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Structural and molecular insights into the mechanism of action of human angiogenin-ALS variants in neurons.

(2012) Nat Commun 3

PubMed: 23047679 | PubMedCentral: PMC3493651 | DOI: 10.1038/ncomms2126

Additional information Accession codes: The atomic coordinates and structure factor amplitudes have been deposited with the Protein Data Bank (; PDB ID codes are— 4AOH for hA... G atomic resolution structure; 4AHD , 4AHE , 4AHF , 4AHG , 4AHH , 4AHI , 4AHJ , 4AHK , 4AHL , 4AHM , 4AHN for Q12L , K17E , K17I , S28N , R31K , K40I , I46V , K54E , P112L , V113I , R121H for hANG-ALS variants, respectively).

Publication Year: 2012

Crystal structure of human angiogenin with an engineered loop exhibits conformational flexibility at the functional regions of the molecule.

(2013) FEBS Open Bio 3

PubMed: 23772376 | PubMedCentral: PMC3668512 | DOI: 10.1016/j.fob.2012.12.003

The structural superposition of native EDN (PDB: 1GQV [ 62 ]), EDN-RI (PDB: 2BEX [ 41 ]), native ANG (PDB: 4AOH [ 21 ]), ANG–RI (PDB: 1A4Y [ 39 ]) against AEH molecules show that the conformat... onal changes observed are unique to AEH molecules.

4 Conclusions We have compared the solution structure of ANG (determined by nuclear magnetic resonance) (PDB: 1AWZ [ 67 ]) with the high resolution structure of ANG in the crystalline state (determined by X-ray crystallography, PDB: 4AOH [ 21 ]) and found that the loop regions retain similar conformation in both structures.

A detailed analyses of the catalytic site of AEH against a few members of the RNase A superfamily determined at atomic resolution – the prototype molecule RNase A (PDB: 2E3W, 1.05 Å resolution [ 61 ]), EDN (PDB: 1GQV, 0.98 Å resolution [ 62 ]), and ANG (PDB: 4AOH, 1.04 Å resolution [ 21 ]) showed the presence of a highly conserved solvent network involving four water molecules (labelled as 1–4 in Fig. 2 A–E).

Publication Year: 2013