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Structure of the catalytic domain of EZH2 reveals conformational plasticity in cofactor and substrate binding sites and explains oncogenic mutations.
(2013) PLoS One 8
PubMed: 24367611 | PubMedCentral: PMC3868588 | DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0083737
The orientation of the EZH2 post-SET domain away from the SAM-binding site is analogous to that observed in a series of structures we previously solved for the human PRDM proteins - PRDM1 (PDB code 3D... L), PRDM2 (2QPW) [ 43 ], PRMD4 (3DB5), PRDM9 (4IJD) [ 54 ], PRDM10 (3IHX), PRDM11 (3RAY), and PRDM12 (3EP0) ( Figure S8 ).
Post-SET domain of human PRDM1 (PDB code 3DAL), PRDM2 (2QPW Wu 20084102), PRMD4 (3DB5), PRDM9 (4IJD), PRDM10 (3IHX), PRDM11 (3RAY), and PRDM12 (3EP0), and mouse PRDM9 (4C1Q).
Publication Year: 2013
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