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Metal-derivatized major histocompatibility complex: zeroing in on contact hypersensitivity.
(2003) J Exp Med 197
PubMed: 12615896 | PubMedCentral: PMC2193824 | DOI: null
The second is the square planar coordination complex surrounding one of the Ni 2+ atoms found in the bacterial urease molecule (PDB - 2UBP and reference 8 ).
Nickel on the other hand, has no known biological role in humans but is used by some microbes; the best known being the two Ni 2+ atoms at the active site of bacterial urease (see the PDB structure 2UBP and see Fig. 2 ).
Publication Year: 2003
Computational modeling of the mechanism of urease.
(2010) Bioinorg Chem Appl
PubMed: 20886006 | PubMedCentral: PMC2945649 | DOI: 10.1155/2010/364891
As starting structure, the native urease crystal structure from Bacillus pasteurii (PDB code 2UBP) was used [ 11 ].
The interatomic distance is slightly shorter (3.48 versus 3.6 Å in 2UBP), and the site also differs in the orientation of the rotated aspartate.
Publication Year: 2010
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