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Structural basis for the recognition in an idiotype-anti-idiotype antibody complex related to celiac disease.
(2014) PLoS One 9
PubMed: 25076134 | PubMedCentral: PMC4116137 | DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0102839
The PDB codes of the templates for Ab1 MB2.8, used in the simulations, are as follows (sequence identity is indicated in parentheses): 3NCJ for the heavy chain framework (95%) and 1T3F for the light c... ain (98%); 1DFB for L1 (100%), 1DFB for L2 (86%), 2NY4 for L3 (60%); 2H32 for H1 (90%), 2XWT for H2 (94) and no template for H3 (re-modeled de novo using a kinematic loop modeling algorithm developed in a Rosetta protocol).
AIM2 loop length predicted-CS template length CS L1 10 kappa 1 1AY1 10 kappa 1 L2 7 kappa 1 1SEQ 7 kappa 1 L3 9 kappa 1 1AY1 9 kappa 1 H1 5 1 1IQW 5 1 H2 17 2 1IQW 17 2 H3 9 N/A No template N/A N/A MB2.8 loop length predicted-CS template length CS L1 11 kappa 2 1DFB 11 kappa 2 L2 7 kappa 1 1DFB 7 kappa 1 L3 11 kappa O 2NY4 11 kappa 8 H1 5 1 2H32 5 1 H2 17 2 2XWT 17 2 H3 12 N/A No template N/A N/A Molecular docking The obtained models were then used for Ab1/Ab2 protein-protein docking simulations, performed by the ClusPro 2.0 server  .
Publication Year: 2014
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