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Amyloidogenic regions and interaction surfaces overlap in globular proteins related to conformational diseases.
(2009) PLoS Comput Biol 5
PubMed: 19696882 | PubMedCentral: PMC2719061 | DOI: 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1000476
B) The interface in the native tetrameric structure of TTR is used for calculation (PDB ID:1TTA).
Native tetrameric structure of transthyretin (PDB code 1TTA).
The crystal structure of the TTR tetramer (PDB ID: 1TTA)  reveals that the real interfaces between the four individual TTR chains involve residues L17, A19-S23, F87-E89, E92, V94-T96, Y105, L110, and S112-V122.
Publication Year: 2009
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Published in 2015
The tetrameric TTR crystal structure (1TTA.
The theoretical scattering from a TTR tetramer, dimer and monomer were calculated based on two crystal structures (1TTA.
The inset shows the scattering curve of TTR prior to fibrillation (red) fitted to the calculated curve from the tetrameric crystal structure (using the crystallographic coordinates 1TTA.
The pathway of TTR tetramer dissociation is suggested by Kelly and co-workers to occur by scission of the tetramer along the crystallographic C 2 axis in the reported crystal structure (e.g. 1TTA.
Accordingly, the theoretical scattering curve of the tetrameric crystal structure (1TTA.
The surface representation of the TTR tetramer (1TTA.
For this, the theoretical scattering curves for tetrameric, dimeric and monomeric native structures were calculated (isolated from either the native crystal structure 1TTA.
Missing loop residues 37–38, 76–85 and 99–102 were not possible to adapt from 1TTA.
Thus, our HXMS results on native TTR are well in accordance with the TTR crystal structure (PDB ID 1TTA).
Publication Year: 2015
We used A3D to analyze the aggregation propensity of TTR (PDB: 1TTA) and SOD1 (PDB: 2C9V) quaternary native states and their monomeric constituents.
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