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SOLUTION STRUCTURE OF A CALMODULIN-TARGET PEPTIDE COMPLEX BY MULTIDIMENSIONAL NMR
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2BBN
  •   Protein Family Annotation: Pfam Classification   Hide
    Chain Pfam Accession Pfam Family Identifier Pfam Description Type Comment
    A PF13833   EF-hand_8 EF-hand domain pair Domain Source: Pfam  
    A PF08726   EFhand_Ca_insen Ca2+ insensitive EF hand Domain EF hands are helix-loop-helix binding motifs involved in the regulation of many cellular processes. EF hands usually bind to Ca2+ ions which causes a major conformational change that allows the protein to interact with its designated targets. This domain corresponds to an EF hand which has partially or entirely lost its calcium-binding properties. The calcium insensitive EF hand is still able to mediate protein-protein recognition [1]. Source: Pfam  
    A PF00036   EF-hand_1 EF hand Domain The EF-hands can be divided into two classes: signaling proteins and buffering/transport proteins. The first group is the largest and includes the most well-known members of the family such as calmodulin, troponin C and S100B. These proteins typically undergo a calcium-dependent conformational change which opens a target binding site. The latter group is represented by calbindin D9k and do not undergo calcium dependent conformational changes. Source: Pfam  
    A PF13499   EF-hand_7 EF-hand domain pair Domain Source: Pfam  
    A PF13833   EF-hand_8 EF-hand domain pair Domain Source: Pfam  
    A PF13833   EF-hand_8 EF-hand domain pair Domain Source: Pfam  
    A PF00036   EF-hand_1 EF hand Domain The EF-hands can be divided into two classes: signaling proteins and buffering/transport proteins. The first group is the largest and includes the most well-known members of the family such as calmodulin, troponin C and S100B. These proteins typically undergo a calcium-dependent conformational change which opens a target binding site. The latter group is represented by calbindin D9k and do not undergo calcium dependent conformational changes. Source: Pfam  
    A PF00036   EF-hand_1 EF hand Domain The EF-hands can be divided into two classes: signaling proteins and buffering/transport proteins. The first group is the largest and includes the most well-known members of the family such as calmodulin, troponin C and S100B. These proteins typically undergo a calcium-dependent conformational change which opens a target binding site. The latter group is represented by calbindin D9k and do not undergo calcium dependent conformational changes. Source: Pfam  
    A PF13499   EF-hand_7 EF-hand domain pair Domain Source: Pfam  
    A PF12763   EF-hand_4 Cytoskeletal-regulatory complex EF hand Family
    A PF00036   EF-hand_1 EF hand Domain The EF-hands can be divided into two classes: signaling proteins and buffering/transport proteins. The first group is the largest and includes the most well-known members of the family such as calmodulin, troponin C and S100B. These proteins typically undergo a calcium-dependent conformational change which opens a target binding site. The latter group is represented by calbindin D9k and do not undergo calcium dependent conformational changes. Source: Pfam  
     
  •   Gene Product Annotation: GO Terms   Hide
    Polymer Molecular Function Biological Process Cellular Component
    CALMODULIN (2BBN:A)
    • none
    • none
    MYOSIN LIGHT CHAIN KINASE (2BBN:B)
    • none
    • none
    • none
     
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