337/db09-1091
Homology models were built using Modeler9v4 software ( http://www.salilab.org ) using 1mso human insulin structure as a template ( 30 ).
Publication Year: 2010
Recent advances in the CRANK software suite for experimental phasing.
(2011) Acta Crystallogr D Biol Crystallogr 67
PubMed: 21460451 | PubMedCentral: PMC3069748 | DOI: 10.1107/S0907444910052224
Cho, S. Sato, E. Y. Kim, H Schindelin & D. P. Raleigh, unpublished work), 2o0h (Sun et al. , 2007 ▶ ), 2rkk (Xiao et al. , 2008 ▶ ), 3bpj (L. Nedyalkova, B. Hong, W. Tempel, F.... MacKenzie, C. H. Arrowsmith, A. M. Edwards, J. Weigelt, A. Bochkarev & H. Park, unpublished work), 2fdn (Dauter et al. , 1997 ▶ ), 1of3 (Boraston et al. , 2003 ▶ ), 1i4u (Gordon et al. , 2001 ▶ ), 1dw9 (Walsh et al. , 2000 ▶ ), 1v0o (Holton et al. , 2003 ▶ ), 1fse (Ducros et al. , 2001 ▶ ), 1xib (Carrell et al. , 1989 ▶ ), 1fj2 (Devedjiev et al. , 2000 ▶ ), 1h29 (Matias et al. , 2002 ▶ ), 1c8u (Jia et al. , 2000 ▶ ), 1lvy (Schiltz et al. , 1997 ▶ ), 1lz8 (Dauter et al. , 1999 ▶ ), 1e3m (Lamers et al. , 2000 ▶ ), 1ga1 (Dauter et al. , 2001 ▶ ), 1djl (White et al. , 2000 ▶ ), 1dtx (Skarzynski, 1992 ▶ ), 1dpx (Weiss, 2001 ▶ ), 1mso (Smith et al. , 2003 ▶ ), 1ocy (Thomassen et al. , 2003 ▶ ), 1rju (Calderone, 2004 ▶ ), 1rgg (Sevcik et al. , 1996 ▶ ), 1m32 (Chen et al. , 2002 ▶ ) and a subtilisin data set (Betzel et al. , 1988 ▶ ; Dauter et al. , 2002 ▶ ).
Publication Year: 2011
Novel covalently linked insulin dimer engineered to investigate the function of insulin dimerization.
(2012) PLoS One 7
PubMed: 22363506 | PubMedCentral: PMC3281904 | DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0030882
The two B-chains in the dimer from PDB file 1MSO are shown in grey with the positions B12(purple), B13(cyan), B24(blue), B25(pink), B26(yellow) shown with the respective distances between the position... in each of the B-chains.
PDB code 1mso) of human insulin dimers reveals that residues in positions B12, B13, B24, B25 and B26 in one monomer are found in close proximity to their complementary position in the second monomer (Cα to Cα distance <10 Å) ( Figure S1 ) but only the distance between the two B25 residues is below 6.5 Å which is ideal for disulfide bond formation  .
Publication Year: 2012
Conformational dynamics of insulin.
(2011) Front Endocrinol (Lausanne) 2
PubMed: 22649374 | PubMedCentral: PMC3355934 | DOI: 10.3389/fendo.2011.00048
The structures (wild-type accession codes 1MSO, 4INS, 1APH, 1BPH, 1CPH, 1DPH, 1TRZ, 1TYL, 1TYM, 2INS, 1ZNI, 1LPH, 1G7A; KP-insulin accession code 2JMN) were aligned according to the main-chains within... α-helices (residues A2–A7, A13–A19, and B9–B19).
Chemical modifications in aggregates of recombinant human insulin induced by metal-catalyzed oxidation: covalent cross-linking via michael addition to tyrosine oxidation products.
