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Potassium in the structure of A Fusion Protein Of A Beta Helix Region Of Gene Product 5 and the Foldon Region of Bacteriophage T4 (pdb 3a1m)






The binding sites of Potassium atom in the structure of A Fusion Protein Of A Beta Helix Region Of Gene Product 5 and the Foldon Region of Bacteriophage T4 (pdb code 3a1m). This binding sites where shown with 5.0 Angstroms radius around Potassium atom.
The 3a1m structure was solved by N.YOKOI, A.SUZUKI, T.HIKAGE, T.KOSHIYAMA, M.TERAUCHI, K.YUTANI, S.KANAMARU, F.ARISAKA, T.YAMANE, Y.WATANABE, T.UENO, with X-Ray Crystallography technique, brief refinement statistics is given in the table below:
Resolution (A)29.2-2.0
Space groupC121
a (A)98.814
b (A)57.010
c (A)136.594
alpha (°)90.00
beta (°)103.90
gamma (°)90.00
Rfactor (%)22.3
Rfree (%)26.8


Potassium Binding Sites:

Potassium binding site 1 out of 2 in 3a1m


Potassium binding site 1 out of 2 in 3a1m
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stereopicture of Potassium binding site 1 out of 2 in 3a1m
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Mono- and Stereo- picture of 5.0 Angstrom coordination sphere 1 of Potassium in the PDB 3a1m. 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: Trp76, A: Glu78, A: Met83, B: Trp76, B: Glu78, B: Met83, C: Trp76, C: Glu78, C: Met83, A: Hoh146, A: Hoh154, A: Hoh180, B: Hoh143, B: Hoh161, B: Hoh170, C: Hoh148, C: Hoh158, C: Hoh171,

conact list:


AtomAtomDistance (A)
KCZ2 A:Trp764.90
KOE1 A:Glu784.11
KOE2 A:Glu784.23
KCD A:Glu784.59
KCE A:Met834.71
KCZ2 B:Trp764.81
KOE1 B:Glu784.18
KOE2 B:Glu784.01
KCD B:Glu784.52
KCE B:Met834.89
KCZ2 C:Trp764.81
KOE1 C:Glu784.08
KOE2 C:Glu784.04
KCD C:Glu784.48
KCE C:Met834.69
KO A:Hoh1462.24
KO A:Hoh1542.11
KO A:Hoh1804.42
KO B:Hoh1432.26
KO B:Hoh1611.99
KO B:Hoh1704.36
KO C:Hoh1482.16
KO C:Hoh1581.99
KO C:Hoh1714.28

interactive model:


Potassium binding site 2 out of 2 in 3a1m


Potassium binding site 2 out of 2 in 3a1m
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stereopicture of Potassium binding site 2 out of 2 in 3a1m
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Mono- and Stereo- picture of 5.0 Angstrom coordination sphere 2 of Potassium in the PDB 3a1m. 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: D: Trp76, D: Glu78, D: Met83, E: Trp76, E: Glu78, E: Met83, F: Trp76, F: Glu78, F: Met83, D: Hoh141, D: Hoh142, D: Hoh379, E: Hoh147, E: Hoh261, E: Hoh322, F: Hoh143, F: Hoh307,

conact list:


AtomAtomDistance (A)
KCZ2 D:Trp764.68
KCE2 D:Trp764.98
KOE1 D:Glu784.08
KOE2 D:Glu784.11
KCD D:Glu784.52
KCE D:Met834.80
KCZ2 E:Trp764.71
KCE2 E:Trp764.99
KOE1 E:Glu783.93
KOE2 E:Glu783.95
KCD E:Glu784.37
KCE E:Met834.52
KCZ2 F:Trp764.76
KOE1 F:Glu784.07
KOE2 F:Glu784.02
KCD F:Glu784.50
KCE F:Met834.61
KO D:Hoh1412.27
KO D:Hoh1422.26
KO D:Hoh3794.37
KO E:Hoh1472.15
KO E:Hoh2614.34
KO E:Hoh3222.03
KO F:Hoh1432.30
KO F:Hoh3072.11

interactive model:




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