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Putting into practice domain-linear motif interaction predictions for exploration of protein networks.
(2011) PLoS One 6
PubMed: 22069443 | PubMedCentral: PMC3206016 | DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0025376
The PDZ sequences shown in Figure 4 were extracted from the following PDB entries and chains: SNTA1_1/1 (2PDZ A), AFAD_1/1 (2AIN A), APBA1_1/2 (1U38 A), ARHGC_1/1 (2OS6 A), DLG1_2/3 (2AWW A), DLG1_3/3... (2I0I C), DLG4_3/3 (1TP5 A), EM55_1/1 (2EJY A), GRIP1_1/7 (2QT5 A), GRIP1_6/7 (1N7F B), HTRA1_1/1 (2JOA A), INAD_1/5 (1IHJ A), LAP2_1/1 (1N7T A), MAGI1_2/6 (2KPL A), NOS1_1/1 (1B8Q A), PAR6_1/1 (1RZX A), PAR6i_1/1 (1X8S A), PARD3_3/3 (2K20 A), PICK1_1/1 (2PKU A), PTN13_2/5 (1D5G A), RIMS1_1/1 (1ZUB A), SHAN1_1/1 (1Q3P B), TIP1_1/1 (3DIW A), SYNT1_1/2 (1W9E A), SYNT1_2/2 (1V1T A).
Publication Year: 2011
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Published in 2015
( c ) Superimposition of Par6 PDZ bound to the Pals1 internal ligand (light blue; PDB entry 1x8s ), the ligand-free form of Pals1 PDZ (light pink), Par6 PDZ bound to the C-terminal ligand (dark blue; ... DB entry 1rzx ) and Pals1 PDZ bound to the C-terminal Crb 17 ligand (purple).
Those ligands include the ESLV C-terminal motif (PDB entry 1rzx ; Peterson et al. , 2004 ▶ ) and the Pals1 EMAV internal motif (PDB entry 1x8s ; Penkert et al. , 2004 ▶ ); therefore, we can conclude that the Par6 PDZ binds to the C-terminal EXΦΦ motif or the EXAΦ internal motif.
This is consistent with the known Par6 PDZ-binding ligands ESLV (PDB entry 1rzx ) and EMAV (PDB entry 1x8s ), varying at the second position (equivalent to Arg1404 of Crb).
Publication Year: 2015
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