(2012) Pharm Res 29
PubMed: 22572797 | PubMedCentral: PMC3399080 | DOI: 10.1007/s11095-012-0755-z
As an example we calculated the distance of Gly A1 and Tyr A14 and Gly A1 and Tyr A19 within the same A-chain (using Swiss pdb viewer ( 46 , 47 ) and T6 human insulin at 1.0 Å resoluti... n, 1MSO pdb file).
Towards accurate structural characterization of metal centres in protein crystals: the structures of Ni and Cu T(6) bovine insulin derivatives.
(2014) Acta Crystallogr D Biol Crystallogr 70
PubMed: 24419384 | PubMedCentral: PMC3919263 | DOI: 10.1107/S1399004713029040
Comparison with other high-resolution insulin structures such as the 1.0 Å resolution structure of human T 6 insulin with zinc (PBD entry 1mso ; Smith et al. , 2003 ▶ ) as well... as the 1.12 Å resolution structure of human Cu insulin (PDB entry 3tt8 ; Prugovečki & Matković-Čalogović, 2011 ▶ ) reveals similar unrealistically short water–water distances close to the metal sites.
Publication Year: 2014
Insight into the structural and biological relevance of the T/R transition of the N-terminus of the B-chain in human insulin.
(2014) Biochemistry 53
PubMed: 24819248 | PubMedCentral: PMC4047818 | DOI: 10.1021/bi500073z
In the T-state, GlyB8 lies at the right half of the Ramachandran plot that is typical for d -amino acids with positive φ angles [approximately 59°, as in Protein Data Bank (PDB) entry ... mso].
48 Crystal structures were determined with Molrep 49 with B1–B6 and B23–B30 truncated hexamer-derived insulin monomers as a model (PDB entry 1mso) 50 and refined with Refmac version 5.8.
The wild-type T-state insulin (PDB entry 1mso) backbone is colored white; all nitrogen atoms are colored blue and oxygen atoms red.
Molecular simulation-based structural prediction of protein complexes in mass spectrometry: the human insulin dimer.
(2014) PLoS Comput Biol 10
PubMed: 25210764 | PubMedCentral: PMC4161290 | DOI: 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1003838
Methods We first performed MD simulations in water based on the X-ray structure of hIns 2 (1.0 Å) (PDB ID: 1MSO  ).
(B) hIns 2 X-ray structure (PDB ID: 1MSO  ).
Human insulin analogues modified at the B26 site reveal a hormone conformation that is undetected in the receptor complex.
PubMed: 25286859 | PubMedCentral: PMC4188015 | DOI: 10.1107/S1399004714017775
Native (hexamer-derived; PDB entry 1mso ) insulin is superimposed on the invariant B9–B19 helix (in grey) in the insulin–IR complex; only the A-chain of IR-complexed insulin is shown f... r clarity.
( b ) Appearance of the B26-turn-like B-chain conformation in native insulin (PDB entry 1mso ; white) and the insulin analogues [PheB26]-insulin (sea blue), [GlyB26]-insulin (gold), [AsnB26]-insulin (lilac), [ d -ProB26]-DTI-NH 2 insulin (red; Jiracek et al. , 2010 ▶ ), [ d -AlaB26]-DTI-NH 2 insulin (magenta; Jiracek et al. , 2010 ▶ ) and [NMeAlaB26]-insulin (blue; Jiracek et al. , 2010 ▶ ).
Structure preparation The crystal structure of an insulin dimer from its hexameric oligomer (PDB entry 1mso ; Smith et al. , 2003 ▶ ) was used as a starting model.
Crystal structures were solved by MOLREP (Vagin & Teplyakov, 2010 ▶ ) with a B1–B6 and B23–B30 truncated hexamer-derived insulin monomer as a model (PDB entry 1mso ; Smith et al. , 2003 ▶ ) and were refined by REFMAC 5.8 (Murshudov et al. , 2011 ▶ ).
Figure 1 ( a ) Conformational incompatibility of the B25–B30 chain of native insulin (in white; PDB entry 1mso ) with human IR.
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