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DAXX co-folds with H3.3/H4 using high local stability conferred by the H3.3 variant recognition residues.
(2014) Nucleic Acids Res 42
PubMed: 24493739 | PubMedCentral: PMC3985662 | DOI: 10.1093/nar/gku090
The initial crystallographic forms of H3.3/H4/DAXX exploited a mutant of H3.3 with 5 or 7 substitutions aimed to rigidify the H3.3:H4 interface, essentially creating a H3.3/CENP-A hybrid [PDB 4H9N, PD... 4H9S; ( 15 )].
(B, C, E and F) The consensus levels of H/DX at 10 1 s for (H3.3/H4) 2 (B), H3.3 7sub /H4 (C), H3.3/H4/DAXX (E) and H3.3 7sub /H4/DAXX (F) are mapped onto an H3.3/H4 dimer from either the H3.3 nucleosome (PDB 3AV2) (B and C) or H3.3 7sub /H4/DAXX complex [PDB 4H9S; ( 15 )] (E and F) crystal structures.
Publication Year: 2014
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