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Sci. Signal., 25 November 2008
[DOI: 10.1126/scisignal.147pe51]

Dynein-Independent Functions of DYNLL1/LC8: Redox State Sensing and Transcriptional Control (Interactive Structure)

Stephen M. King*

Department of Molecular, Microbial and Structural Biology, University of Connecticut Health Center, 263 Farmington Avenue, Farmington, Connecticut 06030–3305, USA.

*Telephone, 860-679-3347; fax, 860-679-3408; e-mail, king{at}

Interactive Image 1. DYNLL1/LC8 homodimer. This structure is based on PDB entry 1F3C and visualized with JMOL (1). One monomer is yellow and the other purple. This is an interactive version of the molecular structure shown in the bottom panel of Fig. 1. The static image below is the same one that appears in the full text of the Perspective. To rotate the interactive molecule click the image with the mouse and drag in the direction desired.

Tips for using the JMOL applet (1). To move the image, click in the image and hold the mouse button down and move the mouse. To zoom in or out, click in the image and hold down the mouse button with the "Shift" key depressed. In Windows, right-clicking anywhere on the JMOL image, or using either mouse button to click on the "JMOL" in the lower right corner will generate a pop-up menu that provides many options for changing the view. To restore the original view, reload the page in the browser. Please note that you may need to move the JMOL interactive versions of the images to orient them the same as the static images.


  1. Jmol: an open-source Java viewer for chemical structures in 3D (

Citation: S. M. King, Dynein-Independent Functions of DYNLL1/LC8: Redox State Sensing and Transcriptional Control. Sci. Signal. 1, pe51 (2008).

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