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1g3x

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1g3x, resolution 2.70Å ()
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INTERCALATION OF AN 9ACRIDINE-PEPTIDE DRUG IN A DNA DODECAMER

Publication Abstract from PubMed

We present the crystal structure of an acridine drug derivatized at carbon 9, [N(alpha)-(9-acridinoyl)-tetraarginine], intercalated within the dodecamer [d(CGCGAATTCGCG)](2). The presence of a lateral chain at the central carbon 9 atom differentiates this compound from most acridine drugs hitherto studied, which are usually derivatized at carbon 4. The DNA:drug interaction we observe differs from that observed in previous studies, which primarily involves shorter, mainly hexameric sequences, in two important regards: the acridine intercalates within an AA/TT base step, rather than within a CG/CG base step; and the binding site is located at the center of the sequence, rather than at one end of the duplex. In addition, we observe a novel crystal packing arrangement, with six dodecamer duplexes and seven hydrated magnesium ions in the asymmetric unit of a large (66.5 x 68.4 x 77.4 A(3)) unit cell in space group P2(1)2(1)2(1). The duplexes are organized in layers parallel to the ab plane, with consecutive layers crossing each other at right angles.

Intercalation of an acridine-peptide drug in an AA/TT base step in the crystal structure of [d(CGCGAATTCGCG)](2) with six duplexes and seven Mg(2+) ions in the asymmetric unit., Malinina L, Soler-Lopez M, Aymami J, Subirana JA, Biochemistry. 2002 Jul 30;41(30):9341-8. PMID:12135355

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About this Structure

1g3x is a 13 chain structure. Full crystallographic information is available from OCA.

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