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PDBsum entry 1de9

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Lyase/DNA PDB id
1de9
Jmol
Contents
Protein chain
276 a.a. *
DNA/RNA
Metals
_MN ×2
* Residue conservation analysis
PDB id:
1de9
Name: Lyase/DNA
Title: Human ape1 endonuclease with bound abasic DNA and mn2+ ion
Structure: 5'-d( Cp Tp Ap C)-3'. Chain: x, u. Engineered: yes. 5'-d(p (3Dr)p Gp Ap Tp C)-3'. Chain: y, v. Engineered: yes. 5'-d( Gp Ap Tp Cp Gp Gp Tp Ap G)-3'. Chain: z, w. Engineered: yes.
Source: Synthetic: yes. Homo sapiens. Human. Organism_taxid: 9606. Expressed in: escherichia coli. Expression_system_taxid: 562
Resolution:
3.00Å     R-factor:   0.183     R-free:   0.274
Authors: C.D.Mol,T.Izumi,S.Mitra,J.A.Tainer
Key ref:
C.D.Mol et al. (2000). DNA-bound structures and mutants reveal abasic DNA binding by APE1 and DNA repair coordination [corrected] Nature, 403, 451-456. PubMed id: 10667800 DOI: 10.1038/35000249
Date:
13-Nov-99     Release date:   02-Feb-00    
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Protein chains
Pfam   ArchSchema ?
P27695  (APEX1_HUMAN) -  DNA-(apurinic or apyrimidinic site) lyase
Seq:
Struc:
318 a.a.
276 a.a.*
Key:    PfamA domain  PfamB domain  Secondary structure  CATH domain
* PDB and UniProt seqs differ at 1 residue position (black cross)

 Enzyme reactions 
   Enzyme class: E.C.4.2.99.18  - DNA-(apurinic or apyrimidinic site) lyase.
[IntEnz]   [ExPASy]   [KEGG]   [BRENDA]
      Reaction: The C-O-P bond 3' to the apurinic or apyrimidinic site in DNA is broken by a beta-elimination reaction, leaving a 3'-terminal unsaturated sugar and a product with a terminal 5'-phosphate.
 Gene Ontology (GO) functional annotation 
  GO annot!
  Cellular component     intracellular   1 term 
  Biological process     DNA repair   1 term 
  Biochemical function     DNA binding     3 terms  

 

 
DOI no: 10.1038/35000249 Nature 403:451-456 (2000)
PubMed id: 10667800  
 
 
DNA-bound structures and mutants reveal abasic DNA binding by APE1 and DNA repair coordination [corrected]
C.D.Mol, T.Izumi, S.Mitra, J.A.Tainer.
 
  ABSTRACT  
 
Non-coding apurinic/apyrimidinic (AP) sites in DNA are continually created in cells both spontaneously and by damage-specific DNA glycosylases. The biologically critical human base excision repair enzyme APE1 cleaves the DNA sugar-phosphate backbone at a position 5' of AP sites to prime DNA repair synthesis. Here we report three co-crystal structures of human APE1 bound to abasic DNA which show that APE1 uses a rigid, pre-formed, positively charged surface to kink the DNA helix and engulf the AP-DNA strand. APE1 inserts loops into both the DNA major and minor grooves and binds a flipped-out AP site in a pocket that excludes DNA bases and racemized beta-anomer AP sites. Both the APE1 active-site geometry and a complex with cleaved AP-DNA and Mn2+ support a testable structure-based catalytic mechanism. Alanine substitutions of the residues that penetrate the DNA helix unexpectedly show that human APE1 is structurally optimized to retain the cleaved DNA product. These structural and mutational results show how APE1 probably displaces bound glycosylases and retains the nicked DNA product, suggesting that APE1 acts in vivo to coordinate the orderly transfer of unstable DNA damage intermediates between the excision and synthesis steps of DNA repair.
 
