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Proof of principle for epitope-focused vaccine design.
(2014) Nature 507
PubMed: 24499818 | PubMedCentral: PMC4260937 | DOI: 10.1038/nature12966
g , Superposition of the epitope structure from unliganded FFL_005 (yellow) and the complex of peptide (green) bound to Mota from PDBid:3ixt.
h , Superposition of the Mota-liganded structures of FFL_001 and peptide (PDBid:3ixt).
c , MR model of 31-HG7 bound to FFL_001 (left), a crystal structure of 17-HD9 bound to a 35-residue helix-turn-helix peptide from FFL_001 (middle), and the crystal structure (PDB: 3ixt) of Mota bound to peptide.
Design of Epitope-Scaffolds To design scaffolds for the helix-turn-helix conformation of the Mota epitope (PDBid: 3IXT, chain P), we selected a three-helix bundle (PDBid: 3LHP, chain S) as the template topology.
Compared to the structure of peptide in complex with Mota (PDBid: 3IXT), the epitope backbone RMSDs were 0.5 Å for FFL_005 ( Fig. 2g ) and 0.4 Å for FFL_001.
Publication Year: 2014
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Published in 2015
Epitopes captured to date were also defined by crystallographic analysis of antigen-antibody complexes (x-ray crystallography) [PDBs: 3IXT, 3QWO, 4JLR (motavizumab), 4JHW (D25), 4N9G (17HD9), 3O41, 3O... 5 (101F)].
Publication Year: 2015
A molecular replacement solution for the 5.5 Å ternary complex was obtained using PHASER with prefusion RSV F (PDB ID: 4JHW [ 19 ]), motavizumab Fab (PDB ID: 3IXT [ 11 ]) and the 2.0 Å... AM14 Fab structures as search models.
The reference models were the 2.4 Å prefusion F structure (PDB ID: 4MMS [ 26 ]), the 2.75 Å motavizumab Fab structure (PDB ID: 3IXT [ 11 ]), and the 2.0 Å AM14 Fab structure determined here.
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