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Similarly, two “open” H-Ras-Y32F mutants are not shown (3k9l, 3k9n). (b) Superimposition of the GDP states, also except M-Ras, and except the K-Ras mutants with bound inhibitors (4luc. . and 4m1o.. series) (24 PDB files, 31 chains). H-Ras in the GTP-form (5p21) is shown in black for comparison. The hydrogen bonds from the γ-phosphate oxygens to Thr35 and Gly60 are highlighted by dashed lines. The arrows point to Thr35 of H-Ras (upper arrow) and glycine 60 of H-Ras (lower arrow). , the stretch between residues 32 and 37 slightly deviates in direction of a neighboring molecule), corroborating that the T35S mutant is more predisposed towards the open state than wild type (Shima et al.
The effect of the mutation G60A in H-Ras is less drastic: about one-third of H-Ras-G60A-GppNHp is still in the “closed” form (Spoerner et al. 2010). All crystal structures of members of the RGK family (lacking the T35 and G60) show either completely diordered switch regions or some arbitrary open conformation [Rem-GDP (3cbq, unpublished), Rem-GDP (4aii, (Reymond et al. 2012)]. In some cases the switch regions are only partially visible (Gem-GDP (2cjw, (Splingard et al. 2007), 2ht6, (Opatowsky et al.
NMR studies of H-Ras-GppNHp (Araki et al. 2011) indicate that the switch regions in state 1 move rapidly on a picosecond to nanosecond timescale, and that the mobility is drastically reduced (but still present) in the closed state (state 2). Of the 65 Ras-superfamily structures with bound GTP in the PDB database, three quarters are in complex with effector molecules or toxins, and three structures involve hydrolysis-impaired mutants [Arf1 Q71L (1o3y), Rab5a A30P (1n6l), Rab7 Q67L (1t91)]. The remaining nine structures are mostly of naturally slow GTPases like the RhoE/Rnd3 constitutively active core domain that has two serines in place of Q61 and A59 of Ras, the extremely slow GTPase Rab6a, and the slow GTPase RheB that has an extension in the switch II region that places the catalytic glutamine away from the γ-phosphate (see also Sect.