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Protecting role of cosolvents in protein denaturation by SDS: a structural study.
(2008) BMC Struct Biol 8
PubMed: 18522744 | PubMedCentral: PMC2429906 | DOI: 10.1186/1472-6807-8-29
A comparison of the above structure with the one of lysozyme crystallized in the presence of MPD, without SDS, (PDB code 1DPW, 1.64 Ǻ) [ 6 ] yields RMSD of 0.14 Ǻ for the superposition... of C α atoms.
Publication Year: 2008
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Published in 2015
Table 6 Comparison of crystal quality Investigators MPD additive Maximum resolution () Overall B factor ( 2 ) Mosaicity () This work ( R )-MPD 1.00 13.4 0.26 This work None 1.15 15.5 0.32 This work ( ... )-MPD 1.20 17.2 0.46 This work ( RS )-MPD 1.25 15.1 0.43 Weiss and coworkers † ( RS )-MPD 1.64 19.0 Michaux and coworkers ‡ ( RS )-MPD 1.75 20.2 † PDB entry 1dpw (Weiss et al. , 2000 ▶ ).
An example is the ( R )-MPD molecule found near Phe34 by Weiss and coworkers in the structure of lysozyme (PDB entry 1dpw ) crystallized with ( RS )-MPD (Weiss et al. , 2000 ▶ ).
Publication Year: 2015
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