  Selected figure(s)  
 
Figure 2.
Figure 2: Stereo views of the APE1 complex with AP-DNA showing double-loop penetration of the DNA helix, plus charge and surface complementarity. a, DNA (top) binding to APE1 (bottom) from the co-crystal structure of APE1 bound to the 11-bp abasic DNA. The complex is viewed from the side that is roughly perpendicular to the kinked DNA helix axis oriented with the AP strand running 5' (left) to 3' (right), and shows the two central, six-stranded APE1 -sheets (orange arrows), - and 3[10] -helices (blue coils), and coils (green tubes). Five APE1 DNA-binding regions (yellow; residues 73-79, 126-129, 174-178, 221-228 and 268-272) contact both the AP-DNA strand (pink carbon polytubes and transparent surface) and the opposing strand (orange polytubes and surface). The position of the divalent metal ion (green sphere) which is 5' of the AP site as derived from the ternary product complex, and the side chains for key residues are shown. b, DNA binding to APE1 viewed looking down on the enzyme-DNA interface, rotated 90^ from the view in a. Arg 177 penetrates the DNA major groove (bottom) and Met 270 inserts through the DNA minor groove (top), capping the DNA-bound APE1 active site. The APE1-bound DNA, which is bent 35^ with the helix axis kinked 5, complements the positively charged DNA-binding surface of APE1, coloured red (-1.5 kT e^ -1) to blue (+1.5 kT e^-1) according to its electrostatic potential (calculated including the Mn2+ ion), which engulfs the AP-DNA strand (pink) around the flipped-out AP site.
Figure 3.
Figure 3: APE1 interactions with the flipped-out AP site provide damage specificity and suggest a specific reaction mechanism for phosphodiester bond cleavage. a, APE1 active-site interactions with the flipped-out abasic deoxyribose and target 5' phosphate. The hydrophobic face of the extrahelical AP site packs within a complementary APE1 pocket formed by the side chains of Phe 166, Trp 280 and Leu 282. The Arg 177 side chain inserts through the kinked DNA major groove to form a hydrogen bond to the non-target AP site 3' phosphate. The target AP site 5' phosphate is oriented by hydrogen bonds with Asn 174, Asn 212 and His 309. Asp 210 is oriented by hydrogen bonds from the Asn 212 backbone amide and Asn 68 N 2. The metal ion position (derived from the ternary product complex) stabilizes the transition state and facilitates the O3' leaving group, perhaps through a first hydration shell water molecule of a Mg2+ion. b, Structure-based reaction mechanism for phosphodiester bond cleavage. Substrate AP-DNA is oriented by the bound divalent metal ion and APE1 active-site residues for attack of an hydroxyl nucleophile activated by buried Asp 210 (left panel). Collapse of the pentacovalent transition state (middle panel) leads to cleavage of the scissile P-O3' bond, with the transition state and O3' leaving group stabilized by the metal ion, leading to bond cleavage and inversion of the phosphate configuration (right panel).
 
  The above figures are reprinted by permission from Macmillan Publishers Ltd: Nature (2000, 403, 451-456) copyright 2000.  
  Figures were selected by an automated process.  

