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A pangenomic analysis of the Nannochloropsis organellar genomes reveals novel genetic variations in key metabolic genes.
(2014) BMC Genomics 15
PubMed: 24646409 | PubMedCentral: PMC3999925 | DOI: 10.1186/1471-2164-15-212
A subset of structural hits were used as templates for comparative modeling (PDB codes: 3V6I, 1B9U, 1L2P, 2KHK, 2CLY, 2K88, 2KK7, 3VOU).
Publication Year: 2014
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Published in 2014
Left to right: (1) the membrane subunit of methionine-importing transporter heterocomplex MetI (PDB: 3tui) together with its periplasmic binding protein MetQ (Swissmodel: P28635); (2) the large and sm... ll subunits of acetolactate synthase IlvB (Swissmodel: P08142) and IlvN (PDB: 2lvw); (3) panthotenate synthase PanC (PDB: 1iho) together with ketopantoate hydroxymethyltransferase PanB (PDB: 1m3v); (4) subunits a and b of ATP synthase (model for a subunit a predict with EVfold-membrane, PDB: 1b9u for b subunit), for detailed information see Figure 6 ; and (5) the complex of UmuC (model created with EVfold) with one possible conformation of UmuD (PDB: 1i4v) involved in DNA repair and SOS mutagenesis.
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