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Publication : Journal of molecular biology

Solution structure of a non-palindromic 16 base-pair DNA related to the HIV-1 kappa B site: evidence for BI-BII equilibrium inducing a global dynamic curvature of the duplex

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Published in Journal of molecular biology - 29 May 1998

Tisné C, Hantz E, Hartmann B, Delepierre M

Link to Pubmed [PMID] – 9636705

J. Mol. Biol. 1998 May;279(1):127-42

1H and 31P NMR spectroscopy have been used together with molecular modelling to determine the fine structure of a non-palindromic 16 bp DNA containing the NF-kappa B binding site. Much emphasis has been placed upon NMR optimization of both two-dimensional 31P NMR techniques to extract structural information defining the phosphodiester backbone conformation and selective homonuclear 2D COSY experiments to determine sugar conformations. NMR data show evidence for a dynamic behaviour of steps flanking the ten base-pairs of the NF-kappa B binding site. A BI-BII equilibrium at these steps is demonstrated and two models for each extreme conformation are proposed in agreement with NMR data. In the refined BII structures, the NF-kappa B binding site exhibits an intrinsic curvature towards the major groove that is magnified by the four flanking steps in the BII conformation. Furthermore, the base-pairs are translated into the major groove. Thus, we present a novel mode of dynamic intrinsic curvature compatible with the DNA curvature observed in the X-ray structure of the p50-DNA complex.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9636705