Literature references that cite this PDB file's key reference

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PDB codes: 2jc4 2jc5
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PDB codes: 2v0r 2v0s
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PDB code: 2ei9
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DNA repair protein involved in heart and blood development.
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Analysis of nuclear transport signals in the human apurinic/apyrimidinic endonuclease (APE1/Ref1).
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16279940 J.L.Parsons, I.I.Dianova, E.Boswell, M.Weinfeld, and G.L.Dianov (2005).
End-damage-specific proteins facilitate recruitment or stability of X-ray cross-complementing protein 1 at the sites of DNA single-strand break repair.
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15606310 M.E.Lomax, H.Salje, S.Cunniffe, and P.O'Neill (2005).
8-OxoA inhibits the incision of an AP site by the DNA glycosylases Fpg, Nth and the AP endonuclease HAP1.
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16113242 S.Madhusudan, F.Smart, P.Shrimpton, J.L.Parsons, L.Gardiner, S.Houlbrook, D.C.Talbot, T.Hammonds, P.A.Freemont, M.J.Sternberg, G.L.Dianov, and I.D.Hickson (2005).
Isolation of a small molecule inhibitor of DNA base excision repair.
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16199493 S.Sen, N.A.Paraggio, L.A.Gearheart, E.E.Connor, A.Issa, R.S.Coleman, D.M.Wilson, M.D.Wyatt, and M.A.Berg (2005).
Effect of protein binding on ultrafast DNA dynamics: characterization of a DNA:APE1 complex.
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15824325 T.Izumi, D.B.Brown, C.V.Naidu, K.K.Bhakat, M.A.Macinnes, H.Saito, D.J.Chen, and S.Mitra (2005).
Two essential but distinct functions of the mammalian abasic endonuclease.
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15755742 U.Gioia, P.Laneve, M.Dlakic, M.Arceci, I.Bozzoni, and E.Caffarelli (2005).
Functional characterization of XendoU, the endoribonuclease involved in small nucleolar RNA biosynthesis.
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15908697 X.P.Zhang, K.I.Lee, J.A.Solinger, K.Kiianitsa, and W.D.Heyer (2005).
Gly-103 in the N-terminal domain of Saccharomyces cerevisiae Rad51 protein is critical for DNA binding.
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15155853 A.B.Guliaev, B.Hang, and B.Singer (2004).
Structural insights by molecular dynamics simulations into specificity of the major human AP endonuclease toward the benzene-derived DNA adduct, pBQ-C.
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15385537 B.Ahn, J.A.Harrigan, F.E.Indig, D.M.Wilson, and V.A.Bohr (2004).
Regulation of WRN helicase activity in human base excision repair.
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15499577 B.Hang (2004).
Repair of exocyclic DNA adducts: rings of complexity.
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Inhibition of Ape1 nuclease activity by lead, iron, and cadmium.
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15221026 D.S.Daniels, T.T.Woo, K.X.Luu, D.M.Noll, N.D.Clarke, A.E.Pegg, and J.A.Tainer (2004).
DNA binding and nucleotide flipping by the human DNA repair protein AGT.
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PDB codes: 1t38 1t39
15078879 D.Wong, and B.Demple (2004).
Modulation of the 5'-deoxyribose-5-phosphate lyase and DNA synthesis activities of mammalian DNA polymerase beta by apurinic/apyrimidinic endonuclease 1.
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15310837 H.Ma, H.M.Lee, and E.W.Englander (2004).
N-terminus of the rat adenine glycosylase MYH affects excision rates and processing of MYH-generated abasic sites.
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15141024 I.I.Dianova, K.M.Sleeth, S.L.Allinson, J.L.Parsons, C.Breslin, K.W.Caldecott, and G.L.Dianov (2004).
XRCC1-DNA polymerase beta interaction is required for efficient base excision repair.
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14704345 L.Gros, A.A.Ishchenko, H.Ide, R.H.Elder, and M.K.Saparbaev (2004).
The major human AP endonuclease (Ape1) is involved in the nucleotide incision repair pathway.
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15178685 L.Larivière, and S.Moréra (2004).
Structural evidence of a passive base-flipping mechanism for beta-glucosyltransferase.
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PDB codes: 1sxp 1sxq
15479784 M.Akbari, M.Otterlei, J.Peña-Diaz, P.A.Aas, B.Kavli, N.B.Liabakk, L.Hagen, K.Imai, A.Durandy, G.Slupphaug, and H.E.Krokan (2004).
Repair of U/G and U/A in DNA by UNG2-associated repair complexes takes place predominantly by short-patch repair both in proliferating and growth-arrested cells.
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15155847 N.B.Edfeldt, E.A.Harwood, S.T.Sigurdsson, P.B.Hopkins, and B.R.Reid (2004).
Solution structure of a nitrous acid induced DNA interstrand cross-link.
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PDB codes: 1s9n 1s9o
15459284 N.G.Beloglazova, O.O.Kirpota, K.V.Starostin, A.A.Ishchenko, V.I.Yamkovoy, D.O.Zharkov, K.T.Douglas, and G.A.Nevinsky (2004).
Thermodynamic, kinetic and structural basis for recognition and repair of abasic sites in DNA by apurinic/apyrimidinic endonuclease from human placenta.
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15247245 N.Maita, T.Anzai, H.Aoyagi, H.Mizuno, and H.Fujiwara (2004).
Crystal structure of the endonuclease domain encoded by the telomere-specific long interspersed nuclear element, TRAS1.
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PDB code: 1wdu
15274918 O.Weichenrieder, K.Repanas, and A.Perrakis (2004).
Crystal structure of the targeting endonuclease of the human LINE-1 retrotransposon.
