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Structures of protein-protein complexes involved in electron transfer.
(2013) Nature 496
PubMed: 23535590 | PubMedCentral: PMC3672994 | DOI: 10.1038/nature11996
Author Information Atomic coordinates and structure factors for the reported crystal structures have been deposited with the Protein Data Bank under accession codes 3ziy(r3ziysf), 4ax3(r4ax3sf), 2yqb(... 2yqbsf) and 3zbm(r3zbmsf).
Publication Year: 2013
A model of protein association based on their hydrophobic and electric interactions.
(2014) PLoS One 9
PubMed: 25329830 | PubMedCentral: PMC4201486 | DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0110352
This trimer (PDBid: 4AX3), described by Antonyuk et al. is interesting because it shows relatively large H (dark blue arrows) and D (red arrows) components in the direction of its axis (a), whereas th... components of both H and D on the plane defined by the trimer (b) total zero, as in the former case.
Additional examples More examples can be found in Supporting Information: Brucella Immunogenic BP264 PDBid:id HVZ ( Figure S1 ) Haem-c-Cu nitrite reductase PDBid:id 4AX3 ( Figure S2 ) Nucleotide Complex of PyrR PDB id: 1NON ( Figure S3 ) Mammalian glutamate dehydrogenase, PDB id: 1NR7 ( Figure S4 ) Cu-adduct of human Ferritin, PDB id: 4DYX ( Figure S5 ) Biphenil-cleaving extradiol dioxygenase, PDB id: 1HAN ( Figure S6 ) Fungal prion, PDB id: 2RNM ( Figure S7 ) Tubulin-Kinesin Microtubule, PDB id: 3J2U ( Figure S8 ) Discussion In spite of not counting on a quantitative theory for the hydrophobic moment as simple and manageable as that for electric dipoles and thus being less intuitive, some important conclusions can be obtained when applied to the study of large structures.
Publication Year: 2014
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