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Crystal Structure of Human Nucleosome Core Particle lacking H3.1 N-terminal region
3W98

Structural Similarities for the Entities in PDB 3W98

The following structural similarities have been found using the jFATCAT-rigid algorithm [1,2]. To reduce the number of hits, a 40% sequence identity clustering has been applied and a representative chain taken from each cluster. If the representative chain consists of multiple domains, each domain is included in the search. If available, the SCOP 1.75 domain assignment [3] is used. Otherwise algorithmic domain assignments are computed using the ProteinDomainParser [4].

Entity #1: Chains: A,E
Description: Histone H3.1 protein
Length: 112
No structure alignment results are available for 3W98.A, 3W98.E explicitly.

These chains are represented by chain 1AOI.A which has more than 95% sequence identity.

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Entity #2: Chains: B,F
Description: Histone H4 protein
Length: 106
No structure alignment results are available for 3W98.B, 3W98.F explicitly.

These chains are represented by chain 1TZY.D which is 100% sequence identical.

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Entity #3: Chains: C,G
Description: Histone H2A type 1-B/E protein
Length: 133
No structure alignment results are available for 3W98.C, 3W98.G explicitly.

These chains are represented by chain 4CAY.A which has more than 50% sequence identity.

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Entity #4: Chains: D,H
Description: Histone H2B type 1-J protein
Length: 129
No structure alignment results are available for 3W98.D, 3W98.H explicitly.

These chains are represented by chain 1TZY.B which has more than 95% sequence identity.

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Entity #5: Chains: I,J
Description: 146-mer DNA dna
Length: 146

This entity is not a polypeptide entity and therefore cannot be considered for the all vs. all structure alignments.

 




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    Nov 18 2014

    Cluster data are up-to-date as of:
     
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    • Rank: current row position. Changes with different sorting orders and filter rules
    • Domain 2: Domain name of 2nd domain. Can be either a SCOP ID (d<PDB ID><Chain ID><Domain ID>), ProteinDomainParser ID (PDP:<PDB ID><Chain ID><Domain ID>)
    • Title: Protein chain description
    • P-value: P-value of this alignment (FATCAT) (default sorted by this)
    • Score: Raw alignment score (FATCAT)
    • RMSD: RMSD value of the alignment
    • Len1: Domain 1 length
    • Len2: Domain 2 length
    • %ID: % sequence identity in the alignment. A 40% sequence identity filter is applied before the structure alignments are calculated, so most results show low similarity. If the sequences are of vastly different lengths, the clustering procedure will group them in different clusters, even if they share a region of high sequence similarity.
    • %Cov1: The coverage, or %, of aligned residues in chain 1
    • %Cov2: The coverage, or %, of aligned residues in chain 2

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