Magnesium in PDB 6h4c: A Polyamorous Repressor: Deciphering the Evolutionary Strategy Used By the Phage-Inducible Chromosomal Islands to Spread in Nature.

Protein crystallography data

The structure of A Polyamorous Repressor: Deciphering the Evolutionary Strategy Used By the Phage-Inducible Chromosomal Islands to Spread in Nature., PDB code: 6h4c was solved by J.R.Ciges-Tomas, C.Alite, J.Z.Bowring, J.Donderis, J.R.Penades, A.Marina, with X-Ray Crystallography technique. A brief refinement statistics is given in the table below:

Resolution Low / High (Å) 95.93 / 2.52
Space group P 3 2 1
Cell size a, b, c (Å), α, β, γ (°) 144.490, 144.490, 149.420, 90.00, 90.00, 120.00
R / Rfree (%) 19.7 / 24.2

Other elements in 6h4c:

The structure of A Polyamorous Repressor: Deciphering the Evolutionary Strategy Used By the Phage-Inducible Chromosomal Islands to Spread in Nature. also contains other interesting chemical elements:

Nickel (Ni) 5 atoms

Magnesium Binding Sites:

The binding sites of Magnesium atom in the A Polyamorous Repressor: Deciphering the Evolutionary Strategy Used By the Phage-Inducible Chromosomal Islands to Spread in Nature. (pdb code 6h4c). This binding sites where shown within 5.0 Angstroms radius around Magnesium atom.
In total 2 binding sites of Magnesium where determined in the A Polyamorous Repressor: Deciphering the Evolutionary Strategy Used By the Phage-Inducible Chromosomal Islands to Spread in Nature., PDB code: 6h4c:
Jump to Magnesium binding site number: 1; 2;

Magnesium binding site 1 out of 2 in 6h4c

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Magnesium binding site 1 out of 2 in the A Polyamorous Repressor: Deciphering the Evolutionary Strategy Used By the Phage-Inducible Chromosomal Islands to Spread in Nature.


Mono view


Stereo pair view

A full contact list of Magnesium with other atoms in the Mg binding site number 1 of A Polyamorous Repressor: Deciphering the Evolutionary Strategy Used By the Phage-Inducible Chromosomal Islands to Spread in Nature. within 5.0Å range:
probe atom residue distance (Å) B Occ
A:Mg201

b:43.6
occ:1.00
O E:HOH313 2.2 40.8 1.0
OD2 E:ASP95 2.3 46.1 1.0
O E:HOH316 2.4 39.8 1.0
O A:HOH320 2.4 41.5 1.0
OD1 A:ASP95 2.5 43.1 1.0
OD2 A:ASP95 2.5 45.9 1.0
OD2 C:ASP95 2.6 44.8 1.0
OD1 C:ASP95 2.7 38.9 1.0
OD1 E:ASP95 2.7 39.3 1.0
CG E:ASP95 2.8 41.4 1.0
CG A:ASP95 2.9 42.5 1.0
CG C:ASP95 3.0 44.6 1.0
NZ A:LYS93 4.0 42.9 1.0
O E:HOH308 4.2 44.7 1.0
O A:HOH311 4.4 38.4 1.0
CB E:ASP95 4.4 33.2 1.0
CB A:ASP95 4.4 39.2 1.0
NZ C:LYS93 4.4 47.0 1.0
NZ E:LYS93 4.4 38.8 1.0
O E:ASP95 4.5 39.3 1.0
O A:ASP95 4.5 40.6 1.0
NE2 A:GLN40 4.5 41.1 1.0
CB C:ASP95 4.5 39.8 1.0
O C:HOH326 4.6 48.1 1.0
O C:ASP95 4.7 39.0 1.0
NE2 E:GLN40 4.9 38.1 1.0
O A:HOH343 5.0 50.7 1.0

Magnesium binding site 2 out of 2 in 6h4c

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Magnesium binding site 2 out of 2 in the A Polyamorous Repressor: Deciphering the Evolutionary Strategy Used By the Phage-Inducible Chromosomal Islands to Spread in Nature.


Mono view


Stereo pair view

A full contact list of Magnesium with other atoms in the Mg binding site number 2 of A Polyamorous Repressor: Deciphering the Evolutionary Strategy Used By the Phage-Inducible Chromosomal Islands to Spread in Nature. within 5.0Å range:
probe atom residue distance (Å) B Occ
G:Mg201

b:31.5
occ:0.33
O G:HOH313 2.6 43.8 1.0
OD2 G:ASP95 2.7 40.4 1.0
OD1 G:ASP95 2.9 39.7 1.0
CG G:ASP95 3.2 37.6 1.0
NZ G:LYS93 4.3 39.4 1.0
CB G:ASP95 4.7 34.9 1.0
NE2 G:GLN40 4.7 42.3 1.0
O G:ASP95 4.8 38.4 1.0

Reference:

J.Rafael Ciges-Tomas, C.Alite, S.Humphrey, J.Donderis, J.Bowring, X.Salvatella, J.R.Penades, A.Marina. The Structure of A Polygamous Repressor Reveals How Phage-Inducible Chromosomal Islands Spread in Nature. Nat Commun V. 10 3676 2019.
ISSN: ESSN 2041-1723
PubMed: 31417084
DOI: 10.1038/S41467-019-11504-2
Page generated: Mon Dec 14 22:47:20 2020

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