Crystal structure at 1.5-A resolution of d(CGCICICG), an octanucleotide containing inosine, and its comparison with d(CGCG) and d(CGCGCG) structures.Kumar, V.D., Harrison, R.W., Andrews, L.C., Weber, I.T.
(1992) Biochemistry 31: 1541-1550
- PubMed: 1737011
- DOI: 10.1021/bi00120a035
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- The Molecular Structure of the Left-Handed Z-DNA Double Helix at 1.0 Angstrom Atomic Resolution. Geometry, Conformation, and Ionic Interaction of d(CGCGCG)
Gessner, R.V., Frederick, C.A., Quigley, G.J., Rich, A., Wang, A.H.-J.
(1989) J Biol Chem 264: 7921
- The Octamers d(CGCGCGCG) and d(CGCATGCG) Both Crystallize as Z-DNA in the Same Hexagonal Lattice
Fujii, S., Wang, A.H.-J., Quigley, G.J., Westerink, H., Van Der Marel, G., Van Boom, J.H., Rich, A.
(1985) Biopolymers 24: 243
- The Tetramer d(CpGpCpG) Crystallizes as a Left-Handed Double Helix
Crawford, J.L., Kolpak, F.J., Wang, A.H.-J., Quigley, G.J., Van Boom, J.H., Van Der Marel, G., Rich, A.
(1980) Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 77: 4016
- High-Salt d(CpGpCpG), a Left-Handed Z'DNA Double Helix
Drew, H., Takano, T., Tanaka, S., Itakura, K., Dickerson, R.
(1980) Nature 286: 567
The octadeoxyribonucleotide d(CGCICICG) has been crystallized in space group P(6)5(22) with unit cell dimensions of a = b = 31.0 A and c = 43.7 A, and X-ray diffraction data have been collected to 1.5-A resolution. Precession photographs and the self ...
The octadeoxyribonucleotide d(CGCICICG) has been crystallized in space group P(6)5(22) with unit cell dimensions of a = b = 31.0 A and c = 43.7 A, and X-ray diffraction data have been collected to 1.5-A resolution. Precession photographs and the self-Patterson function indicate that 12 base pairs of Z-conformation DNA stack along the c-axis, and the double helices pack in a hexagonal array similar to that seen in other crystals of Z-DNA. The structure has been solved by both Patterson deconvolution and molecular replacement methods and refined in space group P(6)5 to an R factor of 0.225 using 2503 unique reflections greater than 3.0 sigma (F). Comparison of the molecules within the hexagonal lattice with highly refined crystal structures of other Z-DNA reveals only minor conformational differences, most notably in the pucker of the deoxyribose of the purine residues. The DNA has multiple occupancy of C:I and C:G base pairs, and C:I base pairs adopt a conformation similar to that of C:G base pairs.
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