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Functional determinants of gate-DNA selection and cleavage by bacterial type II topoisomerases.
(2013) Nucleic Acids Res 41
PubMed: 23939623 | PubMedCentral: PMC3814380 | DOI: 10.1093/nar/gkt696
Images were generated with First Glance in JMol based on protein data bank entry 3RAE.
Publication Year: 2013
Structure of an 'open' clamp type II topoisomerase-DNA complex provides a mechanism for DNA capture and transport.
PubMed: 23965305 | PubMedCentral: PMC3834822 | DOI: 10.1093/nar/gkt749
Structure determination Structures were solved by molecular replacement in Phaser ( 35 , 37 ) using as search models our ParC55/ParE30/18mer DNA+levofloxacin structure (PDB ID: 3RAE) as a starting mod... l and a ParE ATP domain homology modelled in 3D-JigSaw ( 38 ) on the basis of the structure of the ATPase domain of the E. coli gyrase (PDB ID: 1EI1) ( 39 ).
Subsequent refinement was executed in Phenix ( 42 ) using the secondary structure restraints derived from the high-resolution structure of ParC55/ParE30/18mer+levofloxacin (PDB ID: 3RAE).
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Published in 2015
Furthermore, the available crystal structures of quinolones complexed with DNA Gyrase from S. aureus (PDB: 2XCT) and topo IV (PDB: 3K9F, 3RAD, 3RAE & 2XKK) were also examined for the hydrogen ... onded interaction pattern between Ser and quinolones.
Publication Year: 2015
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