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Evolutionary patterns at the RNase based gametophytic self - incompatibility system in two divergent Rosaceae groups (Maloideae and Prunus).
(2010) BMC Evol Biol 10
PubMed: 20584298 | PubMedCentral: PMC2909234 | DOI: 10.1186/1471-2148-10-200
The Pyrus pyrifolia (Rosaceae; 1IQQ) structure is shown when using the Maloideae (Rosaceae) (A1, and A2) and Prunus (Rosaceae) (B1, and B2) datasets, while the Nicotiana alata (Solanaceae; 1IOO) struc... ure is shown when using the Solanaceae dataset (C1, and C2).
Protein surface estimates The Surface Racer program [ 54 ] was used to calculate the Accessible Surface Area (ASA) and the Molecular Surface Area (MolSurf) for the Solanaceae (1IOO; Nicotiana alata ) and Rosaceae (1IQQ; Pyrus pyrifolia ) S-RNase structures available on the PDB database http://www.rcsb.org [ 55 ].
The Pyrus pyrifolia (Rosaceae; 1IQQ) structure is shown when using the Maloideae (Rosaceae) (A) and Prunus (Rosaceae) (B) datasets, while the Nicotiana alata (Solanaceae; 1IOO) structure is shown when using the Solanaceae dataset (C).
Locating positively selected amino acid sites on the S-RNase structure In order to determine the location of positively selected amino acid sites on the S-RNase 3 D structure, the available structures on PDB http://www.rcsb.org [ 55 ] were used, namely 1IOO ( Nicotiana alata ; Solanaceae), and 1IQQ ( Pyrus pyrifolia ; Rosaceae).
Publication Year: 2010
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