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A clue as to the nature of the participation of the hydroxyl group of tyrosine I IS is found in the crystal structure of the enzyme. The side-chain of tyrosine 115, which is located on the a4-helix, is within hydrogen bonding distance of the side-chain hydroxyl group of serine 209 as indicated in Figure 14. This interaction seems to help hold together two of the major structural elements that create the 19-A-deep channel to the active site, the a4-aS helixturn-helix, and the C-terminal tail. This hydrogen bond may constrain the segmental motion of structural elements that constitute the approach to the active site and inhibit egress of products bound at the active site.
Armstrong. R. N. and Gilliland, G. , Biochemistiy 3 / , 10169-10184 ( 1992). 39. Sinning, I.. Kleywegt, G. , Cowan, S. , Reinemer, P.. Dirr. H. , Huber. , Gilliland. G. , Armstrong. R. N.. Ji. , Board, P. G.. , Mannervik, B.. and Jones. T. A.. J. Mol. Bid. 232, 192-212 (1993). 40. Reinemer, P.. Dirr. H. , L o Bello. , Federici, G . and Parker, M. W.. J. Mol. Biol. 227, 214-226 (1992). 41. , Kleywegt, G. , Mannervik. , Board, P. G . and Jones, T. A,. in Stricetitre und Function of Glictuthione Trunsferuses Tew, K .
GLUTATHIONE S-TRANSFERASES 43 I 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 43 Johnson, W. , Ji, X.. Gilliland. G . L. and Armstrong. R. N.. J. Biol. Chem. 268, 11508-11511 (1993). Armstrong, R. N.. Gilliland, G. , Ji, X.. Johnson, W. W. and Liu. f Gliitothione Tronsferuses. Tew. , CRC Press, Boca Raton (1993). , Johnson, W. , Sesay, M. , Prasad, S. M.. Ammon, H. , Armstrong, R. N. and Gilliland, C . , Biochemistry 33, 1043-1052 (1994). , Armstrong, R.