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  is used. Otherwise algorithmic domain assignments are computed using the ProteinDomainParser .
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Description: Elongation factor Tu protein |
represented by chain 2C78.a
which has more than 70% sequence identity.
View how chain 3EQ4.X compares with the representative chain d2c78a1. Select a comparison method:
Description: 30S ribosomal protein S12 protein |
represented by chain XXXX.null
which has more than 95% sequence identity.
View how chain 3EQ4.L compares with the representative chain xxxx. Select a comparison method:
Description: 50S ribosomal protein L11 protein |
represented by chain 3EGV.b
which has more than 50% sequence identity.
View how chain 3EQ4.I compares with the representative chain d3egvb1. Select a comparison method:
Description: tRNA rna |
This entity is NOT a polypeptide entity and therefore cannot be considered for the all vs. all structure alignments.
Description: Fragment h18 of the 16S rRNA rna |
Description: Fragment h44 of the 16S rRNA rna |
Description: Fragment H43-44 of the 23S rRNA rna |
Description: Fragment H95 of the 23S rRNA rna |
Description: Fragment H69 of the 23S rRNA rna |
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