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Zinc in PDB 2vqv: Structure of HDAC4 Catalytic Domain with A Gain-of-Function Mutation Bound to A Hydroxamic Acid Inhibitor

Protein crystallography data

The structure of Structure of HDAC4 Catalytic Domain with A Gain-of-Function Mutation Bound to A Hydroxamic Acid Inhibitor, PDB code: 2vqv was solved by M.J.Bottomley, P.Lo Surdo, P.Di Giovine, A.Cirillo, R.Scarpelli, F.Ferrigno, P.Jones, P.Neddermann, R.De Francesco, C.Steinkuhler, P.Gallinari, A.Carfi, with X-Ray Crystallography technique. A brief refinement statistics is given in the table below:

Resolution Low / High (Å) 30.00 / 3.30
Space group P 1 21 1
Cell size a, b, c (Å), α, β, γ (°) 86.524, 70.766, 89.011, 90.00, 108.57, 90.00
R / Rfree (%) 23.4 / 26.5

Zinc Binding Sites:

The binding sites of Zinc atom in the Structure of HDAC4 Catalytic Domain with A Gain-of-Function Mutation Bound to A Hydroxamic Acid Inhibitor (pdb code 2vqv). This binding sites where shown within 5.0 Angstroms radius around Zinc atom.
In total 2 binding sites of Zinc where determined in the Structure of HDAC4 Catalytic Domain with A Gain-of-Function Mutation Bound to A Hydroxamic Acid Inhibitor, PDB code: 2vqv:
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Zinc binding site 1 out of 2 in 2vqv

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Zinc binding site 1 out of 2 in the Structure of HDAC4 Catalytic Domain with A Gain-of-Function Mutation Bound to A Hydroxamic Acid Inhibitor


Mono view


Stereo pair view

A full contact list of Zinc with other atoms in the Zn binding site number 1 of Structure of HDAC4 Catalytic Domain with A Gain-of-Function Mutation Bound to A Hydroxamic Acid Inhibitor within 5.0Å range:
probe atom residue distance (Å) B Occ
A:Zn1410

b:26.3
occ:1.00
OD2 A:ASP290 1.9 30.5 1.0
ND1 A:HIS198 2.2 31.5 1.0
OAY A:HA31409 2.3 35.3 1.0
OD2 A:ASP196 2.5 33.2 1.0
CE1 A:HIS198 2.8 31.8 1.0
OD1 A:ASP196 2.9 32.3 1.0
CG A:ASP290 3.0 31.4 1.0
CAW A:HA31409 3.0 35.5 1.0
CG A:ASP196 3.0 32.1 1.0
OAZ A:HA31409 3.2 37.4 1.0
CG A:HIS198 3.3 31.9 1.0
NAX A:HA31409 3.4 36.0 1.0
OD1 A:ASP290 3.5 30.7 1.0
CB A:HIS198 3.9 32.2 1.0
NE2 A:HIS198 4.0 31.9 1.0
CAV A:HA31409 4.0 35.4 1.0
CA A:GLY330 4.0 33.2 1.0
CB A:ASP290 4.1 31.8 1.0
CG1 A:VAL197 4.2 31.9 1.0
N A:HIS198 4.3 32.2 1.0
CD2 A:HIS198 4.3 31.6 1.0
CB A:ASP196 4.5 31.7 1.0
SAS A:HA31409 4.6 35.0 1.0
N A:VAL197 4.6 31.8 1.0
N A:GLY330 4.7 32.7 1.0
CE2 A:TYR332 4.7 38.1 1.0
OH A:TYR332 4.7 37.9 1.0
CA A:HIS198 4.8 32.3 1.0
NE2 A:HIS159 4.8 33.8 1.0
NE2 A:HIS158 4.9 35.5 1.0
N A:GLY331 4.9 34.0 1.0
C A:GLY330 5.0 33.6 1.0

Zinc binding site 2 out of 2 in 2vqv

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Zinc binding site 2 out of 2 in the Structure of HDAC4 Catalytic Domain with A Gain-of-Function Mutation Bound to A Hydroxamic Acid Inhibitor


Mono view


Stereo pair view

A full contact list of Zinc with other atoms in the Zn binding site number 2 of Structure of HDAC4 Catalytic Domain with A Gain-of-Function Mutation Bound to A Hydroxamic Acid Inhibitor within 5.0Å range:
probe atom residue distance (Å) B Occ
B:Zn1412

b:22.0
occ:1.00
ND1 B:HIS198 2.1 31.5 1.0
OD2 B:ASP290 2.1 30.5 1.0
OD2 B:ASP196 2.4 33.2 1.0
OAY B:HA31411 2.5 35.4 1.0
CE1 B:HIS198 2.8 31.7 1.0
OD1 B:ASP196 3.0 32.3 1.0
CG B:ASP196 3.0 32.2 1.0
CAW B:HA31411 3.1 36.9 1.0
CG B:ASP290 3.1 31.3 1.0
CG B:HIS198 3.2 31.9 1.0
OAZ B:HA31411 3.5 39.7 1.0
NAX B:HA31411 3.5 38.0 1.0
OD1 B:ASP290 3.6 30.6 1.0
CB B:HIS198 3.7 32.1 1.0
NE2 B:HIS198 3.9 31.9 1.0
CAV B:HA31411 4.0 37.2 1.0
CD2 B:HIS198 4.1 31.7 1.0
N B:HIS198 4.2 32.2 1.0
CA B:GLY330 4.2 33.1 1.0
CG1 B:VAL197 4.2 32.0 1.0
CB B:ASP290 4.3 31.7 1.0
SAS B:HA31411 4.4 38.0 1.0
CB B:ASP196 4.5 31.8 1.0
NE2 B:HIS159 4.6 33.6 1.0
CA B:HIS198 4.6 32.2 1.0
N B:VAL197 4.7 31.7 1.0
NE2 B:HIS158 4.7 35.5 1.0
N B:GLY330 4.8 32.7 1.0
OH B:TYR332 4.8 38.0 1.0
CE2 B:TYR332 4.8 37.9 1.0

Reference:

M.J.Bottomley, P.Lo Surdo, P.Di Giovine, A.Cirillo, R.Scarpelli, F.Ferrigno, P.Jones, P.Neddermann, R.De Francesco, C.Steinkuhler, P.Gallinari, A.Carfi. Structural and Functional Analysis of the Human HDAC4 Catalytic Domain Reveals A Regulatory Structural Zinc-Binding Domain. J.Biol.Chem. V. 283 26694 2008.
ISSN: ISSN 0021-9258
PubMed: 18614528
DOI: 10.1074/JBC.M803514200
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