Primary Citation PubMed: 24056934
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Discovery of new enzymes and metabolic pathways by using structure and genome context.
(2013) Nature 502
PubMed: 24056934 | PubMedCentral: PMC3966649 | DOI: 10.1038/nature12576
The unliganded structure used in docking (PDB 2PMQ) and the later determined liganded structure (PDB 4H2H) are shown in magenta and cyan, respectively.
The final structure has 98.6% of its residues in favored regions of the Ramachandron plot, and 0.0% in dissallowed regions (4H2H, Supplemental Table S4 ).
The liganded structure (4H2H) superimposes with the APO structure (subunit A vs. subunit A) with an RMSD of 0.25 Å over 366 aligned Cαs with no substantial changes to the structure upon ligand binding.
Data deposition The atomic coordinates and structure factors for APO Hyp-B 2-epimerase (HpbD; PDBID:2PMQ) and tHyp-B-liganded HpbD (PDBID:4H2H) have been deposited in the Protein Data Bank, www.pdb.org .
Publication Year: 2013
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