The RING finger domain: a recent example of a sequence—structure family

The RING finger domain: a recent example of a sequence—structure family In the past 18 months, two RING finger structures have been solved. They represent the first reported structures for this novel zinc-binding sequence motif. Both structures are significantly different from other zinc-binding domains, in terms of both their zinc-ligation scheme and their three-dimensional structures. The RING finger domain appears to be a convenient scaffold which can be altered to provide functional specificity in those proteins that contain the motif. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Current Opinion in Structural Biology Elsevier

The RING finger domain: a recent example of a sequence—structure family

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Elsevier
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Copyright © 1996 Elsevier Ltd
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0959-440x
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10.1016/S0959-440X(96)80060-1
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Abstract

In the past 18 months, two RING finger structures have been solved. They represent the first reported structures for this novel zinc-binding sequence motif. Both structures are significantly different from other zinc-binding domains, in terms of both their zinc-ligation scheme and their three-dimensional structures. The RING finger domain appears to be a convenient scaffold which can be altered to provide functional specificity in those proteins that contain the motif.

Journal

Current Opinion in Structural BiologyElsevier

Published: Jun 1, 1996

References

  • Clustering of the acetylcholine receptor by the 43-kD protein: involvement of the zinc finger domain
    Scotland, PB; Colledge, M; Melnikova, I; Dai, Z; Froehner, SC
  • Identification of a novel nuclear domain
    Ascoli, CA; Maul, GG
  • Molecular characterization of NDP52, a novel protein of the nuclear domain 10, which is redistributed upon virus infection and interferon treatment
    Korioth, F; Gieffers, C; Maul, GG; Frey, J

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