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Structural basis for complement factor H linked age-related macular degeneration.

(2007) J Exp Med 204

PubMed: 17893204 | PubMedCentral: PMC2118454 | DOI: 10.1084/jem.20071069

FH modules for which structural data is available are represented as cartoons and semitransparent surfaces: SCR5 ( 28 ), SCR6–8 (PDB code 2UWN; this study), SCR15/16 (Protein Data Bank ID, 1HF... [reference 29 ]), SCR19/20 (PDB code 2G7I/2BZM [references 30 , 31 ]).

Publication Year: 2007

The central portion of factor H (modules 10-15) is compact and contains a structurally deviant CCP module.

(2010) J Mol Biol 395

PubMed: 19835885 | PubMedCentral: PMC2806952 | DOI: 10.1016/j.jmb.2009.10.010

Discussion The structural biology of the N-terminal and C-terminal regions of fH that encompas the known binding sites for its principal protein and carbohydrate ligands, has been studied extensively;... the medium-resolution or high-resolution structures of all eight N-terminal CCPs have been experimentally determined {in fragments: fH1–2 [Protein Data Bank (PDB) ID 2RLP ], fH2–3 (PDB ID 2RLQ ), fH1–4 (PDB ID 2WII ), and fH5 and fH6–8 (PDB ID 2UWN )} by NMR or crystallography, as have structures of four of the C-terminal six modules [fH15–16 (PDB ID 1HFH ) and fH19–20 (PDB IDs 2BZM and 2G7I )].

Publication Year: 2010

Structural basis for engagement by complement factor H of C3b on a self surface.

(2011) Nat Struct Mol Biol 18

PubMed: 21317894 | PubMedCentral: PMC3512577 | DOI: 10.1038/nsmb.2018

C3d:FH19–20 Structure determination The structure of the C3d:FH19–20 complex was solved by molecular replacement using the program PHASER 56 , with the previously determined structure ... f FH (PDB accession code: 2G7I 43 ) and C3d (PDB accession code: 1C3D) 57 ) as search models.

( e ) Surface representation of FH19–20 (2G7I) highlighting residues corresponding to mutations that change C3b binding 31 .

( f ) Surface representation of FH19–20 (2G7I) highlighting residues corresponding to mutations that change C3d binding.

Publication Year: 2011

Microbes bind complement inhibitor factor H via a common site.

(2013) PLoS Pathog 9

PubMed: 23637600 | PubMedCentral: PMC3630169 | DOI: 10.1371/journal.ppat.1003308

Color code: C3b (2WII, [44] ) is shown in blue and its C3d part (TED domain) is darker blue with the thioester site in orange (1C3d, [7] ); a microbial protein is shown in yellow; FH19-20 is shown in ... rey (2g7i, [8] ).

Publication Year: 2013

New functional and structural insights from updated mutational databases for complement factor H, Factor I, membrane cofactor protein and C3.

(2014) Biosci Rep 34

PubMed: 25188723 | PubMedCentral: PMC4206863 | DOI: 10.1042/BSR20140117

These were SCR-1/4 (PDB code 2WII), SCR-5, SCR-6/8 (PDB code 2V8E), SCR-10/11 (PDB code 4B2R), SCR-11/12 (PDB code 4B2S), SCR-12/13 (PDB code 2KMS), SCR-15/16 (PDB code 1HFI), SCR-18/20 (PDB code 3SW0... and SCR-19/20 (PDB code 2G7I) [ 72 – 79 ].

Publication Year: 2014

Contribution of the CR domain to P-selectin lectin domain allostery by regulating the orientation of the EGF domain.

(2015) PLoS One 10

PubMed: 25675100 | PubMedCentral: PMC4326174 | DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0118083

The first two CR domains of P-selectin were modeled using the homology model module in Molecular Operating Environment (MOE) based on six templates (PDB codes: 2G7I, 1RID, 1OK3, 1GKN, 2RLQ, 1PPQ), and... the selection of templates was based on a combination of MOE (E-value ≤ 10 –12 ) and Blast (Blast-score ≥ 25) sequence homology searches [ 22 ].

Based on sequence homology searches by both MOE and Blast, six templates (PDB codes: 2G7I, 1RID, 1OK3, 1GKN, 2RLQ, 1PPQ) were chosen for the homology modeling of P-selectin CR domains.

However, only the modeled structures based on the 2RLQ and 1OK3 templates showed low ratios of unreasonable structures ( S1 Table , gray boxes ) according to stereochemistry rationality, and the disulfide bond distributions in templates 2G7I and 2RLQ ( B ) were similar with that found in the P-selectin CR domain ( A ) ( S2 Table ).

Publication Year: 2015

PubMed ID is not available.

Published in 2015

PubMedCentral: PMC4392255

C , locations of the residues involved in binding of autoantibodies to CFH 19–20 as indicated in dark gray and annotated on a previously published structure of CFH 19–20 (Protein Data ... ank code 2G7I ) ( 7 ).

Potentials on the solvent-accessible surfaces were calculated and displayed at the ±2 kT /e level on both structures after modeling all of the missing side chains of the previously published structure of CFH 19–20 (Protein Data Bank code 2G7I ) ( 7 ).

H , cartoon representation of the structural superposition of CFHR1 4–5 ( orange ; Protein Data Bank code 4MUC ) with CFH 19–20 ( gray ; code 2G7I ( 7 )), CFH 19–20 in complex with a sialic acid glycan and C3d ( slate ; code 4ONT ( 22 )), and CFH 19–20 in complex with OspE ( turquoise ; code 4J38 ( 29 )).

Publication Year: 2015