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|Title: ||Structure of the sporulation histidine kinase inhibitor Sda from Bacillus subtilis and insights into its solution state.|
|Authors: ||Jacques, DA|
|Keywords: ||Small Angle Scattering|
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
|Issue Date: ||Jun-2009|
|Publisher: ||International Union of Crystallography|
|Citation: ||Jacques, D. A., Streamer, M., Rowland, S. L., King, G. F., Guss, J. M., Trewhella, J., et al. (2009). Structure of the sporulation histidine kinase inhibitor Sda from Bacillus subtilis and insights into its solution state. Acta Crystallographica Section D-Biological Crystallography, 65, 574-581.|
|Abstract: ||The crystal structure of the DNA-damage checkpoint inhibitor of sporulation, Sda, from Bacillus subtilis, has been solved by the MAD technique using selenomethionine-substituted protein. The structure closely resembles that previously solved by NMR, as well as the structure of a homologue from Geobacillus stearothermophilus solved in complex with the histidine kinase KinB. The structure contains three molecules in the asymmetric unit. The unusual trimeric arrangement, which lacks simple internal symmetry, appears to be preserved in solution based on an essentially ideal fit to previously acquired scattering data for Sda in solution. This interpretation contradicts previous findings that Sda was monomeric or dimeric in solution. This study demonstrates the difficulties that can be associated with the characterization of small proteins and the value of combining multiple biophysical techniques. It also emphasizes the importance of understanding the physical principles behind these techniques and therefore their limitations. © 2009, International Union of Crystallography|
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