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A structural view of ligand-dependent activation in thermoTRP channels.
(2014) Front Physiol 5
PubMed: 24847275 | PubMedCentral: PMC4017155 | DOI: 10.3389/fphys.2014.00171
Inspection of apo and ligand-bound structures of TRPV1 (Cao et al., 2013b ; Liao et al., 2013 ; PDB IDs: 3J5P, 3J5Q, and 3J5R), identified a binding pocket suitable to fit one PIP 2 molecule connectin... TM5 and TM6 from one subunit with the TM5-TM6 linker of the neighbor subunit (Figure 2A ).
Publication Year: 2014
TRPV1 structures in distinct conformations reveal activation mechanisms.
(2013) Nature 504
PubMed: 24305161 | PubMedCentral: PMC4023639 | DOI: 10.1038/nature12823
The coordinates of atomic models of TRPV1 in these two states have been deposited in the Protein Data Bank under the accession number: 3J5Q and 3J5R.
Publication Year: 2013
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Published in 2014
PDB accession codes: 4MW3 for Ca v Ab, 3J5Q for TRPV1, and 1BL8 for KcsA.
Published in 2015
In total, five templates were used in homology modeling: the Kv 1.2/2.1 chimera structure (PDB entry 2R9R), the TRPV1 apo structure (PDB entry 3J5P), the TRPV1 apo structure (PDB entry 3J5P) with the ... v 1.2/2.1 channel chimera structure for the S4–S5 linker, the TRPV1 DkTx- and RTX-bound structure (PDB entry 3J5Q) with the Kv 1.2/2.1 channel chimera structure for the S4–S5 linker, and the TRPV1 capsaicin-bound structure (PDB entry 3J5R) with the Kv 1.2/2.1 channel chimera structure for the S4–S5 linker.
Publication Year: 2015
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