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Improved prediction of critical residues for protein function based on network and phylogenetic analyses.

(2005) BMC Bioinformatics 6

PubMed: 16124876 | PubMedCentral: PMC1208857 | DOI: 10.1186/1471-2105-6-213

The 128 PDB names used in this set are: 1a3c, 1a6q, 1a7j, 1aac, 1ac5, 1ah7, 1ak1, 1ako, 1amj, 1an8, 1apq, 1arv, 1atg, 1auz, 1ayl, 1ayx, 1az9, 1b64, 1bag, 1bdb, 1bea, 1bfd, 1bia, 1bif, 1bix, 1bk0, 1bli... 1bn5, 1bor, 1boy, 1bp1, 1bqk, 1brt, 1btl, 1c25, 1ca1, 1cby, 1cex, 1cfb, 1chc, 1chd, 1csh, 1ctn, 1ctt, 1cvl, 1dmr, 1drw, 1dxy, 1ecl, 1eh2, 1emn, 1esl, 1eut, 1far, 1fnc, 1gca, 1htn, 1hyt, 1iba, 1ido, 1iow, 1iyu, 1kcw, 1kpf, 1lam, 1lay, 1lbu, 1lgr, 1lml, 1lox, 1mfs, 1mla, 1mrp, 1mup, 1nif, 1opc, 1pda, 1pdc, 1pfo, 1phd, 1phm, 1pii, 1pkp, 1poa, 1poc, 1rfs, 1rie, 1rkd, 1rlw, 1skf, 1snc, 1sra, 1thx, 1uch, 1uox, 1ush, 1whi, 1wod, 1xbd, 1xpa, 1ytw, 2abk, 2adr, 2af8, 2cba, 2cmd, 2dkb, 2dri, 2fha, 2fua, 2liv, 2mcm, 2mnr, 2rn2, 2sas, 2vil, 3dfr, 3dni, 3ebx, 3gcb, 3pte, 3ssi, 3tgl, 4enl, 4icb, 4pah, 5eat and 7rsa.

Publication Year: 2005


Efficient identification of critical residues based only on protein structure by network analysis.

(2007) PLoS One 2

PubMed: 17502913 | PubMedCentral: PMC1855080 | DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0000421

The 128 PDB names used in this set are: 1a3c, 1a6q, 1a7j, 1aac, 1ac5, 1ah7, 1ak1, 1ako, 1amj, 1an8, 1apq, 1arv, 1atg, 1auz, 1ayl, 1ayx, 1az9, 1b64, 1bag, 1bdb, 1bea, 1bfd, 1bia, 1bif, 1bix, 1bk0, 1bli... 1bn5, 1bor, 1boy, 1bp1, 1bqk, 1brt, 1btl, 1c25, 1ca1, 1cby, 1cex, 1cfb, 1chc, 1chd, 1csh, 1ctn, 1ctt, 1cvl, 1dmr, 1drw, 1dxy, 1ecl, 1eh2, 1emn, 1esl, 1eut, 1far, 1fnc, 1gca, 1htn, 1hyt, 1iba, 1ido, 1iow, 1iyu, 1kcw, 1kpf, 1lam, 1lay, 1lbu, 1lgr, 1lml, 1lox, 1mfs, 1mla, 1mrp, 1mup, 1nif, 1opc, 1pda, 1pdc, 1pfo, 1phd, 1phm, 1pii, 1pkp, 1poa, 1poc, 1rfs, 1rie, 1rkd, 1rlw, 1skf, 1snc, 1sra, 1thx, 1uch, 1uox, 1ush, 1whi, 1wod, 1xbd, 1xpa, 1ytw, 2abk, 2adr, 2af8, 2cba, 2cmd, 2dkb, 2dri, 2fha, 2fua, 2liv, 2mcm, 2mnr, 2rn2, 2sas, 2vil, 3dfr, 3dni, 3ebx, 3gcb, 3pte, 3ssi, 3tgl, 4enl, 4icb, 4pah, 5eat and 7rsa.

Publication Year: 2007


Crystal structure of the ferritin from the hyperthermophilic archaeal anaerobe Pyrococcus furiosus.

(2007) J Biol Inorg Chem 12

PubMed: 17541801 | PubMedCentral: PMC1915633 | DOI: 10.1007/s00775-007-0212-3

Table 3 Proteins with known 3D structure most closely homologous to PfFtn PDB ID Protein name Source organism Chain length Identity (%) Identity SS-aligned (%) Q score a RMSD (Å) 1vlg ... erritin (TM1128) Thermotoga maritima 176 55 55.3 0.92 0.49 1s3q Ferritin Archaeoglobus fulgidus 173 50 48.2 0.94 0.53 1krq Ferritin Campylobacter jejuni 167 39 39.2 0.81 1.02 1eum Ferritin ECFTNA Escherichia coli 165 38 38.4 0.86 0.90 1r03 Mitochondrial ferritin Homo sapiens 182 40 30.6 0.68 1.55 2fha H ferritin K86Q mutant Homo sapiens 183 37 29.4 0.62 1.98 1mfr M ferritin Rana catesbeiana 176 36 29.6 0.68 1.67 1rcg L ferritin Rana catesbeiana 173 32 25.0 0.61 2.03 PDB Protein Data Bank, SS secondary structure, RMSD root mean square deviation a Parameter that takes the alignment length and the RMSD between the superimposed atoms into account, and varies from 0 in the case of poor matches to 1 in the case of identical proteins Structure of the PfFtn 24-mer and comparison with AfFtn A highly conserved quaternary structure appears among all known ferritins—a spherical tetraeicosameric assembly with 432 point-group symmetry.

Publication Year: 2007


The amyloid precursor protein (APP) does not have a ferroxidase site in its E2 domain.

(2013) PLoS One 8

PubMed: 23977245 | PubMedCentral: PMC3747053 | DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0072177

(A) Quaternary structure of 24-meric ferritin (HuHF, PDB code 2FHA) showing the position of the diiron binding site where the ferroxidase reaction occurs.

Publication Year: 2013