Motion in Ferric binding protein [febp]

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Classification [D-h-2]

1MRP [ PartsList ]

From the abstract to Bruns et al. (2001): "A 21 degrees rotation separates the two structural domains when the apo form is compared with the holo conformer, indicating that upon release of iron, the protein undergoes a change in conformation by bending about the central beta-sheet hinge."

C M Bruns, D S Anderson, K G Vaughan, P A Williams, A J Nowalk, D E McRee, T A Mietzner (2001). Crystallographic and biochemical analyses of the metal-free Haemophilus influenzae Fe3+-binding protein. Biochemistry, 40:15631-7 [Medline info for 11747438]
C M Bruns, A J Nowalk, A S Arvai, M A McTigue, K G Vaughan, T A Mietzner, D E McRee (1997). Structure of Haemophilus influenzae Fe(+3)-binding protein reveals convergent evolution within a superfamily. Nat Struct Biol, 4:919-24 [Medline info for 9360608]

GO terms associated with structures
Molecular functiontransporter activity
Biological processtransport


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Morph Morph name Structure #1 Structure #2 Residues
Ferric binding protein 1d9v [ A ] 1mrp [ A ] 309

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Morph Morph name Structure #1 Structure #2 Residues
735374-24145 FERRIC IRON BINDING PROTEIN 1d9v [ A ] 1mrp [ A ] 309

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