Structures of the antibody 64M-5 Fab and its complex with dT(6-4)T indicate induced-fit and high-affinity mechanisms.Yokoyama, H., Mizutani, R., Noguchi, S., Hayashida, N.
(2019) Acta Crystallogr F Struct Biol Commun 75: 80-88
- PubMed: 30713158
- DOI: 10.1107/S2053230X18017661
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- Structure of a double-stranded DNA (6-4) photoproduct in complex with the 64M-5 antibody Fab
Yokoyama, H., Mizutani, R., Satow, Y.
(2013) Acta Crystallogr D Biol Crystallogr 69: 504
- Crystal structure of the 64M-2 antibody Fab fragment in complex with a DNA dT(6-4)T photoproduct formed by ultraviolet radiation
Yokoyama, H., Mizutani, R., Satow, Y., Komatsu, Y., Ohtsuka, E., Nikaido, O.
(2000) J Mol Biol 299: 711
DNA photoproducts with (6-4) pyrimidine-pyrimidone adducts produced by ultraviolet light are mutagenic and carcinogenic. The crystal structures of the anti-(6-4) photoproduct antibody 64M-5 Fab and of its complex with dT(6-4)T were determined at 2.5 ...
DNA photoproducts with (6-4) pyrimidine-pyrimidone adducts produced by ultraviolet light are mutagenic and carcinogenic. The crystal structures of the anti-(6-4) photoproduct antibody 64M-5 Fab and of its complex with dT(6-4)T were determined at 2.5 and 2.0 Å resolution, respectively. A comparison between the dT(6-4)T-liganded and unliganded structures indicates that the side chain of His93L is greatly rotated and shifted on binding to dT(6-4)T, leading to the formation of an electrostatic interaction with the phosphate moiety of dT(6-4)T, which shows a remarkable induced fit. Based on a comparison of the dT(6-4)T-liganded structures of the 64M-5 and 64M-2 Fabs, the electrostatic interaction between the side chain of His93L in 64M-5 and the phosphate moiety of dT(6-4)T is lost for Leu93L in 64M-2, while Arg90L in 64M-5 instead of Gln90L in 64M-2 stabilizes the conformation of complementarity-determining region (CDR) L3. These differences contribute to the higher affinity of 64M-5 for dT(6-4)T compared with that of 64M-2.
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