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BMRB Entry 18321

Title: Solution structure of CRKL   PubMed: 22581121

Authors: Jankowski, Wojciech; Saleh, Tamjeed; Kalodimos, Charalampos

Citation: Jankowski, Wojciech; Saleh, Tamjeed; Pai, Ming-Tao; Sriram, Ganapathy; Birge, Raymond; Kalodimos, Charalampos. "Domain organization differences explain Bcr-Abl's preference for CrkL over CrkII"  Nat. Chem. Biol. 8, 590-596 (2012).

Assembly members:
entity, polymer, 303 residues, 33817.203 Da.

Natural source:   Common Name: Humans   Taxonomy ID: 9606   Superkingdom: Eukaryota   Kingdom: Metazoa   Genus/species: Homo sapiens

Experimental source:   Production method: recombinant technology   Host organism: Escherichia coli

Entity Sequences (FASTA):
entity: MSSARFDSSDRSAWYMGPVS RQEAQTRLQGQRHGMFLVRD SSTCPGDYVLSVSENSRVSH YIINSLPNRRFKIGDQEFDH LPALLEFYKIHYLDTTTLIE PAPRYPSPPMGSVSAPNLPT AEDNLEYVRTLYDFPGNDAE DLPFKKGEILVIIEKPEEQW WSARNKDGRVGMIPVPYVEK LVRSSPHGKHGNRNSNSYGI PEPAHAYAQPQTTTPLPAVS GSPGAAITPLPSTQNGPVFA KAIQKRVPCAYDKTALALEV GDIVKVTRMNINGQWEGEVN GRKGLFPFTHVKIFDPQNPD ENE

Data sets:
Data typeCount
13C chemical shifts882
15N chemical shifts232
1H chemical shifts1040

Additional metadata:

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Assembly:

Entity Assembly IDEntity NameEntity ID
1CRKL1

Entities:

Entity 1, CRKL 303 residues - 33817.203 Da.

1   METSERSERALAARGPHEASPSERSERASP
2   ARGSERALATRPTYRMETGLYPROVALSER
3   ARGGLNGLUALAGLNTHRARGLEUGLNGLY
4   GLNARGHISGLYMETPHELEUVALARGASP
5   SERSERTHRCYSPROGLYASPTYRVALLEU
6   SERVALSERGLUASNSERARGVALSERHIS
7   TYRILEILEASNSERLEUPROASNARGARG
8   PHELYSILEGLYASPGLNGLUPHEASPHIS
9   LEUPROALALEULEUGLUPHETYRLYSILE
10   HISTYRLEUASPTHRTHRTHRLEUILEGLU
11   PROALAPROARGTYRPROSERPROPROMET
12   GLYSERVALSERALAPROASNLEUPROTHR
13   ALAGLUASPASNLEUGLUTYRVALARGTHR
14   LEUTYRASPPHEPROGLYASNASPALAGLU
15   ASPLEUPROPHELYSLYSGLYGLUILELEU
16   VALILEILEGLULYSPROGLUGLUGLNTRP
17   TRPSERALAARGASNLYSASPGLYARGVAL
18   GLYMETILEPROVALPROTYRVALGLULYS
19   LEUVALARGSERSERPROHISGLYLYSHIS
20   GLYASNARGASNSERASNSERTYRGLYILE
21   PROGLUPROALAHISALATYRALAGLNPRO
22   GLNTHRTHRTHRPROLEUPROALAVALSER
23   GLYSERPROGLYALAALAILETHRPROLEU
24   PROSERTHRGLNASNGLYPROVALPHEALA
25   LYSALAILEGLNLYSARGVALPROCYSALA
26   TYRASPLYSTHRALALEUALALEUGLUVAL
27   GLYASPILEVALLYSVALTHRARGMETASN
28   ILEASNGLYGLNTRPGLUGLYGLUVALASN
29   GLYARGLYSGLYLEUPHEPROPHETHRHIS
30   VALLYSILEPHEASPPROGLNASNPROASP
31   GLUASNGLU

Samples:

sample_1: potassium phosphate0.3 – 0.8 mM; sodium chloride0.3 – 0.8 mM; beta-mercaptoethanol, [U-13C; U-15N; U-2H], 0.3 – 0.8 mM; H2O 95%; D2O 5%

sample_conditions_1: ionic strength: 0.15 M; pH: 6.8; pressure: 1 atm; temperature: 305 K

Experiments:

NameSampleSample stateSample conditions
2D 1H-15N HSQCsample_1isotropicsample_conditions_1

Software:

CNS, Brunger, Adams, Clore, Gros, Nilges and Read - chemical shift assignment

NMR spectrometers:

  • Bruker Avance 600 MHz
  • Bruker Avance 700 MHz
  • Varian INOVA 600 MHz
  • Varian INOVA 800 MHz

Related Database Links:

BMRB 18333
PDB
DBJ BAF85598 BAG72855
EMBL CAA42199 CAG30309 CAK54415 CAK54714
GB AAH43500 EAX02932 EAX02933 EAX02934 EFB28378
REF NP_001244412 NP_005198 XP_002743611 XP_002834682 XP_002926331
SP P46109