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Target ID:JCSG-424052
Source Organism
Paracoccus denitrificans pd1222
Target Name
C.GT6391A
Target Category
community nominated
Target Rationale
Collaboration with Prof. Garcia-Trejo group (Universidad Autonoma de Mexico) on ATPase regulatory protein from P. denitrificans.
Status
in PDB
Site
JCSG
Site ID
424052
Lab List
UCSD
Structure available
2mdz, 2ll0
Remark
NMR structure of the putative ATPase regulatory protein, DUF1476 family protein, PF07345
URL
http://www1.jcsg.org/...
Last Update
2013-09-20
Project List
PSI-3
Database References
NCBI RefSeq: YP_916642.1, PSICNT: 105, PFAM: PF07345


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The Progress tab contains any trial-level data provided for the target.

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The protocols used in each trial are listed by experimental type. A green plus sign indicates protocol details specific to that trial can be found in the protocol summary page.