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5) in a large (-1440 A3) convoluted pocket. The thiazolidinedione ring binds in a polar site, making hydrogen bonds with groups in the side chains of His-449, Tyr-473, His-323, and Ser-289. Each of these amino acids forms part of a different helical component of the protein. Agonist binding results in the stabilization of a conformation in which the terminal carboxylate group of the AF-2 helix at the Cterminus of the PPARy LBD is positioned to form hydrogen bonds with elements of the RXR protein in the heterodimer.
PIPARa, -6, and - y are structurally quite simila r, and the agonist-binding conformations of th e LBD are nearly identical. The P P A R y sele,ctivity of the thiazolidinediones manifests SUlbtle differences (206, 207). The binding PCcket of PPARS is narrower in the region of AlF-2 and unable to accommodate the thiazoliclinedione ring or large substituents a to the carbonyl in carboxylic acid head groups. In PI'ARa, substitution of a larger tyrosine for the histamine (His-323)in P P A R y involved in h~rdrogen bonding to the thiazolidinedione Prevents binding.
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