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Magnesium in PDB 5d9d: Luciferin-Regenerating Enzyme Solved By Sad Using Synchrotron Radiation at Room Temperature

Protein crystallography data

The structure of Luciferin-Regenerating Enzyme Solved By Sad Using Synchrotron Radiation at Room Temperature, PDB code: 5d9d was solved by K.Yamashita, D.Pan, T.Okuda, T.Murai, A.Kodan, T.Yamaguchi, K.Gomi, N.Kajiyama, H.Kato, H.Ago, M.Yamamoto, T.Nakatsu, with X-Ray Crystallography technique. A brief refinement statistics is given in the table below:

Resolution Low / High (Å) 41.86 / 1.70
Space group P 21 21 21
Cell size a, b, c (Å), α, β, γ (°) 48.107, 77.177, 84.916, 90.00, 90.00, 90.00
R / Rfree (%) 14.4 / 17.8

Other elements in 5d9d:

The structure of Luciferin-Regenerating Enzyme Solved By Sad Using Synchrotron Radiation at Room Temperature also contains other interesting chemical elements:

Mercury (Hg) 3 atoms

Magnesium Binding Sites:

The binding sites of Magnesium atom in the Luciferin-Regenerating Enzyme Solved By Sad Using Synchrotron Radiation at Room Temperature (pdb code 5d9d). This binding sites where shown within 5.0 Angstroms radius around Magnesium atom.
In total only one binding site of Magnesium was determined in the Luciferin-Regenerating Enzyme Solved By Sad Using Synchrotron Radiation at Room Temperature, PDB code: 5d9d:

Magnesium binding site 1 out of 1 in 5d9d

Go back to Magnesium Binding Sites List in 5d9d
Magnesium binding site 1 out of 1 in the Luciferin-Regenerating Enzyme Solved By Sad Using Synchrotron Radiation at Room Temperature


Mono view


Stereo pair view

A full contact list of Magnesium with other atoms in the Mg binding site number 1 of Luciferin-Regenerating Enzyme Solved By Sad Using Synchrotron Radiation at Room Temperature within 5.0Å range:
probe atom residue distance (Å) B Occ
A:Mg401

b:12.4
occ:1.00
O A:HOH534 2.0 15.9 1.0
OE1 A:GLU18 2.0 16.3 1.0
OD1 A:ASP212 2.0 13.1 1.0
OD1 A:ASN160 2.1 16.1 1.0
O A:HOH523 2.1 17.6 1.0
O A:HOH599 2.2 18.8 1.0
CD A:GLU18 2.9 15.0 1.0
CG A:ASN160 3.1 15.2 1.0
CG A:ASP212 3.1 14.3 1.0
OE2 A:GLU18 3.3 16.4 1.0
ND2 A:ASN160 3.5 15.0 1.0
O A:HOH528 3.6 34.4 1.0
OD2 A:ASP212 3.6 16.9 1.0
ND2 A:ASN110 4.0 16.7 1.0
O4 A:MPD405 4.1 45.6 1.0
CG A:GLU18 4.2 12.3 1.0
O A:THR255 4.2 11.8 1.0
OD2 A:ASP111 4.3 17.2 1.0
CB A:ASN160 4.3 13.1 1.0
N A:GLY213 4.3 11.7 1.0
CB A:ASP212 4.4 9.2 1.0
O A:HOH542 4.4 21.1 1.0
C A:ASP212 4.4 12.4 1.0
CG A:ASP111 4.5 20.8 1.0
CB A:ASP111 4.5 11.5 1.0
O A:HOH562 4.6 44.8 1.0
CA A:ASP212 4.7 9.1 1.0
CA A:ASN160 4.8 12.3 1.0
OD1 A:ASN110 4.8 19.9 1.0
CG A:ASN110 4.8 19.0 1.0
CA A:GLY213 4.9 13.1 1.0
O A:ASP212 4.9 13.8 1.0

Reference:

K.Yamashita, D.Pan, T.Okuda, M.Sugahara, A.Kodan, T.Yamaguchi, T.Murai, K.Gomi, N.Kajiyama, E.Mizohata, M.Suzuki, E.Nango, K.Tono, Y.Joti, T.Kameshima, J.Park, C.Song, T.Hatsui, M.Yabashi, S.Iwata, H.Kato, H.Ago, M.Yamamoto, T.Nakatsu. An Isomorphous Replacement Method For Efficient De Novo Phasing For Serial Femtosecond Crystallography. Sci Rep V. 5 14017 2015.
ISSN: ESSN 2045-2322
PubMed: 26360462
DOI: 10.1038/SREP14017
Page generated: Mon Dec 14 20:10:45 2020

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