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 2OFR 1 X Nitrophorin-4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
8 1SY1 1 A Nitrophorin 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
9 2AT0 1 X Nitrophorin 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
10 1SY3 1 A Nitrophorin 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
11 2AT3 1 X Nitrophorin 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
12 3C78 1 X Nitrophorin-4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
13 1SXX 1 A Nitrophorin 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
14 1SY2 1 A Nitrophorin 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
15 2AT8 1 X Nitrophorin 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
16 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
17 1SXW 1 A Nitrophorin 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
18 3C76 1 X Nitrophorin-4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
19 1X8N 1 A Nitrophorin 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
20 3C77 1 X Nitrophorin-4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
21 1YWD 1 A nitrophorin 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
22 1SXY 1 A Nitrophorin 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
23 1PM1 1 X Nitrophorin 2 13249
24 2OFM 1 X Nitrophorin-4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
25 1D2U 1 A NITROPHORIN 4 RESIDUES 22-205 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
26 1SY0 1 A Nitrophorin 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
27 4GRJ 1 A, B Nitrophorin-4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
28 4GNW 1 A, B Nitrophorin-4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
29 2AT5 1 X Nitrophorin 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
30 2AT6 1 X Nitrophorin 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
31 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
32 1ML7 1 A nitrophorin 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
33 2EU7 1 X Nitrophorin 2 residues 25-202 13249
34 2HYS 1 A Nitrophorin-2 13249
35 4HPD 1 A Nitrophorin-4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
36 3TGA 1 A Nitrophorin-4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
37 4XMH 1 A Nitrophorin-7 UNP residues 21-205 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
38 4XME 1 A Nitrophorin-7 UNP RESIDUES 22-205 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
39 3TGB 1 A Nitrophorin-4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
40 3MVF 1 A Nitrophorin-4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
41 4HPC 1 A Nitrophorin-4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
42 1SXU 1 A Nitrophorin 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
43 3TGC 1 A Nitrophorin-4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
44 1U0X 1 A Nitrophorin 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
45 1ERX 1 A NITROPHORIN 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
46 2GTF 1 X Nitrophorin-2 13249
47 4XMC 1 A Nitrophorin-7 UNP residues 22-205 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
48 2ALL 1 X Nitrophorin 2 13249
49 5HWZ 1 A Nitrophorin-4 D30N mutant 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
50 2A3F 1 X Nitrophorin 2 13249
51 4HPA 1 A Nitrophorin-4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
52 2ACP 1 X Nitrophorin 2 13249
53 1D3S 1 A NITROPHORIN 4 RESIDUES 22-205 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
54 3FLL 1 A Nitrophorin-4 UNP residues 22-205 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
55 1T68 1 X Nitrophorin 2 13249
56 4XMD 1 A Nitrophorin-7 UNP residues 22-205 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
57 1IKE 1 A Nitrophorin 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
58 4HPB 1 A Nitrophorin-4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
59 1PEE 1 A Nitrophorin 2 13249
60 4XMF 1 A Nitrophorin-7 UNP residues 22-205 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
61 5M6K 1 A Nitrophorin-7 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
62 1NP4 1 A PROTEIN (NITROPHORIN 4) 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
63 2AL0 1 X Nitrophorin 2 13249
64 2ASN 1 X Nitrophorin 2 residues 25-202 13249
65 1EQD 1 A NITROPHORIN 4 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
66 5M6J 1 A Nitrophorin-7 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
67 2AH7 1 X Nitrophorin 2 13249
68 1U17 1 A, B Nitrophorin 1 13249
69 2AMM 1 X Nitrophorin 2 13249
70 4XMG 1 A Nitrophorin-7 UNP residues 22-105 13249 1.7.6.1 | Details
71 1U18 1 A, B Nitrophorin 1 13249
72 1NP1 1 A, B NITROPHORIN 1 13249
73 1EUO 1 A NITROPHORIN 2 13249
74 2NP1 1 A, B NITROPHORIN 1 13249
75 4NP1 1 A, B NITROPHORIN 1 13249
76 3NP1 1 A, B NITROPHORIN 1 13249