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Structural insights into the role of domain flexibility in human DNA ligase IV.
(2012) Structure 20
PubMed: 22658747 | PubMedCentral: PMC3391681 | DOI: 10.1016/j.str.2012.04.012
To gain further insights into the role(s) of these residues, the structure of the entire NTase of LigIV was built using Modeller with the NTase-3 structure of LigIV and the experimentally defined doma... ns from LigI (Protein Data Bank [PDB] code: 1X9N ), LigIII (PDB code: 3L2P ), and archeal DNA ligases (PDB codes: 2HIV , 2CFM , and 3GDE ) as templates ( Figure S5 B).
Figure 5 Comparison of the DNA-Binding Loop D1 of NTase-3 The structure of NTase-3 of LigIV (cyan) is shown together with that of LigI (I, pink; PDB code: 1X9N ) and LigIII (III, blue; PDB code: 3L2P ), and DNA (PDB code: 1X9N ).
In parallel, protein structures of LigIV homologs (human LigI [PDB code: 1X9N ]; Pascal et al., 2004 ), human LigIII (PDB code: 3L2P ; Cotner-Gohara et al., 2010 ), and three archeal DNA ligases (PDB codes 2HIV [ Pascal et al., 2006 ], 2CFM [ Nishida et al., 2006 ], and 3GDE [ Kim et al., 2009 ]) were downloaded from RSBC PDB ( Berman et al., 2000 ), and were structurally aligned using BATON (D.F. Burke, personal communication).
Publication Year: 2012
Structure of the catalytic region of DNA ligase IV in complex with an Artemis fragment sheds light on double-strand break repair.
(2013) Structure 21
PubMed: 23523427 | PubMedCentral: PMC3664939 | DOI: 10.1016/j.str.2013.02.014
DNA is from the structure of human LigIII (PDB code 3L2P ).
Publication Year: 2013
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The crystal structure of ΔZnF LigIII bound to a nicked DNA reveals a compact structure that would preclude the ZnF domain from binding to the nick (PDB 3L2P) ( 30 ).
Publication Year: 2015
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