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Prediction of catalytic residues using Support Vector Machine with selected protein sequence and structural properties.
(2006) BMC Bioinformatics 7
PubMed: 16790052 | PubMedCentral: PMC1534064 | DOI: 10.1186/1471-2105-7-312
The 79 proteins (identified by the PDB code) were: 1a26, 1a4i, 1a4s, 1ab8, 1ae7, 1afw, 1ah7, 1akm, 1aop, 1apx, 1apy, 1aq2, 1aw8, lb3r, lb57, lb93, 1bo1, 1brm, 1bs4, 1btl, 1bzy, 1cd5, 1chd, 1ctt, 1d4a,... 1daa, 1dae, 1db3, 1dbt, 1dco, 1diz, 1dj0, 1dnk, 1dnp, 1dqs, 1dzr, 1e2a, 1ef8, 1eyi, 1fua, 1gim, 1gpm, 1gpr, 1grc, 1hxq, 1iph, 1jdw, 1kas, 1kra, 1lba, 11xa, 1mbb, 1mek, 1mla, 1moq, 1mpy, 1nba, 1nsp, 1pfk, 1pjb, 1pnl, 1pud, 1qfe, 1smn, 1uae, 1ula, 1uok, 1uox, 1wgi, 1xva, 2acy, 2alr, 2bbk, 2cpo, 2hgs, 2jcw, 2pfl, 2plc, 3eca.
Publication Year: 2006
Importance of hydrophobic cavities in allosteric regulation of formylglycinamide synthetase: insight from xenon trapping and statistical coupling analysis.
(2013) PLoS One 8
PubMed: 24223728 | PubMedCentral: PMC3815217 | DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0077781
In order to propose a model for allosteric regulation via Xe1 cavity, a structural superposition performed on various ammonia producing enzymes CPS (PDB code 1C30)  , IGP synthase (PDB ID: 1GPW) [... 0] and PurF (PDB ID: 1GPM)  .
StPurL (PDB file 1T3T) in green color, TmPurQ (PDB file 3D54) in cyan color, IGP synthase (PDB file 1GPW) in salmon color, CPS (PDB file 1C30) in magenta color and GMP synthase (PDB file 1GPM) in yellow color.
Publication Year: 2013
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