|1cwo, resolution 1.86Å ()|
|Non-Standard Residues:||, , , ,|
|Gene:||CYCLOPHILIN (Homo sapiens)|
|Related:||1bck, 1c5f, 1csa, 1cwa, 1cwb, 1cwc, 1cwf, 1cwh, 1cwi, 1cwj, 1cwk, 1cwl, 1cwm, 1cya, 1cyb, 1cyn, 1ikf, 1m63, 1mf8, 1mik, 1qng, 1qnh, 1xq7, 2esl, 2oju, 2poy, 2rma, 2rmb, 2rmc, 2wfj, 2x2c, 2x7k, 2z6w, 3bo7, 3cys, 3eov|
HUMAN CYCLOPHILIN A COMPLEXED WITH THR2, LEU5, D-HIV8, LEU10 CYCLOSPORIN
The crystal structure of (Thr2, Leu5, d-Hiv8, Leu10)-cyclosporin (cyclic peptolide SDZ 214-103) has been determined as the unbound crystal form and as a complex with human cyclophilin A. This pair of structures provides an example of a significant difference in conformation between free and bound ligand in crystals. The conformation of the unbound form is unlike that of both free and bound conformations of cyclosporin A (with the amide bond between residues 3 and 4 in the cis conformation), while the bound conformation is similar to that of CsA bound to cyclophilin. The cyclophilin-bound conformations of both ligands are similar, though this involves a significantly different waterellipsisligand hydrogen-bonding structure, which compensates for the chemical differences between the two ligands.
Conformational differences of an immunosuppressant peptolide in a single crystal and in a crystal complex with human cyclophilin A., Mikol V, Taylor P, Kallen J, Walkinshaw MD, J Mol Biol. 1998 Oct 23;283(2):451-61. PMID:9769217
From MEDLINE®/PubMed®, a database of the U.S. National Library of Medicine.
[PPIA_HUMAN] PPIases accelerate the folding of proteins. It catalyzes the cis-trans isomerization of proline imidic peptide bonds in oligopeptides.