6OGZ

In situ structure of Rotavirus RNA-dependent RNA polymerase at transcript-elongated state


Sequence Display for the Entities in PDB 6OGZ

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The structure 6OGZ has in total 13 chains. These are represented by 4 sequence-unique entities.

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Chain G: Inner capsid protein VP2

Chain Info

Polymer: 4
Length: 887 residues
Chain Type: polypeptide(L)
Reference: UniProtKB (G0YZK0)
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Chain H: Inner capsid protein VP2

Chain Info

Polymer: 4
Length: 887 residues
Chain Type: polypeptide(L)
Reference: UniProtKB (G0YZK0)
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Chain I: Inner capsid protein VP2

Chain Info

Polymer: 4
Length: 887 residues
Chain Type: polypeptide(L)
Reference: UniProtKB (G0YZK0)
Up-to-date UniProt Ids are provided by the SIFTS project

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The PDB to UniProt mapping is based on the data provided by the EBI SIFTS project. See also Velankar et al., Nucleic Acids Research 33, D262-265 (2005).

Protein Modification information provided by BioJava-ModFinder: Identification of protein modifications in 3D structures from the Protein Data Bank

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