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Complete ensemble of NMR structures of unphosphorylated human phospholamban pentamer
2HYN
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    Classification: Membrane Protein/signaling Protein
    Structure Weight: 30573.05
    Molecule: Cardiac phospholamban
    Polymer: 1 Type: protein Length: 52
    Chains: A, B, C, D, E
    Organism: Homo sapiens
    Gene Names: Gene View for PLN PLB
    UniProtKB: Protein Feature View | Search PDB | P26678  
    Membrane Protein:   Source: inferred by homology
    ALPHA-HELICAL
    P-type ATPase
    Phospholamban homopentamer in phosphorylated state
     

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    Polymer: 1
    Scientific Name: Homo sapiens   Taxonomy   Common Name: Human Expression System: Escherichia coli bl21(de3)  
     
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    Identifier Details
    1ZLL  The same protein with structure determined through traditional NMR protocols 
     
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    Authors:   Potluri, S.,  Yan, A.K.,  Chou, J.J.,  Donald, B.R.,  Bailey-Kellogg, C.

    Deposition:   2006-08-07
    Release:   2006-08-29
    Last Modified (REVDAT):   2009-02-24
     
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    2011-07-13
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    Method:   SOLUTION NMR
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    NMR Ensemble
    Conformers Calculated:     184
    Conformers Submitted:     184
    Selection Criteria: All calculated structures were submitted. Our method guarantees that the ensemble represents all structures that satisfy the data and have good vdW packing within a user-defined similarity level (chosen as 1 A).
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    Method: SOLUTION NMR