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4NCU
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FOLDON DOMAIN WILD TYPE
分子名称:Fibritin
著者Graewert, M.A., Reiner, A., Groll, M., Kiefhaber, T.
登録日2013-10-25
公開日2014-03-05
実験手法X-RAY DIFFRACTION (1.11 Å)
主引用文献Versatile C3-symmetric scaffolds and their use for covalent stabilization of the foldon trimer
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2KBL
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NMR STRUCTURE OF A MONOMERIC FOLDING INTERMEDIATE REVEALS THE STRUCTURAL BASIS FOR RAPID ASSEMBLY OF AN EVOLUTIONARY OPTIMIZED TRIMERIZATION MODULE
分子名称:Fibritin
著者Habazettl, J., Reiner, A., Kiefhaber, T.
登録日2008-12-02
公開日2009-04-28
最終更新日2011-07-13
実験手法SOLUTION NMR
主引用文献NMR Structure of a Monomeric Intermediate on the Evolutionarily Optimized Assembly Pathway of a Small Trimerization Domain
J.Mol.Biol., 389, 2009
1U0P
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STABLE A-STATE HAIRPIN OF T4 FIBRITIN FOLDON
分子名称:fibritin
著者Meier, S., Guthe, S., Kiefhaber, T., Grzesiek, S.
登録日2004-07-14
公開日2005-02-22
最終更新日2011-07-13
実験手法SOLUTION NMR
主引用文献Foldon, the natural trimerization domain of T4 fibritin, dissociates into a monomeric A-state form containing a stable beta-hairpin: atomic details of trimer dissociation and local beta-hairpin stability from residual dipolar couplings
J.Mol.Biol., 344, 2004
1RFO
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TRIMERIC FOLDON OF THE T4 PHAGEHEAD FIBRITIN
分子名称:whisker antigen control protein
著者Guthe, S., Kapinos, L., Moglich, A., Meier, S., Kiefhaber, T., Grzesiek, S.
登録日2003-11-10
公開日2004-03-30
最終更新日2011-07-13
実験手法SOLUTION NMR
主引用文献Very fast folding and association of a trimerization domain from bacteriophage t4 fibritin.
J.Mol.Biol., 337, 2004
1BT9
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OMPF PORIN MUTANT D74A
分子名称:PROTEIN (MATRIX PORIN OUTER MEMBRANE PROTEIN F)
著者Philippsen, A., Schirmer, T.
登録日1998-09-01
公開日1999-01-13
最終更新日2017-10-04
実験手法X-RAY DIFFRACTION (3 Å)
主引用文献Stability of trimeric OmpF porin: the contributions of the latching loop L2.
Biochemistry, 37, 1998