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Zinc in PDB 1vec: Crystal Structure of the N-Terminal Domain of Rck/P54, A Human Dead- Box Protein

Protein crystallography data

The structure of Crystal Structure of the N-Terminal Domain of Rck/P54, A Human Dead- Box Protein, PDB code: 1vec was solved by K.Hogetsu, T.Matsui, Y.Yukihiro, M.Tanaka, T.Sato, T.Kumasaka, N.Tanaka, with X-Ray Crystallography technique. A brief refinement statistics is given in the table below:

Resolution Low / High (Å) 29.90 / 2.01
Space group P 21 21 21
Cell size a, b, c (Å), α, β, γ (°) 65.520, 73.140, 84.790, 90.00, 90.00, 90.00
R / Rfree (%) 19.8 / 25.1

Zinc Binding Sites:

The binding sites of Zinc atom in the Crystal Structure of the N-Terminal Domain of Rck/P54, A Human Dead- Box Protein (pdb code 1vec). This binding sites where shown within 5.0 Angstroms radius around Zinc atom.
In total only one binding site of Zinc was determined in the Crystal Structure of the N-Terminal Domain of Rck/P54, A Human Dead- Box Protein, PDB code: 1vec:

Zinc binding site 1 out of 1 in 1vec

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Zinc binding site 1 out of 1 in the Crystal Structure of the N-Terminal Domain of Rck/P54, A Human Dead- Box Protein


Mono view


Stereo pair view

A full contact list of Zinc with other atoms in the Zn binding site number 1 of Crystal Structure of the N-Terminal Domain of Rck/P54, A Human Dead- Box Protein within 5.0Å range:
probe atom residue distance (Å) B Occ
A:Zn1001

b:17.7
occ:1.00
OE2 A:GLU102 1.8 17.3 1.0
NE2 A:HIS179 2.0 9.8 1.0
CD A:GLU102 2.7 18.1 1.0
CE1 A:HIS179 2.9 14.1 1.0
OE1 A:GLU102 2.9 14.2 1.0
CD2 A:HIS179 3.0 10.5 1.0
ND1 A:HIS179 4.0 14.8 1.0
CG A:GLU102 4.1 14.9 1.0
CG A:HIS179 4.1 11.2 1.0
CD A:LYS178 4.1 11.2 1.0
CE A:MET98 4.8 33.9 1.0
CG A:LYS178 4.8 15.3 1.0

Reference:

T.Matsui, K.Hogetsu, J.Usukura, T.Sato, T.Kumasaka, Y.Akao, N.Tanaka. Structural Insight of Human Dead-Box Protein Rck/P54 Into Its Substrate Recognition with Conformational Changes Genes Cells V. 11 439 2006.
ISSN: ISSN 1356-9597
PubMed: 16611246
DOI: 10.1111/J.1365-2443.2006.00951.X
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