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ResBoost: characterizing and predicting catalytic residues in enzymes.

(2009) BMC Bioinformatics 10

PubMed: 19558703 | PubMedCentral: PMC2713229 | DOI: 10.1186/1471-2105-10-197

In summary, the PDB ID's for the proteins (and their included chain) are: 1qdl-A , 1b8g-B , 1fps , 1mfp-A , 1arz-A , 1d3g-A , 1qb4-A , 1kas , 1a7u-A , 1dii-A , 1grc-A , 1uag , 1zio , 1ay4-A , 1bou-B ,... 1b73-A , 1q91-A , 1daa-A , 1cd5-A , 1aq0-A , 1fdy-A , 1ecx-A , 1qba , 1kc7-A , 1pja-A , 1hdh-A , 1geq-B , 1exp , 1aql-A , 1b66-A , 1qum-A , 1d7r-A , 1qd6-C , 1cz1-A , 5enl , 1ah7 , 1pmi , 1og1-A , 1tph-1 , 1ey2-A , 1ahj-A , 1pnl-B , 1ir3-A , 1oe8-B , 1d0s-A , 1gim , 1std , 1a0i , 1aop , 1qcn-B , 1get-B , 1uqt-A , 1m6k-A , 1trk-A , 1sme-A , 2ts1 , 1ps9-A , 1ecl , 1ef0-A , 1aj0 , 2dhn , 1akd , 7odc-A , 135l , 1fcb-A , 1cbg , 1f8m-A , 1aj8-A , 1cel-A , 1l8t-A , 1jms-A , 1mrq-A , 1qh9-A , 1mlv-B , 1mhl-D , 1f75-A , 1d6o-A , 1b57-A , 1chd , 1bwz-A , 1nln-A , 1nba-A , 1cmx-A , 1xik-B , 1lnh , 1opm-A , 1lxa , 1a50-B , 1yve-L , 1d2r-A , 1bt1-A , 1ab8-A , 1dbt-A , 1amo-A , 1p4r-A , 1eyp-A , 1do8-A , 1oyg-A , 1rbn , and 1qmh-B .

Publication Year: 2009


Binding of copper and silver to single-site variants of peptidylglycine monooxygenase reveals the structure and chemistry of the individual metal centers.

(2014) Biochemistry 53

PubMed: 24471980 | PubMedCentral: PMC3985755 | DOI: 10.1021/bi4015264

O–O bond cleavage coupled to radical rebound generates a hydroxylated product and a high-valent species [Cu(III)–oxo or Cu(II)–O •– ] that is reduced to the res... ing enzyme by a second electron transfer from H to M. Figure 1 Structure of the PHM active site taken from Protein Data Bank entry 1OPM.

Publication Year: 2014