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Physiological responses of Daphnia pulex to acid stress.
(2009) BMC Physiol 9
PubMed: 19383148 | PubMedCentral: PMC2689847 | DOI: 10.1186/1472-6793-9-9
Sequence references, protein data bank (PDB) codes and NCBI accession numbers: Callinectes [ 124 ], Drosophila [ 119 ], Anopheles [ 125 ], HsCA2 (1CA2), HsCA4 (1ZNC), HsCA5A (NP_001730), HsCA6 (P23280... , HsCA10 (AAH29865), HsCA12 (1JCZ), CeCAH2 (Q18932), SpCA8 (XP_795365), SpCAc (XP_782997), SpCA-RP (XP_784796), SpCA-GPI (XP_796525).
Publication Year: 2009
On the evolutionary conservation of hydrogen bonds made by buried polar amino acids: the hidden joists, braces and trusses of protein architecture.
(2010) BMC Evol Biol 10
PubMed: 20513243 | PubMedCentral: PMC2892493 | DOI: 10.1186/1471-2148-10-161
Examples of polar sidechains interacting distantly to form hydrogen bonds with mainchain amide groups in β-hairpins including, A) an aspartate in the ribulose bisphosphate carboxylases [PDB: 1... k8 ], B) a tryptophan in the eukaryotic-type carbonic anhydrases [PDB: 1ca2 ] and C) a serine in the legume lectins [PDB: 2ltn ].
Publication Year: 2010
Crossing borders to bind proteins--a new concept in protein recognition based on the conjugation of small organic molecules or short peptides to polypeptides from a designed set.
(2011) Anal Bioanal Chem 400
PubMed: 21461620 | PubMedCentral: PMC3093540 | DOI: 10.1007/s00216-011-4905-7
PDB ID: 1CA2 The key to the binder concept is the design and function of the polypeptides that form the universal set of sixteen sequences, a number that is very small in comparison to the large libra... ies used in binder development based on immunization or selection (Fig.
Publication Year: 2011
Specific non-local interactions are not necessary for recovering native protein dynamics.
(2014) PLoS One 9
PubMed: 24625758 | PubMedCentral: PMC3953337 | DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0091347
Apo Holo RMSD(Å) Large-scale domainmotion  Side-chainflexibility  Prediction of holoconformation  PDB ID c Chain ID Resolution (Å) PDB ID Chain ID Resolution (Å) 1U... G A 1.53 1USI A 1.80 7.32 o d x o 4AKE A 2.20 1AKE A 2.00 7.19 o o x 1SW5 A 1.80 1SW2 A 2.10 5.29 o x o 1K5H A 2.50 1Q0Q A 1.90 5.28 o x x 1Y3Q A 1.90 1Y3N A 1.60 4.91 o x o 1GUD A 1.71 1RPJ A 1.80 4.72 o x o 1RF5 A 2.30 1RF4 A 2.20 3.92 o x o 1ZA1 A 2.20 1Q95 A 2.46 2.57 o x x 1HOO B 2.30 1CG0 A 2.50 2.51 o x x 1TJD A 2.50 1EEJ B 1.90 2.38 o x x 1JEJ A 2.50 1JG6 A 1.90 2.31 o x o 1CA2 A 2.00 1CIM A 2.10 0.64 x o x 1KPA B 2.00 1KPE B 1.80 0.53 x o x a RMSD were obtained by superimposition of apo structure to holo structure  .
Publication Year: 2014
Hydrophobic substituents of the phenylmethylsulfamide moiety can be used for the development of new selective carbonic anhydrase inhibitors.
(2014) Biomed Res Int 2014
PubMed: 25258712 | PubMedCentral: PMC4167230 | DOI: 10.1155/2014/523210
The atomic coordinates of hCA II (PDB entry 1CA2) [ 42 ] were used as a starting model for crystallographic refinement after deletion of non-protein atoms.
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Published in 2015
Consider, for example, Human Carbonic Anhidrase II (pdb code 1CA2).
Consider a protein residue, e.g., Thr93 of Human Carbonic Anhidrase II (pdb code 1CA2) ( Fig. 1 ).
Images of the environments of Thr93 of Human Carbonic Anhidrase II (pdb code 1CA2).
Publication Year: 2015
77 , 78 In the crystal structure of CAII, (PDB ID: 1CA2 79 ) the zinc ion is tetrahedrally coordinated with the side chains of H94, H96, and H119 and a hydroxide ion.
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