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Peanut lectin

PDB ID: 2PEL

Peanut lectin is a sugar-binding protein from peanuts. To see an example of natural circular permutation, compare this with concanavalin A in PDB entry 3cna.

Read the Molecule of the Month article on Concanavalin A and Circular Permutation.
Discussed Structures from Concanavalin A and Circular Permutation
concanavalin A
concanavalin A
peanut lectin
peanut lectin
circularly-permuted glucanase
circularly-permuted glucanase
circularly-permuted glucanase
circularly-permuted glucanase
circularly-permuted glucanase
circularly-permuted glucanase
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Length: 236
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LAT : BETA-LACTOSE
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LBT
LBT : ALPHA-LACTOSE
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LBT:2pel

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Reference

PDB ID: 2PEL , Pubmed

Conformation, protein-carbohydrate interactions and a novel subunit association in the refined structure of peanut lectin-lactose complex.

Banerjee, R., Das, K., Ravishankar, R., Suguna, K., Surolia, A., Vijayan, M.

Journal: (1996) J.Mol.Biol. 259: 281-296


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