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Structural characterisation of the nuclear import receptor importin alpha in complex with the bipartite NLS of Prp20.
(2013) PLoS One 8
PubMed: 24339986 | PubMedCentral: PMC3858281 | DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0082038
IMPα residues 72–497 from the nucleosplasmin NLS complex structure (PDB ID 3UL1)  were used as the search model for molecular replacement to generate phases and an initial electron ... ensity map, with the test set reflections transferred from the search model dataset.
Publication Year: 2013
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Published in 2015
Superposition of the C α atoms of NcImp α (residues 83–505) with other importin- α structures results in a root-mean-square deviation (r.m.s.d.) of 1.78 Å for I... p α from M. musculus (MmImp α ; 3UL1; [ 33 ]), 1.77 Å for human Imp α 5 (HsImp α 5; 4WV6; [ 34 ]), 1.22 Å for human Imp α 1 (HsImp α 1; 2JDQ; [ 35 ]), 1.21 Å for rice Imp α (OsImp α ; [ 36 ]) and 1.13 Å for yeast Imp α (ScImp α ; [ 9 ]).
Its superposition (residues 83–504) with other Imp α proteins reveals a higher r.m.s.d. for C α atoms for MmImp α (residues 78–496; PDB ID: 3UL1; r.m.s.d.: 1.78 Å) and HsImp α 1 (residues 78–493; PDB ID: 4WV6; r.m.s.d.: 1.77 Å) ( Fig 5a ) compared with ScImp α (residues 89–507; PDB ID: 1BK5; r.m.s.d.: 1.13 Å), OsImp α (residues 74–493; PDB ID: 4BQK; r.m.s.d.: 1.21 Å) and HsImp α 5 (residues 84–502; PDB ID: 2JDQ; r.m.s.d.: 1.22 Å) ( Fig 5b ).
NcImp α /SV40NLS crystal structure was determined by molecular replacement using the program Phaser [ 22 ] and the coordinates of Imp α from Mus musculus in complex with the nucleoplasmin NLS (PDB ID: 3UL1, chain B; [ 15 ]) as the search model.
The Imp α proteins were superimposed using the C α atoms of each protein (residues 83 -505) (a) NcImp α , MmImp α (PDB ID: 3UL1) and HsImp α 1 (PDB ID: 4WV6) are represented in black, red and orange, respectively.
Publication Year: 2015
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