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Published in 2014
Surface representations of ( A ) the unliganded IR ECD dimer (PDB 3LOH; Smith et al., 2010 ) and ( B ) the IR ECD fragment bound to Insulin (PDB 3W14; Menting et al., 2013 ).
Menting JG , Whittaker J , Margetts MB , Whittaker LJ , Kong GKW , Smith BJ , Watson CJ , Zakova L , Kletvikova E , Jiracek J , Chan SJ , Steiner DF , Dodson GG , Brzozowski AM , Weiss MA , Ward CW , Lawrence MC , 2013 , Insulin receptor ectodomain construct comprising domains L1,CR,L2, FNIII-1 and alphact peptide in complex with bovine insulin and FAB 83-14 , 3W14 ; http://www.rcsb.org/pdb/explore/explore.do?structureId=3w14 , publicly available at the RCSB Protein Data Bank.
( B ) Surface representation of ligand-bound IR ECD fragment (PDB 3W14; Menting et al., 2013 ) in the same orientation as in A .
Surface representations and corresponding cartoon diagrams of ( B ) the ECD of unliganded-IR (PDB 3LOH; Smith et al., 2010 ), ( C ) insulin bound to the IR ECD fragment (PDB 3W14; Menting et al., 2013 ), or ( D ) a model of the entire IR ECD bound to two Insulin molecules.
As the authors themselves point out, deletion of αCT (as in the construct crystallized by Menting et al. 2013 , PDB ID: 3W14) should result in: (a) decreased receptor activity; and (b) loss of negative cooperativity in insulin binding.
Publication Year: 2014
Published in 2015
The complex structure of IGF1R with IGF1 was constructed by superimposing and rearranging it with the complex structure of the insulin receptor with insulin (PDB ID: 3W14) as a template using web serv... r MATRAS 45 .
Publication Year: 2015
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