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Analysis on conservation of disulphide bonds and their structural features in homologous protein domain families.
(2008) BMC Struct Biol 8
PubMed: 19111067 | PubMedCentral: PMC2628669 | DOI: 10.1186/1472-6807-8-55
SCOP Family PDB code of Proteins Cysteine positions of the SS bond Sequence Similarity % Reason for non-conservation Comment Ref with SS without SS Rubisco, large subunit (c.1.14.1) 3rub 8ruc 172... 13;192 94.7 Crystallographic artifact Not clear if functionally significant or formed during crystallization period [ 83 ] Purple acid phosphatase (d.159.1.1) 1ute 1qhw 163–221 84.7 Crystallographic artifact No indication crosslink in electron density map [ 84 ] VHS domain (a.118.9.2) 1ujk 1juq 33–76 72.7 Crystallographic artifact Not favorable to accommodate cross link - DnaQ-like 3'-5' exonuclase (c.55.3.5) 1noy 1ih7 41–55 63.9 Crystallographic artifact Not favorable to accommodate cross link - Transferrin (c.94.1.2) - 1gv8 2tmp - - Fragments of domains 1gv8 – fragment of N-terminal domain of the intact protein, ovotransferrin 2tmp – only 1–122 residues of N-terminal domain of TIMP [ 85 ] Annexin (a.65.1.1) - 1scf - - Fragments of domains Partial structure - G proteins (c.37.1.8) - 1ryh 1mh1 1dsb - - Fragments of domains Partial structure - Glutathione S-transferase, N-terminal domain (c.47.1.5) 1k0m 1rk4 24–59 98.6 Structural transition A typical glutathione S-transferase but with a glutaredoxin-like active site.
Publication Year: 2008
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