Selecting for altered substrate specificity reveals the evolutionary flexibility of ATP-binding cassette transporters, Srikant S et al

Published: 27-03-2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/rp3hnvh494.1
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Sriram Srikant

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This is the accompanying data for the Current Biology article titled "Selecting for altered substrate specificity reveals the evolutionary flexibility of ATP-binding cassette transporters" authored by Sriram Srikant, Rachelle Gaudet and Andrew W Murray (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2020.02.077). The sequence alignment and homology models presented here support the inferences made in our manuscript. The autocrine data presented here is the raw data supporting our figures. Data index: MendeleySourceDataFile1.fasta | Alignment of fungal pheromone ABC exporters focused on Y. lipolytica Ste6. MendeleySourceDataFile2.pdb | Homology model of YlSte6 made based on inward-open LTC4-bound BtMRP1 (PDB:5UJA). MendeleySourceDataFile3.pdb | Homology model of YlSte6 made based on outward-open ATP-bound BtMRP1 (PDB:6BHU). MendeleySourceDataFile4.xlsx | Autocrine data of ScSte6, YlSte6, selected clones and mutational combinations of YlSte6 used to test additive model (Figure 6). MendeleySourceDataFile5.csv | Autocrine data of all selected clones tested by flow cytometry (Figure S2 and S3).

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