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Target ID:NESG-SR577
Source Organism
Bacillus subtilis
Target Name
SR577
Target Category
structural coverage,community nominated,biomedical
Target Rationale
community nominated,structural coverage,biomedical
Status
in PDB
Site
NESG
Site ID
SR577
Lab List
NESG
Clone available
BsCD00627755, BsCD00429667
Structure available
3hxp
URL
http://spine.nesg.org/...
Last Update
2009-06-21
Related Targets
NESG-SR577A (child target)
Project List
PSI-2, PSI:Biology
Database References
SPINE: SR577, CATH: 3.40.50.1980, PFAM: PF01497, SuperFamily: 53807


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The Summary tab contains target-level information about a target in your search query.

The Sequence tab contains information about all the sequences defined within a target.

Links to additional annotation sources are provided for each protein sequence, as well as derived protein properties and domain annotations.

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

Trials are ordered by experimental progress, with the most advanced trials listed first.

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.