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Synapsis and catalysis by activated Tn3 resolvase mutants.
(2008) Nucleic Acids Res 36
PubMed: 19015124 | PubMedCentral: PMC2602789 | DOI: 10.1093/nar/gkn885
The structures of the site I synaptic intermediates [1ZR2, 1ZR4, 2GM4; ( 16 , 17 )] and of an activated variant catalytic domain without DNA [2GM5; ( 17 )] contain a tetrameric arrangement of the cata... ytic domains which is not found in any of the structures of wild-type resolvase [2RSL, 1GDR, 1GDT; ( 6 , 8 , 9 , 11 )] ( Figure 2 B).
Publication Year: 2008
The catalytic residues of Tn3 resolvase.
(2009) Nucleic Acids Res 37
PubMed: 19789272 | PubMedCentral: PMC2794168 | DOI: 10.1093/nar/gkp797
Structure analysis The following crystal structures which include serine recombinase catalytic domains are available: wild-type γδ resolvase [two structures, 2RSL and 1GDR, containing ... our structurally distinct subunits; ( 25–27 )]; a wild-type γδ resolvase dimer bound to site I DNA [1GDT; two distinct subunits; ( 24 )]; an activated mutant γδ resolvase N-terminal domain tetramer [2GM5; four distinct subunits; ( 23 )]; γδ resolvase mutants in synaptic complexes with cleaved site I DNA [three structures, with six distinct subunit forms; 1ZR2, 1ZR4 and 2GM4; ( 22 , 23 )]; a dimer of Sin recombinase bound to DNA [2R0Q; two distinct subunits ( 37 )]; the catalytic domain of TP901 integrase [3BVP; two distinct subunits ( 38 )]; the catalytic domain of a Clostridium recombinase [3G13; two distinct subunits ( 39 )]; and the catalytic domain of a Streptococcus recombinase [3GUV; one subunit ( 40 )].
Publication Year: 2009
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