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NDB ID: NA2564    PDB ID: 4LD9 


Title:

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE OF THE N-TERMINALLY ACETYLATED BAH DOMAIN OF SIR3 BOUND TO THE NUCLEOSOME CORE PARTICLE

Molecular Description:

Histone H3.2
Histone H4
Histone H2A
Histone H2B 1.1
Regulatory protein SIR3

Deposited:

2013-06-24

Released:

2013-08-14

Structural Keywords:

B DOUBLE HELIX

Nucleic Acid Sequence:

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Protein Sequence:

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Primary Citation:

Arnaudo, N., Fernandez, I.S., McLaughlin, S.H., Peak-Chew, S.Y., Rhodes, D., Martino, F.
The N-terminal acetylation of Sir3 stabilizes its binding to the nucleosome core particle. 
Nat.Struct.Mol.Biol., 20, pp. 1119 - 1121, 2013.

Experimental Information:

X-RAY DIFFRACTION

Space Group:

P 61

Cell Constants:

a = 105.513   b = 105.513   c = 488.225 (Ångstroms)

α = 90.0   β = 90.0   γ = 120.0 (degrees)

Refinement:

The structure was refined using the PHENIX program. The R value is 0.2405 for 44335 reflections in the resolution range 19.997 to 3.306 Ångstroms with Fobs >  1.99 sigma(Fobs) and with I >  0.0 sigma(I)