Structure of a mutant EF-G reveals domain III and possibly the fusidic acid binding site.Laurberg, M., Kristensen, O., Martemyanov, K., Gudkov, A.T., Nagaev, I., Hughes, D., Liljas, A.
(2000) J.Mol.Biol. 303: 593-603
- PubMed: 11054294
- DOI: 10.1006/jmbi.2000.4168
- Also Cited By: 2BM1, 2BM0, 2BV3
- PubMed Abstract:
- Three-dimensional Structure of the Ribosomal Translocase: Elongation Factor G from Thermus thermophilus
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The crystal structure of Thermus thermophilus elongation factor G (EF-G) carrying the point mutation His573Ala was determined at a resolution of 2.8 A. The mutant has a more closed structure than that previously reported for wild-type EF-G. This is o ...
The crystal structure of Thermus thermophilus elongation factor G (EF-G) carrying the point mutation His573Ala was determined at a resolution of 2.8 A. The mutant has a more closed structure than that previously reported for wild-type EF-G. This is obtained by a 10 degrees rigid rotation of domains III, IV and V with regard to domains I and II. This rotation results in a displacement of the tip of domain IV by approximately 9 A. The structure of domain III is now fully visible and reveals the double split beta-alpha-beta motif also observed for EF-G domain V and for several ribosomal proteins. A large number of fusidic acid resistant mutations found in domain III have now been possible to locate. Possible locations for the effector loop and a possible binding site for fusidic acid are discussed in relation to some of the fusidic acid resistant mutations.
Department of Molecular Biophysics, Centre for Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Lund University, Lund, SE-221 00, Sweden.