Atomic structure of the actin:DNase I complex.Kabsch, W., Mannherz, H.G., Suck, D., Pai, E.F., Holmes, K.C.
(1990) Nature 347: 37-44
- PubMed: 2395459
- DOI: 10.1038/347037a0
- Primary Citation of Related Structures:
- PubMed Abstract:
- Structure and Function of Actin
Kabsch, W., Vandekerckhove, J.
(1992) Annu Rev Biophys Biophys Chem 21: 49
- Muscle Proteins: Actin
Holmes, K.C., Kabsch, W.
(1991) Curr Opin Struct Biol 1: 270
- Similarity of the Three-Dimensional Structures of Actin and the ATPase Fragment of a 70-kDa Heat Shock Cognate Protein
Flaherty, K.M., Mckay, D.B., Kabsch, W., Holmes, K.C.
(1991) Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 88: 5041
- Atomic Model of the Actin Filament
Holmes, K.C., Popp, D., Gebhard, W., Kabsch, W.
(1990) Nature 347: 44
- Crystallographic Refinement and Structure of DNase I at 2 Angstroms Resolution
Oefner, C., Suck, D.
(1986) J Mol Biol 192: 605
- Three-Dimensional Structure of the Complex of Actin and DNase I at 4.5 Angstroms Resolution
Kabsch, W., Mannherz, H.G., Suck, D.
(1985) EMBO J 4: 2113
- Three-Dimensional Structure of Bovine Pancreatic DNase I at 2.5 Angstroms Resolution
Suck, D., Oefner, C., Kabsch, W.
(1984) EMBO J 3: 2423
- Three-Dimensional Structure of the Complex of Skeletal Muscle Actin and Bovine Pancreatic DNase I at 6-Angstroms Resolution
Suck, D., Kabsch, W., Mannherz, H.G.
(1981) Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 78: 4319
The atomic models of the complex between rabbit skeletal muscle actin and bovine pancreatic deoxyribonuclease I both in the ATP and ADP forms have been determined by X-ray analysis at an effective resolution of 2.8 A and 3A, respectively. The two str ...
The atomic models of the complex between rabbit skeletal muscle actin and bovine pancreatic deoxyribonuclease I both in the ATP and ADP forms have been determined by X-ray analysis at an effective resolution of 2.8 A and 3A, respectively. The two structures are very similar. The actin molecule consists of two domains which can be further subdivided into two subdomains. ADP or ATP is located in the cleft between the domains with a calcium ion bound to the beta- or beta- and gamma-phosphates, respectively. The motif of a five-stranded beta sheet consisting of a beta meander and a right handed beta alpha beta unit appears in each domain suggesting that gene duplication might have occurred. These sheets have the same topology as that found in hexokinase.
Max-Planck-Institut für medizinische Forschung, Abteilung Biophysik, Heidelberg, FRG.