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Evolutionary analysis of novel serine proteases in the venom gland transcriptome of Bitis gabonica rhinoceros.

(2011) PLoS One 6

PubMed: 21731776 | PubMedCentral: PMC3123349 | DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0021532

Good quality models were obtained for each sequence using the structure of rat trypsin (PDB code: 1co9) as a template.

Models were visualised and compared with each other and the structures of bovine α-chymotrpysin (PDB code: 1YPH) and rat trypsin (PDB code: 1CO9) using PyMOL (DeLano Scientific).

Structural models of rhinocerases 2 to 5 were created using the IntFOLD server [17] using the structure of rat trypsin (PDB code: 1co9) as a template.

Detailed view of the main constituents of the S1 specificity pocket in rhinocerase 2 (yellow), rhinocerase 4 (red), chymotrypsin (cyan) and trypsin (pdb code: 1co9; green).

Publication Year: 2011


Sequence and phylogenetic analysis of viper venom serine proteases.

(2012) Bioinformation 8

PubMed: 23055627 | PubMedCentral: PMC3449387 | DOI: 10.6026/97320630008763

Models were obtained for each sequence using the structure of rat trypsin (PDB code: 1co9) as a best matched template.

Models were visualised and compared with each other and the structures of bovine α-chymotrpysin (PDB code: 1YPH) and rat trypsin (PDB code: 1CO9) using PyMOL molecular graphics system, version 1.3 (DeLano Scientific).

Structural models of rhinocerases 2 (BG-RHIN2) and 4 (BG-RHIN4) were created using the IntFOLD server [ 17 ] using the structure of rat trypsin (PDB code: 1co9) as a template.

(C) Detailed view of the main constituents of the S1 specificity pocket in BG-RHIN2 (yellow), BG-RHIN4 (red), chymotrypsin (cyan) and trypsin (pdb code: 1co9; green).

Publication Year: 2012