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Magnesium in PDB, part 49 (files: 1921-1960), PDB 1xfx-1xom

Experimental structures of coordination spheres of Magnesium (Mg) in bioorganic molecules from X-Ray and NMR experiments. Coordination spheres were calculated with 5.0 Angstroms radius around Magnesium atoms. PDB files: 1921-1960 (PDB 1xfx-1xom).
  1. 1xfx (Mg: 6) - Crystal Structure of Anthrax Edema Factor (Ef) in Complex with Calmodulin in the Presence of 10 Millimolar Exogenously Added Calcium Chloride
    Other atoms: Ca (24);
  2. 1xfy (Mg: 6) - Crystal Structure of Anthrax Edema Factor (Ef) in Complex with Calmodulin
    Other atoms: Ca (12);
  3. 1xfz (Mg: 6) - Crystal Structure of Anthrax Edema Factor (Ef) in Complex with Calmodulin in the Presence of 1 Millimolar Exogenously Added Calcium Chloride
    Other atoms: Ca (18);
  4. 1xg0 (Mg: 2) - High Resolution Crystal Structure of Phycoerythrin 545 From the Marine Cryptophyte Rhodomonas CS24
    Other atoms: Cl (1);
  5. 1xg3 (Mg: 4) - Crystal Structure of the C123S 2-Methylisocitrate Lyase Mutant From Escherichia Coli in Complex with the Reaction Product, Mg(II)-Pyruvate and Succinate
  6. 1xg4 (Mg: 3) - Crystal Structure of the C123S 2-Methylisocitrate Lyase Mutant From Escherichia Coli in Complex with the Inhibitor Isocitrate
  7. 1xhf (Mg: 2) - Crystal Structure of the BEF3-Activated Receiver Domain of Redox Response Regulator Arca
    Other atoms: F (15);
  8. 1xhx (Mg: 2) - PHI29 Dna Polymerase, Orthorhombic Crystal Form
  9. 1xi1 (Mg: 2) - PHI29 Dna Polymerase Ssdna Complex, Monoclinic Crystal Form
  10. 1xin (Mg: 4) - Protein Engineering of Xylose (Glucose) Isomerase From Actinoplanes Missouriensis. 1. Crystallography and Site- Directed Mutagenesis of Metal Binding Sites
  11. 1xj0 (Mg: 2) - Crystal Structure of the Gdp-Bound Form of the RASG60A Mutant
  12. 1xje (Mg: 2) - Structural Mechanism of Allosteric Substrate Specificity in A Ribonucleotide Reductase: Dttp-Gdp Complex
  13. 1xjf (Mg: 2) - Structural Mechanism of Allosteric Substrate Specificity in A Ribonucleotide Reductase: Datp Complex
  14. 1xjg (Mg: 2) - Structural Mechanism of Allosteric Substrate Specificity in A Ribonucleotide Reductase: Datp-Udp Complex
  15. 1xjj (Mg: 2) - Structural Mechanism of Allosteric Substrate Specificity in A Ribonucleotide Reductase: Dgtp Complex
  16. 1xjk (Mg: 2) - Structural Mechanism of Allosteric Substrate Specificity in A Ribonucleotide Reductase: Dgtp-Adp Complex
  17. 1xjm (Mg: 2) - Structural Mechanism of Allosteric Substrate Specificity in A Ribonucleotide Reductase: Dttp Complex
  18. 1xjr (Mg: 2) - The Structure of A Rigorously Conserved Rna Element Within the Sars Virus Genome
  19. 1xl4 (Mg: 1) - Intermediate Gating Structure 1 of the Inwardly Rectifying K+ Channel KIRBAC3.1
    Other atoms: K (5);
  20. 1xl6 (Mg: 1) - Intermediate Gating Structure 2 of the Inwardly Rectifying K+ Channel KIRBAC3.1
    Other atoms: K (7);
  21. 1xlb (Mg: 2) - Mechanism For Aldose-Ketose Interconversion By D-Xylose Isomerase Involving Ring Opening Followed By A 1,2-Hydride Shift
  22. 1xlc (Mg: 2) - Mechanism For Aldose-Ketose Interconversion By D-Xylose Isomerase Involving Ring Opening Followed By A 1,2-Hydride Shift
  23. 1xlg (Mg: 2) - Mechanism For Aldose-Ketose Interconversion By D-Xylose Isomerase Involving Ring Opening Followed By A 1,2-Hydride Shift
    Other atoms: Al (2);
  24. 1xlx (Mg: 2) - Catalytic Domain of Human Phosphodiesterase 4B in Complex with Cilomilast
    Other atoms: Zn (2);
  25. 1xlz (Mg: 2) - Catalytic Domain of Human Phosphodiesterase 4B in Complex with Filaminast
    Other atoms: Zn (2);
  26. 1xm4 (Mg: 2) - Catalytic Domain of Human Phosphodiesterase 4B in Complex with Piclamilast
    Other atoms: Cl (4); Zn (2);
  27. 1xm6 (Mg: 2) - Catalytic Domain of Human Phosphodiesterase 4B in Complex with (R)-Mesopram
    Other atoms: Zn (2);
  28. 1xmi (Mg: 5) - Crystal Structure of Human F508A NBD1 Domain with Atp
  29. 1xmj (Mg: 1) - Crystal Structure of Human DELTAF508 Human NBD1 Domain with Atp
  30. 1xmo (Mg: 107) - Crystal Structure of MNM5U34T6A37-Trnalysuuu Complexed with Aag-Mrna in the Decoding Center
    Other atoms: Zn (2);
  31. 1xmq (Mg: 107) - Crystal Structure of T6A37-Asllysuuu Aaa-Mrna Bound to the Decoding Center
    Other atoms: Zn (2);
  32. 1xmu (Mg: 2) - Catalytic Domain of Human Phosphodiesterase 4B in Complex with Roflumilast
    Other atoms: F (4); Cl (4); Zn (2);
  33. 1xmv (Mg: 4) - "E. Coli Reca in Complex with Mgadp"
  34. 1xmx (Mg: 1) - Crystal Structure of Protein VC1899 From Vibrio Cholerae
  35. 1xmy (Mg: 2) - Catalytic Domain of Human Phosphodiesterase 4B in Complex with (R)-Rolipram
    Other atoms: Zn (2);
  36. 1xn0 (Mg: 2) - Catalytic Domain of Human Phosphodiesterase 4B in Complex with (R,S)-Rolipram
    Other atoms: Zn (2);
  37. 1xng (Mg: 2) - Crystal Structure of NH3-Dependent Nad+ Synthetase From Helicobacter Pylori
  38. 1xnq (Mg: 107) - Structure of An Inosine-Adenine Wobble Base Pair Complex in the Context of the Decoding Center
    Other atoms: Zn (2);
  39. 1xnr (Mg: 108) - Crystal Structure of An Inosine-Cytosine Wobble Base Pair in the Context of the Decoding Center
    Other atoms: Zn (2);
  40. 1xom (Mg: 2) - Catalytic Domain of Human Phosphodiesterase 4D in Complex with Cilomilast
    Other atoms: Zn (2);
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