A new insight into the zinc-dependent DNA-cleavage by the colicin E7 nuclease: a crystallographic and computational study

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A new insight into the zinc-dependent DNA-cleavage by the colicin E7 nuclease : a crystallographic and computational study. / Czene, Anikó; Tóth, Eszter; Németh, Eszter; Otten, Harm; Poulsen, Jens-Christian Navarro; Christensen, Hans Erik Mølager; Rulíšek, Lubomír; Nagata, Kyosuke; Larsen, Sine; Gyurcsik, Béla.

In: Metallomics, Vol. 6, No. 11, 2014, p. 2090-2099.

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Czene, A, Tóth, E, Németh, E, Otten, H, Poulsen, J-CN, Christensen, HEM, Rulíšek, L, Nagata, K, Larsen, S & Gyurcsik, B 2014, 'A new insight into the zinc-dependent DNA-cleavage by the colicin E7 nuclease: a crystallographic and computational study', Metallomics, vol. 6, no. 11, pp. 2090-2099. https://doi.org/10.1039/c4mt00195h

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Czene, A., Tóth, E., Németh, E., Otten, H., Poulsen, J-C. N., Christensen, H. E. M., ... Gyurcsik, B. (2014). A new insight into the zinc-dependent DNA-cleavage by the colicin E7 nuclease: a crystallographic and computational study. Metallomics, 6(11), 2090-2099. https://doi.org/10.1039/c4mt00195h

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Czene A, Tóth E, Németh E, Otten H, Poulsen J-CN, Christensen HEM et al. A new insight into the zinc-dependent DNA-cleavage by the colicin E7 nuclease: a crystallographic and computational study. Metallomics. 2014;6(11):2090-2099. https://doi.org/10.1039/c4mt00195h

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Czene, Anikó ; Tóth, Eszter ; Németh, Eszter ; Otten, Harm ; Poulsen, Jens-Christian Navarro ; Christensen, Hans Erik Mølager ; Rulíšek, Lubomír ; Nagata, Kyosuke ; Larsen, Sine ; Gyurcsik, Béla. / A new insight into the zinc-dependent DNA-cleavage by the colicin E7 nuclease : a crystallographic and computational study. In: Metallomics. 2014 ; Vol. 6, No. 11. pp. 2090-2099.

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title = "A new insight into the zinc-dependent DNA-cleavage by the colicin E7 nuclease: a crystallographic and computational study",
abstract = "The nuclease domain of colicin E7 metallonuclease (NColE7) contains its active centre at the C-terminus. The mutant ΔN4-NColE7-C∗-where the four N-terminal residues including the positively charged K446, R447 and K449 are replaced with eight residues from the GST tag-is catalytically inactive. The crystal structure of this mutant demonstrates that its overall fold is very similar to that of the native NColE7 structure. This implicates the stabilizing effect of the remaining N-terminal sequence on the structure of the C-terminal catalytic site and the essential role of the deleted residues in the mechanism of the catalyzed reaction. Complementary QM/MM calculations on the protein-DNA complexes support the less favourable cleavage by the mutant protein than by NColE7. Furthermore, a water molecule as a possible ligand for the Zn2+-ion is proposed to play a role in the catalytic process. These results suggest that the mechanism of the Zn2+-containing HNH nucleases needs to be further studied and discussed.",
author = "Anik{\'o} Czene and Eszter T{\'o}th and Eszter N{\'e}meth and Harm Otten and Poulsen, {Jens-Christian Navarro} and Christensen, {Hans Erik M{\o}lager} and Lubom{\'i}r Rul{\'i}šek and Kyosuke Nagata and Sine Larsen and B{\'e}la Gyurcsik",
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AU - Otten, Harm

AU - Poulsen, Jens-Christian Navarro

AU - Christensen, Hans Erik Mølager

AU - Rulíšek, Lubomír

AU - Nagata, Kyosuke

AU - Larsen, Sine

AU - Gyurcsik, Béla

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N2 - The nuclease domain of colicin E7 metallonuclease (NColE7) contains its active centre at the C-terminus. The mutant ΔN4-NColE7-C∗-where the four N-terminal residues including the positively charged K446, R447 and K449 are replaced with eight residues from the GST tag-is catalytically inactive. The crystal structure of this mutant demonstrates that its overall fold is very similar to that of the native NColE7 structure. This implicates the stabilizing effect of the remaining N-terminal sequence on the structure of the C-terminal catalytic site and the essential role of the deleted residues in the mechanism of the catalyzed reaction. Complementary QM/MM calculations on the protein-DNA complexes support the less favourable cleavage by the mutant protein than by NColE7. Furthermore, a water molecule as a possible ligand for the Zn2+-ion is proposed to play a role in the catalytic process. These results suggest that the mechanism of the Zn2+-containing HNH nucleases needs to be further studied and discussed.

AB - The nuclease domain of colicin E7 metallonuclease (NColE7) contains its active centre at the C-terminus. The mutant ΔN4-NColE7-C∗-where the four N-terminal residues including the positively charged K446, R447 and K449 are replaced with eight residues from the GST tag-is catalytically inactive. The crystal structure of this mutant demonstrates that its overall fold is very similar to that of the native NColE7 structure. This implicates the stabilizing effect of the remaining N-terminal sequence on the structure of the C-terminal catalytic site and the essential role of the deleted residues in the mechanism of the catalyzed reaction. Complementary QM/MM calculations on the protein-DNA complexes support the less favourable cleavage by the mutant protein than by NColE7. Furthermore, a water molecule as a possible ligand for the Zn2+-ion is proposed to play a role in the catalytic process. These results suggest that the mechanism of the Zn2+-containing HNH nucleases needs to be further studied and discussed.

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JO - Metallomics

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