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Path to facilitate the prediction of functional amino acid substitutions in red blood cell disorders--a computational approach.
(2011) PLoS One 6
PubMed: 21931771 | PubMedCentral: PMC3172254 | DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0024607
The superimposed structures of the native protein 2VGB with the mutant type protein R163C, of PKLR gene is shown in ( Figure 2B ) and the superimposed structure of native protein 1T5A and mutant type ... odel Q310P of PKM2 gene is shown in ( Figure 2C ).
Superimposed structure of native amino acid Glutamine sphere shape (red color) with mutant amino acid Proline (blue color) at position 310 in PDB ID 1T5A of PKM2 gene with RMSD 2.8 Å.
Similarly in PKM2 gene, mutation occurred at ‘A’ chain of PDB ID [1T5A] at positions C31F with ID rs11558375, G200C with ID rs11558354 and Q310P with ID rs11558370.
Mutant structures of G6PD with PDB ID 2BHL at position A44G, mutant structures of PKLR with PDB ID 2VGB at position R163C and mutant structures of PKM2 with PDB ID 1T5A at position Q310P showed an increases in total energy level (less favorable change) and increase in RMSD value deviation in comparison with native structure.
Publication Year: 2011
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