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Protein-protein interactions in clathrin vesicular assembly: radial distribution of evolutionary constraints in interfaces.
(2012) PLoS One 7
PubMed: 22384024 | PubMedCentral: PMC3285160 | DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0031445
t004 Table 4 Interface residues of clathrin heavy chains as predicted from low resolution structure of clathrin coat with axillin peptides bound to the heavy chains (PDB Id 1xi5).
PDB ID Description Resolution Organism Clathrins 1xi4 Clathrin D6 coat 8 Å bovine 1xi5 Clathrin coat with auxillin J domain 8 Å bovine 1b89 Clathrin heavy chain proximal leg 2.6 Å Bovine 1c9i Beta propeller with peptides 2.9 Å rat 1bpo Heavy chain terminal domain 2.6 Å rat 1utc Terminal domain with amphiphysin peptide 2.3 Å Bovine 1c9l Beta-propeller with peptide 2.9 Rat Adaptor proteins 1ky6 AP2 α-appendage with Epsin peptide 2 Å Mouse 1ky7 AP2 α-appendage with amph peptide 2.1 Å Mouse 1kyu AP2 α-appendage with EPS15 DPF pep 1.8 Å Mouse 1kyd AP2 α-appendage with Epsin peptide 2 Å Mouse 1kyf AP2 α-appendage with EPS15 DPF pep 1.2 Å Mouse 1qts AP-2 adaptor α-appendage 1.4 Å Mouse 1qtp AP-2 adaptor α-appendage 1.6 Mouse 1gyu AP-1 adaptor γ-appendage 1.81 Mouse 1gyv AP-1 adaptor γ-appendage mutant 1.71 Mouse 2vj0 AP2 α-appendage in complex with FXDNF from amph & WVXF from synaptojanin 1.6 Mouse & synthetic 1gyw AP1 γ-appendage A753D mutant 2.4 Mouse 2iv8 β1 of AP2 with β-arrestin peptide 2.8 Human 1w63 AP1 adaptor core 4 Mouse & rat 1w80 α-adaptin of Ap2 with 2 peptides from synaptojanin 170 1.9 Mouse & synthetic 2g30 β-appendage of AP2 with ARH peptide 1.6 Human & synthetic 2ivg β-appendage of AP2 with EPS15 peptide 1.9 Human 2vgl AP-2 adaptor core 2.6 Rat, human & mouse 1e42 β2 of AP2 1.7 Human 1b9k α of AP2 1.9 Mouse Listed are the cryo-EM fitted models or the structures of the components of CCV determined using X-ray crystallography.
Chain Chain in Complex for 1xi4 Chain in Complex for 1xi5 A AEFJB ACFN B BCDK BCD C CDLB CDA D DCEMF DECB E EADHNF EDH F FADEGO FAGHR G GFPIH GHIF H HEGQ HEFM I IGHR IGH J JA - K KB - L LC - M MD MHEF N NE NACF O OF - P PG - Q QH - R RI RFAGH Clathrin coat structures (with and without auxillin; 1xi5 and 1xi4 respectively) were dissected into smaller subcomplexes by identifying near neighbors of the chains that are designated in the structures by letters A to I for clathrin heavy chains and J to R for clathrin light chains.
The complex structures (PDb IDs 1xi4 & 1xi5) were then divided into smaller sub-complexes that were treated as independent structures to recognize interface residues.
Publication Year: 2012
Hsc70-induced changes in clathrin-auxilin cage structure suggest a role for clathrin light chains in cage disassembly.
(2013) Traffic 14
PubMed: 23710728 | PubMedCentral: PMC3776051 | DOI: 10.1111/tra.12085
Two barrel models, calculated from the available pdb coordinates 1XI4 and 1XI5 11 – 19 , were tested.
Then both maps were sharpened by adjusting the radial density distribution of the Fourier amplitudes to match those of a map generated from an atomic model of the clathrin barrel structure (from the 1XI5 coordinates), using the program 3Dradamp (Roseman, unpublished).
12 was aligned to the 1XI5 coordinates by fitting the heavy chains, using UCSF Chimera.
Publication Year: 2013
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Published in 2014
(A) Cut-away view of the ~70 nm diameter clathrin coat with the J protein auxilin (magenta) bound [pdb 1XI5 (Xing et al., 2010 )].
Publication Year: 2014
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