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Thiolation-enhanced substrate recognition by D-alanyl carrier protein ligase DltA from Bacillus cereus.

(2014) F1000Res 3

PubMed: 25285205 | PubMedCentral: PMC4176424 | DOI: 10.12688/f1000research.4097.1

The ribbons representation of previously reported BcDltA structure (PDB entry: 3DHV) is shown with D-alanine-adenylate and surrounding side-chains in ball-and-stick model.

The BcDltA/D-alanine-adenylate complex ( PDB entry 3DHV ) 17 was chosen as the adenylation conformation and as the reference set of atomic coordinates.

The previously solved BcDltA model ( PDB code 3DHV ) 17 was used as the starting model for two-domain rigid body refinement followed by positional refinement using Crystallography & NMR System (CNS) 28 .

Despite having 8 Å shorter crystallographic a axis, 5 Å shorter b axis and 5° smaller β angle than the previously reported crystal of DltA/D-alanine adenylate complex, the structure was successfully solved by rigid-body refinement using the previously determined BcDltA structure 17 ( PDB code 3DHV ) as the starting model.

The equivalent main-chain atoms in the N-terminal domains of BcDltA in adenylation conformation ( PDB entry 3DHV ) and BsDltA in thiolation conformation ( PDB entry 3E7W ) are superposed with a root-mean-deviation of 0.97 Å, and the deviation for the C-terminal domain was 1.00 Å.

Publication Year: 2014

PubMed ID is not available.

Published in 2014

PubMedCentral: PMC4520716

The active site of AlmE is more similar to those of DltA enzymes ( Bacillus subtilis DltA, PDB code 3E7W; Bacillus cereus DltA, PDB code 3DHV) than those of other adenylation domains whose coordinates... have been deposited in the PDB 31 , 32 (Figure 4 C).

Publication Year: 2014