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ATP synthase F1 motor domain

PDB ID: 1E79

ATP synthase is a rotary molecular motor that uses the flow of protons across a membrane to synthesize ATP. This structure includes the F1 portion of the molecule that synthesizes ATP, and the axle that connects it to the F0 domain.

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Discussed Structures from ATP Synthase
ATP synthase F0 motor domain
ATP synthase F0 motor domain
ATP synthase F1 motor domain
ATP synthase F1 motor domain
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Reference

PDB ID: 1E79 , Pubmed

The Structure of the Central Stalk in Bovine F(1)-ATPase at 2.4 A Resolution.

Gibbons, C., Montgomery, M.G., Leslie, A.G.W., Walker, J.E.

Journal: (2000) Nat.Struct.Biol. 7: 1055


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