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RBR E3 ubiquitin ligases: new structures, new insights, new questions.

(2014) Biochem J 458

PubMed: 24576094 | PubMedCentral: PMC3940038 | DOI: 10.1042/BJ20140006

Figure 3 Catalogue of three-dimensional structures for RBR E3 ubiquitin ligases The upper panels show cartoon representations of multi-domain structures for ( A ) RING0–RBR from human parkin (... DB code 4I1F [ 35 ]; also PDB code 4K7D [ 34 ] and PDB code 4BM9 [ 36 ]), ( B ) human HHARI (PDB code 4KBL [ 42 ]) and ( C ) C-terminus of human HOIP (PDB code 4LJP [ 43 ]).

Publication Year: 2014

Structure of the human FANCL RING-Ube2T complex reveals determinants of cognate E3-E2 selection.

(2014) Structure 22

PubMed: 24389026 | PubMedCentral: PMC3979106 | DOI: 10.1016/j.str.2013.12.004

PDB ID codes used of RING and Ubox domains, as listed in the figure: 1FBV , 4F52 , 4AUQ , 3HCT , 2C2V , 3LIZ , 3RPG , 4AP4 , 4EPO , 2YHO , 2Y43 , 4KBL , and 4K7D .

Publication Year: 2014

Phosphorylation by PINK1 releases the UBL domain and initializes the conformational opening of the E3 ubiquitin ligase Parkin.

(2014) PLoS Comput Biol 10

PubMed: 25375667 | PubMedCentral: PMC4222639 | DOI: 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1003935

Our models were generated using the recently resolved X-ray structures of human N-terminal truncated Parkin (PDB IDs: 4BM9 [27] and 4I1H [24] ) and of its rat homolog (PDB IDs: 4K7D and 4K95 [26] ).

Our own findings (unpublished) and other recent studies [19] , [56] including the crystal structures (PDB IDs: 4K7D and 4K95) [26] support the dimerization/multimerization capability of Parkin.

RMSD comparison between human full-length pSer65 Parkin structural model and X-ray structures (4K7D, 4K95, 4BM9, 4I1H) for backbone residues 141–465, which measure to the initial conformation of pSer65 the following RMS values: 3.56 Å, 3.48 Å, 2.92 Å, and 1.72 Å, respectively.

Publication Year: 2014