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Figure 6 | BMC Structural Biology

Figure 6

From: Characterization of the SAM domain of the PKD-related protein ANKS6 and its interaction with ANKS3

Figure 6

Structure of the ANKS3-SAM/ANKS6-SAM heterodimer. A) The ANKS3-SAM EH-surface binds the ANKS6-SAM ML-surface. Helices of the individual SAM domains are numbered 1–5. Side chains of residues which form the ML- and EH-surface are shown and colored red and blue, respectively. Each surface is also colored by surface electrostatics calculated using APBS and contoured at ±1 kT/e, revealing the charge complementarity of the binding interface. B) SEC-MALS analysis of a 1:1 molar ratio mix of ANKS3-SAM I36E + ANKS6-SAM wt produces a single monodisperse peak with a calculated molecular weight of 16.8 kDa, which corresponds to a homogenous population of heterodimer. C) Alignment of an ANKS3-SAM homodimer (grey) with the ANKS3-SAM/ANKS6-SAM heterodimer (blue-green), formed by aligning the backbone atoms of the common ANKS3-SAMs. I36 in ANKS3-SAM is changed to A34 in ANKS6-SAM, which allows ANKS6-SAM to tilt closer to ANKS3-SAM and form more interactions.

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