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PDB code: 1vyb
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Suppressed catalytic activity of base excision repair enzymes on rotationally positioned uracil in nucleosomes.
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Substrate specificity of human endonuclease III (hNTH1). Effect of human APE1 on hNTH1 activity.
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14602897 E.A.Worthey, A.Schnaufer, I.S.Mian, K.Stuart, and R.Salavati (2003).
Comparative analysis of editosome proteins in trypanosomatids.
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12966083 J.C.Shen, and L.A.Loeb (2003).
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12682353 M.C.Hall, P.V.Shcherbakova, J.M.Fortune, C.H.Borchers, J.M.Dial, K.B.Tomer, and T.A.Kunkel (2003).
DNA binding by yeast Mlh1 and Pms1: implications for DNA mismatch repair.
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12590136 P.Viswanathan, J.Chen, Y.C.Chiang, and C.L.Denis (2003).
Identification of multiple RNA features that influence CCR4 deadenylation activity.
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14500814 S.F.El-Khamisy, M.Masutani, H.Suzuki, and K.W.Caldecott (2003).
A requirement for PARP-1 for the assembly or stability of XRCC1 nuclear foci at sites of oxidative DNA damage.
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Synthesis, characterization and solution structure of tethered oligonucleotides containing an internal 3'-phosphoglycolate, 5'-phosphate gapped lesion.
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PDB codes: 1g5k 1gj1 1n0k 1n0o
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CCR4, a 3'-5' poly(A) RNA and ssDNA exonuclease, is the catalytic component of the cytoplasmic deadenylase.
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Mutational analysis of endonuclease V from Thermotoga maritima.
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Choreography of oxidative damage repair in mammalian genomes.
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Human DNA repair genes.
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XRCC1 stimulates human polynucleotide kinase activity at damaged DNA termini and accelerates DNA single-strand break repair.
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Securing genome stability by orchestrating DNA repair: removal of radiation-induced clustered lesions in DNA.
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11238902 I.Unk, L.Haracska, S.Prakash, and L.Prakash (2001).
3'-phosphodiesterase and 3'-->5' exonuclease activities of yeast Apn2 protein and requirement of these activities for repair of oxidative DNA damage.
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Structural biochemistry and interaction architecture of the DNA double-strand break repair Mre11 nuclease and Rad50-ATPase.
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PDB codes: 1ii7 1ii8
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Mammalian DNA single-strand break repair: an X-ra(y)ted affair.
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11223884 O.D.Schärer, and J.Jiricny (2001).
Recent progress in the biology, chemistry and structural biology of DNA glycosylases.
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The structural basis of damaged DNA recognition and endonucleolytic cleavage for very short patch repair endonuclease.
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DNA polymerase beta is the major dRP lyase involved in repair of oxidative base lesions in DNA by mammalian cell extracts.
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Complexities of the DNA base excision repair pathway for repair of oxidative DNA damage.
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PDB codes: 1g5d 1g5e 1giz 1gj0
11514661 W.A.Breyer, and B.W.Matthews (2001).
A structural basis for processivity.
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11557810 X.Cheng, and R.J.Roberts (2001).
AdoMet-dependent methylation, DNA methyltransferases and base flipping.
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Specificity determinants in phosphoinositide dephosphorylation: crystal structure of an archetypal inositol polyphosphate 5-phosphatase.
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PDB codes: 1i9y 1i9z
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Domain specific interaction in the XRCC1-DNA polymerase beta complex.
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Substitution of Asp-210 in HAP1 (APE/Ref-1) eliminates endonuclease activity but stabilises substrate binding.
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Uracil-DNA glycosylase (UNG)-deficient mice reveal a primary role of the enzyme during DNA replication.
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Envisioning the fourth dimension of the genetic code: the structural biology of macromolecular recognition and conformational switching in DNA repair.
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Second human protein with homology to the Escherichia coli abasic endonuclease exonuclease III.
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Functional characterization of Ape1 variants identified in the human population.
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Uracil-DNA glycosylase-DNA substrate and product structures: conformational strain promotes catalytic efficiency by coupled stereoelectronic effects.
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PDB codes: 1emh 1emj
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Repair of endogenous DNA damage.
  Cold Spring Harb Symp Quant Biol, 65, 127-133.  
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