NMR structure of the substrate binding domain of DnaK bound to the peptide NRLLLTG
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    Classification: Chaperone
    Structure Weight: 15258.45
    Molecule: Chaperone protein dnaK
    Polymer: 1 Type: protein Length: 135
    Chains: A
    Fragment: substrate binding domain
    Organism: Escherichia coli
    Gene Names: dnaK groP grpF seg b0014 JW0013
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    Molecule: peptide NRLLLTG
    Polymer: 2 Type: protein Length: 7
    Chains: B
    Fragment: sequence database residues 864-870

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    Polymer: 1
    Scientific Name: Escherichia coli   Taxonomy   Expression System: Escherichia coli bl21(de3)  
    Polymer: 2
    Scientific Name: Synthetic construct   Taxonomy    
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    1BPR   NMR structure of the substrate binding domain bound intramolecularly to its C-terminal tail 
    1DG4   NMR structure of the apo form of the same construct of the substrate binding domain of DnaK 
    1DKX   crystal structure of the substrate binding domain of DnaK bound to the peptide NRLLLTG 
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    Authors:   Stevens, S.Y.,  Cai, S.,  Pellecchia, M.,  Zuiderweg, E.R.

    Deposition:   2003-08-08
    Release:   2003-11-04
    Last Modified (REVDAT):   2009-02-24
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    Method:   SOLUTION NMR
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    Conformers Calculated:     60
    Conformers Submitted:     15
    Selection Criteria: structures with acceptable covalent geometry,structures with the least restraint violations,structures with the lowest energy
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    Method: SOLUTION NMR