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4RG8
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STRUCTURAL AND BIOCHEMICAL STUDIES OF A MODERATELY THERMOPHILIC EXONUCLEASE I FROM METHYLOCALDUM SZEGEDIENSE
Descriptor:Exonuclease I, MAGNESIUM ION
Authors:Fei, L., Tian, S., Moysey, R., Misca, M., Barker, J.J., Smith, M.A., McEwan, P.A., Pilka, E.S., Crawley, L., Evans, T., Sun, D.
Deposit date:2014-09-29
Release date:2015-02-25
Last modified:2017-11-22
Method:X-RAY DIFFRACTION (2.12 Å)
Cite:Structural and Biochemical Studies of a Moderately Thermophilic Exonuclease I from Methylocaldum szegediense.
Plos One, 10, 2015
4LE7
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THE CRYSTAL STRUCTURE OF PYOCIN L1 AT 2.09 ANGSTROMS
Descriptor:Pyocin L1, 1,2-ETHANEDIOL, CHLORIDE ION
Authors:Grinter, R., Roszak, A.W., Mccaughey, L., Cogdell, R.J., Walker, D.
Deposit date:2013-06-25
Release date:2014-02-19
Last modified:2014-03-19
Method:X-RAY DIFFRACTION (2.09 Å)
Cite:Lectin-Like Bacteriocins from Pseudomonas spp. Utilise D-Rhamnose Containing Lipopolysaccharide as a Cellular Receptor.
Plos Pathog., 10, 2014
4LEA
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THE CRYSTAL STRUCTURE OF PYOCIN L1 BOUND TO D-MANNOSE AT 2.55 ANGSTROMS
Descriptor:Pyocin L1, BETA-D-MANNOSE
Authors:Grinter, R., Roszak, A.W., Mccaughey, L., Cogdell, C.J., Walker, D.
Deposit date:2013-06-25
Release date:2014-02-19
Last modified:2014-03-19
Method:X-RAY DIFFRACTION (2.55 Å)
Cite:Lectin-Like Bacteriocins from Pseudomonas spp. Utilise D-Rhamnose Containing Lipopolysaccharide as a Cellular Receptor.
Plos Pathog., 10, 2014
4LED
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THE CRYSTAL STRUCTURE OF PYOCIN L1 BOUND TO D-RHAMNOSE AT 2.37 ANGSTROMS
Descriptor:Pyocin L1, 6-deoxy-alpha-D-mannopyranose
Authors:Grinter, R., Roszak, A.W., Mccaughey, L., Cogdell, C.J., Walker, D.
Deposit date:2013-06-25
Release date:2014-02-19
Last modified:2014-03-19
Method:X-RAY DIFFRACTION (2.37 Å)
Cite:Lectin-Like Bacteriocins from Pseudomonas spp. Utilise D-Rhamnose Containing Lipopolysaccharide as a Cellular Receptor.
Plos Pathog., 10, 2014