Sequence Similarity Clusters for the Entities in PDB 1EQD

Entity #1 | Chains: A
NITROPHORIN 4 protein, length: 184 (BLAST)
Sequence Similarity Cutoff Rank Chains in Cluster Cluster ID / Name Structural variation in cluster
100 % 29 29 1536
95 % 48 48 1073 Flexibility: Low
Max RMSD: 1.3, Avg RMSD: 0.6
PDBFlex
90 % 48 54 866
70 % 48 54 900
50 % 48 54 947
40 % 65 76 695
30 % 65 79 569

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Rank PDB ID Entity ID Chains Description Details Taxonomy EC Number
1 1X8Q 1 A Nitrophorin 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
2 1X8P 1 A Nitrophorin 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
3 1YWA 1 A nitrophorin 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
4 1YWB 1 A nitrophorin 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
5 1X8O 1 A Nitrophorin 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
6 1YWC 1 A nitrophorin 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
7 3C78 1 X Nitrophorin-4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
8 2AT8 1 X Nitrophorin 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
9 1KOI 1 A NITROPHORIN 4 NITRIC OXIDE OCCUPIES THE SIXTH COORDINATION POSITION OF THE IRON. THE HEME IS DISORDERED BY A ROTATION OF 180 DEGREES AROUND THE CHA-FE-CHC AXIS. THE ONLY EVIDENCE OF THIS DISORDER IS THE APPEARANCE OF METHYL GROUPS CMB AND CMC AS VINYLS. THESE EXTRA ATOMS ARE CALLED CBBB AND CBCB. 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
10 1X8N 1 A Nitrophorin 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
11 3C77 1 X Nitrophorin-4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
12 1YWD 1 A nitrophorin 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
13 2OFM 1 X Nitrophorin-4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
14 1D2U 1 A NITROPHORIN 4 RESIDUES 22-205 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
15 2AT5 1 X Nitrophorin 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
16 2AT6 1 X Nitrophorin 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
17 1IKJ 1 A NITROPHORIN 4 IMIDAZOLE OCCUPIES THE FE SIXTH COORDINATION POSITION THE HEME IS DISORDERED BY A ROTATION OF 180 DEGREES AROUND THE CHA-FE-CHC AXIS. THE ONLY EVIDENCE OF THIS DISORDER IS THE APPEARANCE OF METHYL GROUPS CMB AND CMC AS VINYLS. THESE EXTRA ATOMS ARE CALLED CBBB AND CBCB. THE LOOP CONTAINING RESIDUES 125-130 IS DISORDERED. IT HAS BEEN BUILT IN TWO POSITIONS, BUT THIS MODEL DOES NOT COMPLETELY EXPLAIN THE ELECTRON DENSITY. 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
18 1ML7 1 A nitrophorin 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
19 4HPD 1 A Nitrophorin-4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
20 3MVF 1 A Nitrophorin-4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
21 4HPC 1 A Nitrophorin-4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
22 1U0X 1 A Nitrophorin 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
23 1ERX 1 A NITROPHORIN 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
24 4HPA 1 A Nitrophorin-4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
25 1D3S 1 A NITROPHORIN 4 RESIDUES 22-205 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
26 1IKE 1 A Nitrophorin 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
27 4HPB 1 A Nitrophorin-4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
28 1NP4 1 A PROTEIN (NITROPHORIN 4) 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
29 1EQD 1 A NITROPHORIN 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details