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    PDB 1yjn-2aop
    PDB 2apo-2f4v
      2apo
      2as3
      2as4
      2asc
      2atk
      2ats
      2avh
      2avj
      2awe
      2b1g
      2b1i
      2b21
      2b3h
      2b3k
      2b3l
      2b4v
      2b5w
      2beu
      2bev
      2bew
      2bfb
      2bfc
      2bfd
      2bfe
      2bff
      2bkp
      2bty
      2bup
      2bwg
      2c13
      2c44
      2c7e
      2c92
      2c94
      2c97
      2c9b
      2c9d
      2c9m
      2cvi
      2cz8
      2czl
      2dcn
      2dp7
      2dpb
      2dv6
      2dwu
      2ez1
      2ez2
      2f1h
      2f4v
    PDB 2fbw-2hg9
    PDB 2hh1-2oij
    PDB 2oiy-2uxb
    PDB 2uxc-2x20
    PDB 2x21-3c0y
    PDB 3c0z-3dix
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    PDB 3f7j-3hqo
    PDB 3hqp-3l01
    PDB 3l0u-3oi5
    PDB 3oia-3r9b
    PDB 3rde-4e6k
    PDB 4edj-8gep

Potassium in the structure of Dihydrodipicolinate Synthase Co-Crystallised With (S)-Lysine (pdb 2ats)






The binding sites of Potassium atom in the structure of Dihydrodipicolinate Synthase Co-Crystallised With (S)-Lysine (pdb code 2ats). This binding sites where shown with 5.0 Angstroms radius around Potassium atom.
The 2ats structure was solved by S.R.A.DEVENISH, R.C.J.DOBSON, G.B.JAMESON, J.A.GERRARD, with X-Ray Crystallography technique, brief refinement statistics is given in the table below:
Resolution (A)25.8-1.9
Space groupP3121
a (A)121.680
b (A)121.680
c (A)109.799
alpha (°)90.00
beta (°)90.00
gamma (°)120.00
Rfactor (%)16.8
Rfree (%)20.2


Potassium Binding Sites:

Potassium binding site 1 out of 2 in 2ats


Potassium binding site 1 out of 2 in 2ats
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stereopicture of Potassium binding site 1 out of 2 in 2ats
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Mono- and Stereo- picture of 5.0 Angstrom coordination sphere 1 of Potassium in the PDB 2ats. Coordination sphere was calculated for all residues within 5.0 Angstroms distance from the central Potassium atom, shown by VdW sphere
Residues shown as a stick model or VDW spheres: A: Ala152, A: Lys153, A: Val154, A: Lys155, A: Asn156, A: Ile157, A: Ile158, A: Phe181, A: Hoh3177, A: Hoh3230, A: Hoh3276, A: Hoh3277,

conact list:


AtomAtomDistance (A)
KO A:Ala1522.70
KC A:Ala1523.73
KCB A:Ala1524.98
KCA A:Ala1524.37
KO A:Lys1534.88
KN A:Lys1534.72
KC A:Lys1534.58
KCA A:Lys1534.88
KO A:Val1542.72
KN A:Val1544.55
KC A:Val1543.72
KCA A:Val1544.79
KO A:Lys1553.10
KN A:Lys1554.33
KC A:Lys1553.69
KCA A:Lys1554.03
KN A:Asn1564.60
KC A:Asn1564.97
KO A:Ile1572.71
KN A:Ile1574.15
KCB A:Ile1574.88
KC A:Ile1573.68
KCA A:Ile1574.44
KN A:Ile1584.56
KCG2 A:Ile1584.46
KCA A:Ile1584.61
KCD1 A:Phe1815.00
KO A:Hoh31772.78
KO A:Hoh32304.39
KO A:Hoh32763.03
KO A:Hoh32774.14

interactive model:


Potassium binding site 2 out of 2 in 2ats


Potassium binding site 2 out of 2 in 2ats
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stereopicture of Potassium binding site 2 out of 2 in 2ats
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Mono- and Stereo- picture of 5.0 Angstrom coordination sphere 2 of Potassium in the PDB 2ats. Coordination sphere was calculated for all residues within 5.0 Angstroms distance from the central Potassium atom, shown by VdW sphere
Residues shown as a stick model or VDW spheres: B: Ala152, B: Lys153, B: Val154, B: Lys155, B: Asn156, B: Ile157, B: Ile158, B: Phe181, B: Hoh2162, B: Hoh2210, B: Hoh2261, B: Hoh2295,

conact list:


AtomAtomDistance (A)
KO B:Ala1522.66
KC B:Ala1523.72
KCA B:Ala1524.38
KO B:Lys1534.94
KN B:Lys1534.72
KC B:Lys1534.62
KCA B:Lys1534.92
KO B:Val1542.71
KN B:Val1544.58
KC B:Val1543.73
KCA B:Val1544.83
KO B:Lys1553.11
KN B:Lys1554.33
KC B:Lys1553.68
KCA B:Lys1554.04
KN B:Asn1564.59
KC B:Asn1564.94
KO B:Ile1572.62
KN B:Ile1574.13
KCB B:Ile1574.89
KC B:Ile1573.65
KCA B:Ile1574.45
KN B:Ile1584.53
KCG2 B:Ile1584.61
KCA B:Ile1584.56
KCD1 B:Phe1814.89
KO B:Hoh21622.74
KO B:Hoh22104.05
KO B:Hoh22614.48
KO B:Hoh22952.92

interactive model:




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