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A structural basis for streptomycin-induced misreading of the genetic code.
(2013) Nat Commun 4
PubMed: 23322043 | PubMedCentral: PMC3552334 | DOI: 10.1038/ncomms2346
f. Comparison of the two helix 45 tetraloop conformations induced by streptomycin (data set Strep, PDB accession code 4DR3) and paromomycin (data set Par, PDB accession code 4DR2, colored in light ora... ge).
Accession codes Coordinates and structure factors have been deposited in the Protein Data Base under accession codes 4DR1, 4DR2, 4DR3, 4DR4, 4DR5, 4DR6, and 4DR7 for data sets Apo, Par, Strep, MAP, Sm-ASL GAA Phe -mRNA, Sm-ASL GAG Leu 2 -mRNA, and Sm-ASL GGA Ser -mRNA, respectively.
Publication Year: 2013
Quantification of free ligand conformational preferences by NMR and their relationship to the bioactive conformation.
(2013) Bioorg Med Chem 21
PubMed: 23886813 | PubMedCentral: PMC3744816 | DOI: 10.1016/j.bmc.2013.06.056
4.2 Comparison with protein/RNA-streptomycin complex structures The conformation of streptomycin bound to the bacterial 30S ribosomal subunit (its natural target), has been determined to 3.0 &... x000c5; (PDB code 1FJG ) 45,46 and to ∼3.5 Å (PDB codes 4DR3 and 4DR5 –7) in a range of apo - and tRNA-bound states.
The highest resolution bioactive conformation (i.e., when streptomycin is bound to the ribosome, PDB code 1FJG ) is shown in blue, lower resolution ones in cyan (PDB codes 4DR3,5–7) and the free crystal structure 57 is in green.
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