By Gerald Litwack
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J. (1994). Two distinct class A helix-loop-helix transcription factors, E2A and BETA1, form separate DNA binding complexes on the insulin gene E box. J. Biol. Chem. 269, 25936–25941. Pugliese, A. (1998). Insulin expression in the thymus, tolerance, and type 1 diabetes. Diabetes Metab. Rev. 14, 325–327. , Zalcberg, L. , Bartlett, R. , Eisenbarth, G. , Bennett, S. , and Patel, D. D. (1997). The insulin gene is transcribed in the human thymus and transcription levels correlated with allelic variation at the INS VNTR-IDDM2 susceptibility locus for type 1 diabetes.
2001). The Tyr249 in TbRI crystal structure is involved in hydrophobic interaction with Phe262 and Leu362, and is further stabilized by a hydrogen bond with the carbonyl backbone of Leu260. Similar interaction is observed in the ActRIA–FKPB12 structure, where Tyr252 forms hydrophobic interaction with Phe265 and Leu355 and a hydrogen bond with the carbonyl backbone of Leu263. IV. Conclusion Structural studies of kinase domains of type I/II receptors have been performed. , 1998). The crystal structure of human ActRIIB–adenine complex reveals the unphosphorylated activation loop to adopt a conformation similar to that of the fully active form, in spite of the missing Lys217-Glu230 salt bridge.
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Activins and Inhibins by Gerald Litwack