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Human UTY(KDM6C) is a male-specific N?-methyl lysyl demethylase.
(2014) J Biol Chem 289
PubMed: 24798337 | PubMedCentral: PMC4140284 | DOI: 10.1074/jbc.M114.555052
The atomic coordinates and structure factors (codes 3ZLI and 3ZPO ) have been deposited in the Protein Data Bank ( http://wwpdb.org/ ).
A crystal structure of the C-terminal JmjC and zinc-binding domains of UTY(KDM6C) (Leu 878 –Ser 1347 , isoform 3) was solved to 1.8 Å resolution in complex with its co-substrate 2OG (PDB code 3ZLI ).
The quality of the structure was assessed with the MolProbity server ( 36 ) and deposited in the Protein Data Bank with the PDB code 3ZLI .
A , overall structure of UTY(KDM6C)(882–1344) (PDB code 3ZLI ) in complex with 2OG ( pink ), Fe(II) ( orange ), and Zn(II) ( yellow ) showing the jumonji ( blue ), helical ( purple ), and zinc binding ( green ) domains.
TABLE 1 Summary of diffraction and refinement statistics UTY(KDM6C) with 2OG (PDB code 3ZLI ) UTY(KDM6C) with GSK-J1 (PDB code 3ZPO ) Data collection Space group P 2 1 2 1 2 1 P 2 1 2 1 2 1 a , b , c (Å); α, β, γ (degrees) 90.58, 110.2, 118.2; 90, 90, 90 91.16, 110.75, 119.49; 90, 90, 90 Wavelength (Å) 0.9763 0.9200 Resolution (Å) a 49.96–1.80 (1.83–1.80) 39.83–2.00 (2.04–2.00) R merge (%) a 7.2 (89.6) 11.4 (77.0) I /σ I a 13.4 (2.0) 10.4 (2.0) Completeness (%) a 100.0 (100.0) 99.1 (97.1) Redundancy a 6.7 (6.9) 6.9 (6.1) Refinement Resolution (Å) 50.01–1.80 37.50–2.00 No.
The residues within the catalytic pocket of the UTY(KDM6C)-2OG complex (PDB code 3ZLI ) are green , and iron is shown as an orange sphere .
Publication Year: 2014
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