Substrate Locking Promotes Dimer-Dimer Docking of an Enzyme Antibiotic Target
Sarah C Atkinson, Con Dogovski, Kathleen Wood, Michael DW Griffin, Michael A Gorman, Lilian Hor, Cyril F Reboul, Ashley M Buckle, Joachim Wuttke, Michael W Parker, Renwick Cj Dobson, Matthew A Perugini
Structure | CELL PRESS | Published : 2018
Awarded by Australian Research Council
Awarded by National Health and Medical Research Council
Awarded by New Zealand Royal Society Marsden Fund
Awarded by US Army Research Office
We acknowledge the support and assistance of the friendly staff at the CSIRO Collaborative Crystallisation Centre; Australian Synchrotron; and La Trobe University-Comprehensive Proteomics Platform. We acknowledge the Australian Research Council for project funding (DP150103313) and Future Fellowships to M.A.P. (FT0991245) and M.D.W.G. (FT140100544); infrastructure support from the Australian Cancer Research Foundation and the Victorian Government Operational Infrastructure Support Scheme to St. Vincent's Institute; the National Health and Medical Research Council for fellowship support for S.C.A. (1072267) and M.W.P. (1021645). Travel to perform experiments at FRM-II was funded by the access to major facilities program, supported by the Commonwealth of Australia under the International Science Linkages program. R.C.J.D. acknowledges the following for funding support, in part: (1) the New Zealand Royal Society Marsden Fund (contract UOC1506); (2) the US Army Research Laboratory and US Army Research Office under contract/grant number W911NF-11-1-0481; and (3) the Biomolecular Interactions Centre (UC).