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Morphogenesis of the T4 tail and tail fibers.
(2010) Virol J 7
PubMed: 21129200 | PubMedCentral: PMC3004832 | DOI: 10.1186/1743-422X-7-355
gp9 31.0 Trimer 18 Wedge, LTF ¶ attachment site 1S2E gp12 55.3 Trimer 18 Baseplate outer rim, STF 1H6W , 1OCY gp48 39.7 ND 6 Baseplate-tail tube junction gp54 35.0 ND 6 Baseplate-tail tube jun... tion gp19 18.5 Polymer 138 Tail tube gp3 19.7 Hexamer 6 Tail tube terminator gp18 71.2 Polymer 138 Tail sheath 3FOA gp15 31.4 Hexamer 6 Tail terminator # STF, short tail fiber.
Publication Year: 2010
Recent advances in the CRANK software suite for experimental phasing.
(2011) Acta Crystallogr D Biol Crystallogr 67
PubMed: 21460451 | PubMedCentral: PMC3069748 | DOI: 10.1107/S0907444910052224
Cho, S. Sato, E. Y. Kim, H Schindelin & D. P. Raleigh, unpublished work), 2o0h (Sun et al. , 2007 ▶ ), 2rkk (Xiao et al. , 2008 ▶ ), 3bpj (L. Nedyalkova, B. Hong, W. Tempel, F.... MacKenzie, C. H. Arrowsmith, A. M. Edwards, J. Weigelt, A. Bochkarev & H. Park, unpublished work), 2fdn (Dauter et al. , 1997 ▶ ), 1of3 (Boraston et al. , 2003 ▶ ), 1i4u (Gordon et al. , 2001 ▶ ), 1dw9 (Walsh et al. , 2000 ▶ ), 1v0o (Holton et al. , 2003 ▶ ), 1fse (Ducros et al. , 2001 ▶ ), 1xib (Carrell et al. , 1989 ▶ ), 1fj2 (Devedjiev et al. , 2000 ▶ ), 1h29 (Matias et al. , 2002 ▶ ), 1c8u (Jia et al. , 2000 ▶ ), 1lvy (Schiltz et al. , 1997 ▶ ), 1lz8 (Dauter et al. , 1999 ▶ ), 1e3m (Lamers et al. , 2000 ▶ ), 1ga1 (Dauter et al. , 2001 ▶ ), 1djl (White et al. , 2000 ▶ ), 1dtx (Skarzynski, 1992 ▶ ), 1dpx (Weiss, 2001 ▶ ), 1mso (Smith et al. , 2003 ▶ ), 1ocy (Thomassen et al. , 2003 ▶ ), 1rju (Calderone, 2004 ▶ ), 1rgg (Sevcik et al. , 1996 ▶ ), 1m32 (Chen et al. , 2002 ▶ ) and a subtilisin data set (Betzel et al. , 1988 ▶ ; Dauter et al. , 2002 ▶ ).
Publication Year: 2011
On simplified global nonlinear function for fitness landscape: a case study of inverse protein folding.
(2014) PLoS One 9
PubMed: 25110986 | PubMedCentral: PMC4128808 | DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0104403
Molecular name Classification Ligand(s) PDBID Chain Fitness value Catalase Oxidoreductase 1 HEM and 3 SO 1gwe A 0.1085 Streptavidin Biotin binding 1 BTN and 2 GOL 2f01 A 0.1407 Acutohaemonlysin Toxin ... IPA 1mc2 A 0.1728 Endonuclease I Hydrolase 1 Mg and 2 Cl 2pu3 A 0.1900 cytochrome c, putative Electron transport 2 SO , 1 Na and 2 HEM 2czs A 0.2664 Cytochrome F Electron transport 1 HEME C 1e2w A 0.6023 Bowman-Birk type trypsin inhibitor Hydrolase inhibitor None 2fj8 A 0.8463 Uncharacterized protein with erredoxin-like fold Structural genomics Unknown function 1 Unkown ligand 3e8o A 1.1592 General secretion pathway protein G Protein transport 1 Zn 1t92 A 1.3175 ARF GTPase-activating protein git1 Signaling protein None 2w6a A 1.6581 Cystatin B Protein binding None 2oct A 1.8043 SNAP-25A Transport protein None 1n7s D 1.9074 Lin2189 protein Structural genomics Unknown function 2 GOL 3b49 A 2.0142 Fibritin Chaperone None 2ibl A 2.1211 Oxalate oxidase 1 Oxidoreductase 1 Mn, 1 GLV 2et1 A 2.9975 Alpha-2-macroglobulin receptor-associated protein Lipid transport endocytosis chaperone 2 Ca, 1 Na and 3 MPD 2fcw B 3.5660 Recombination endonuclease VII Plasma protein 1 Zn and 7 SO 1e7l A 3.7397 Hypothetical protein Isomerase 1 BEZ 1gyx A 4.2697 YDCE Syntaxin 1a Transport protein None 1n7s B 5.0204 Bacteriophage t4 short tail fibre Structural protein 1 CIT, 2 SO and 1 Zn 1ocy A 8.0264 The number of ligands bound to the protein are listed.
Publication Year: 2014
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