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Structural asymmetry in the Thermus thermophilus RuvC dimer suggests a basis for sequential strand cleavages during Holliday junction resolution.
(2013) Nucleic Acids Res 41
PubMed: 23118486 | PubMedCentral: PMC3592405 | DOI: 10.1093/nar/gks1015
Data collection and refinement statistics Form I (wild-type) Form II (D146N) PDB_ID 4EP4 4EP5 Data collection Space group P2 1 2 1 2 1 I2 1 2 1 2 1 Ȁ... ; Unit cell dimensions (Å) 36.78, 51.15, 134.91 35.18, 60.02, 135.73 Number of molecules in ASU 2 1 Resolution range (Å) 50.00–1.28 (1.30–1.28) 50.00–2.08 (2.12–2.08) Total number of reflections 356 967 55 406 Number of unique reflections 65 468 8463 R sym (%) 4.8 (42.3) 6.0 (50.6) Completeness (%) 98.4 (96.7) 93.3 (69.8) I/σ(I) 28.0 (2.1) 13.0 (2.3) Redundancy 5.5 (2.7) 6.5 (5.0) Structural refinement Resolution range 35.48–1.28 34.16–2.08 Work set reflections 63 393 7600 Test set reflections 2000 844 R work (%) 15.30 20.78 R free (%) 19.10 26.07 Root-mean-square deviation Bond length (Å) 0.005 0.006 Bond angle (°) 1.008 0.974 Ramachandran plot Preferred/allowed (%) 100 100 Disallowed 0 0 RESULTS AND DISCUSSION T.th.
ACCESSION NUMBERS The atomic coordinates and structure factors have been deposited in the Protein Data Bank with the accession codes 4EP4 (form I) and 4EP5 (form II).
Publication Year: 2013
Mutants of phage bIL67 RuvC with enhanced Holliday junction binding selectivity and resolution symmetry.
(2013) Mol Microbiol 89
PubMed: 23888987 | PubMedCentral: PMC3864405 | DOI: 10.1111/mmi.12343
Comparison of the bIL67 RuvC structure with bacterial RuvC and yeast mitochondrial Holliday junction resolvases A comparison of the phage 67RuvC structure with that of cellular E. coli and T. thermoph... lus RuvC ( Tth RuvC) proteins (Protein Data Bank entries 1HJR and 4EP4 respectively) reveals significant differences in the relative arrangement of the secondary structure elements in 67RuvC.
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