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A combined approach to data mining of textual and structured data to identify cancer-related targets.
(2006) BMC Bioinformatics 7
PubMed: 16857057 | PubMedCentral: PMC1555615 | DOI: 10.1186/1471-2105-7-354
In our case, when these targets were checked for 3D-structure availability in the PDB, it was found that both PAP and ALP have already been crystallized (PDB codes 1ND5 and 1EW2, respectively) whereas... the structures of human PSA (in contrast to that of the horse homologue) and SULF1 have not yet been solved.
Publication Year: 2006
Prediction of cystine connectivity using SVM.
(2005) Bioinformation 1
PubMed: 17597857 | PubMedCentral: PMC1891633 | DOI: null
Disulphide bonding patterns in proteins The human alkaline phosphatase (PDB ID: 1EW2) have 5 cysteines with 2 disulphide bonds formed between 2 nd 3 rd and 4 th -5 th cysteines in the order ... f the sequence.
Publication Year: 2005
Distinct metal ion requirements for the phosphomonoesterase and phosphodiesterase activities of calf intestinal alkaline phosphatase.
(2011) Open Biochem J 5
PubMed: 22262982 | PubMedCentral: PMC3258565 | DOI: 10.2174/1874091X01105010067
The pdb accession numbers are ALK1 (E. coli alkaline phosphatase) and 1EW2 (human placental alkaline phosphatase).
Publication Year: 2011
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Published in 2015
(A) PPK4 (PDB ID: 3G3Q); (B) PPK1 (PDB ID: 1XDP); (C) PPX/GPPA (PDB ID: 1T6C); (D) Hs PLAP (PDB ID: 1EW2).
PPK4 (PDB ID: 3G3Q); PPK1 (PDB ID:1XDO);PPX/GPPA (PDB ID: 1T6C); Hs PLAP (PDB ID: 1EW2).
Publication Year: 2015
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