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Crystal Structure of FAAH in complex with inhibitor
4HBP
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  •   Molecular Description Hide
    Classification: Hydrolase/hydrolase Inhibitor
    Structure Weight: 121785.88
    Molecule: Fatty-acid amide hydrolase 1
    Polymer: 1 Type: protein Length: 550
    Chains: A, B
    EC#: 3.5.1.99   
    Organism: Rattus norvegicus
    Gene Names: Faah Faah1
    UniProtKB: Protein Feature View | Search PDB | P97612  
    Membrane Protein:   Source: inferred by homology
    MONOTOPIC MEMBRANE PROTEINS
    Hydrolases
    Fatty acid amide hydrolase
     
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  •   Source Hide
    Polymer: 1
    Scientific Name: Rattus norvegicus   Taxonomy   Common Name: Brown rat,rat,rats Expression System: Escherichia coli  
     
  •   Ligand Chemical Component Hide
    Identifier Formula Name View Interactions
    17J
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    17J C18 H18 N6 O S
    4-(3-phenyl-1,2,4-thiadiazol-5-yl)-N-(pyridin- 3-yl)piperazine-1-carboxamide
    17J:4HBP
     
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  Biological Assembly       
Biological assembly 1 assigned by authors and generated by PISA (software)
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  •   Deposition Summary Hide
    Authors:   Behnke, C.,  Skene, R.J.

    Deposition:   2012-09-28
    Release:   2013-02-06
     
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  •   Experimental Details Hide
    Method:   X-RAY DIFFRACTION
    Exp. Data:
      Structure Factors
    EDS  
    Resolution[Å]:   2.91
    R-Value: 0.226 (obs.)
    R-Free: 0.273
    Space Group: P 32 2 1
    Unit Cell:
      Length [Å] Angles [°]
    a = 103.92 α = 90.00 
    b = 103.92 β = 90.00 
    c = 251.96 γ = 120.00