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Recent advances in the structural molecular biology of Ets transcription factors: interactions, interfaces and inhibition.
(2014) Biochem Soc Trans 42
PubMed: 24450640 | PubMedCentral: PMC3901394 | DOI: 10.1042/BST20130227
( E ) FEV (PDB codes 2YPR and 3ZP5).
Recent structures of ETV1 (PDB code 4AVP) ( Figure 2 D) and FEV (PDB code 2YPR ( Figure 2 E) Ets domains reveal a further significant dimeric interface (C.D.O. Cooper, J.A. Newman, C.K. Allerston and O. Gileadi, unpublished work), with reciprocal contacts involving H1, H4 and the β1-β2 loop burying >700 Å 2 .
Additional contacts between dimer units, with HI-1 contacting H4, HI-2 and HI-1/HI-2 loop reciprocally (‘Area II’) [ 14 ] ETS1 Homodimer ETS1 3RI4 Interface similar to Area II from 3MFK, but on two separate EBS units [ 15 ] ETS1 Heterodimer PAX5 1K78 PAX5 β-hairpin Gln 22 hydrogen-bonds to reposition ETS1 Tyr 395 in Ets helix H3 [ 12 ] ETS1 Heterodimer FOXO1 4LG0 * Ets domain interaction N/R ETS1 Heterodimer AML1 3W46 † Autoinhibitory regions from each partner interact to reciprocally relieve inhibition of DNA binding [ 64 ] ELK4 (SAP1) Heterodimer SRF 1K6O SRF MADS domains N-terminal Leu 155 fits into small pocket comprising Ets H1, H4 and H5 and the H3 on Ets H3, reorienting Tyr 65 and Arg 64 to enhance DNA binding [ 11 ] SPI1 (PU.1) Heterodimer IRF4 N/R Ets H2-H3 loop contacts IRF4 across the DNA minor groove [ 48 ] SPI1 (PU.1) Heterodimer AP-1 (JUN) N/R Jun basic domain binds Ets β3-β4 region [ 65 ] SPI1 (PU.1) Heterodimer NF-IL6 N/R Ets domain interacts through β2-α2-α3 and β3-β4 elements [ 53 ] GABPα Heterodimer GABPβ 1AWC GABPβ ankyrin repeat loops bind cleft comprising Ets H1, H4 and H5 and the H3-β3 loop [ 47 ] ERG Heterodimer DNA-PKcs N/R Involves Tyr 373 at the edge of the H3 helix [ 29 ] ERG Heterodimer AR N/R Involves Ets domain H3-β3-β4 region [ 54 ] ERG Heterodimer AP-1 (JUN) N/R Jun basic domain binds Ets H3 region [ 52 ] ETV1 Heterodimer AR N/R Involves Ets and upstream regions [ 66 ] ETV1 Homodimer ETV1 4AVP, 4BNC Reciprocal contacts between H1, H4 and the β1-β2 loop; significant hydrophobic area and intersubunit disulfide bond (C.D.O. Cooper, J.A. Newman, C.K. Allerston and O. Gileadi, unpublished work) FEV Homodimer FEV 2YPR, 3ZP5 Reciprocal contacts between H1, H4 and the β1-β2 loop; significant hydrophobic area and intersubunit disulfide bond (C.D.O. Cooper, J.A. Newman, C.K. Allerston and O. Gileadi, unpublished work) ELK1 Homodimer ELK1 1DUX Reciprocal contacts between Ets H1/H1-β1 loop [ 43 ] *PDB record on hold † One of many PDB records on hold Such structural studies have demonstrated the evolution of multiple independent PPI interfaces on Ets domains, thereby illustrating their versatile nature, not only responsible for binding DNA, but also critical for the regulation of DNA binding and transcriptional activity.
Publication Year: 2014
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Published in 2015
Structures used were Etv1 (PDB code 4AVP ), Fev (PDB code 2YPR ), ELF3 (PDB code 3JTG ), ETS1 (PDB code 3MFK ), Etv6 (PDB code 2LF7 ), GABPα (PDB code 1AWC ), and ELK4 (PDB code 1BC8 ).
C, superimposition of Etv1 (PDB code 4AVP , blue ) and Fev (PDB code 2YPR , yellow ).
Protein Data Bank Accession Numbers Atomic coordinates and structure factors were deposited in the Protein Data Bank with accession numbers 4AVP (Etv1), 4BNC (Etv1-DNA), 4CO8 (Etv4), 4UUV (Etv4-DNA), 4UNO (Etv5-DNA), 2YPR (Fev), and 3ZP5 (Fev-DNA).
Publication Year: 2015
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