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Identification and analysis of novel amino acid sequence repeats and domains in Pyrobaculum aerophilum using computational tools.
Hemalatha G, et al. Protein Pept Lett 2007. PMID 17897095
A "repeat" corresponds to a region comprising less than 55 amino acid residues that occurs more than once in the protein sequence and sometimes present in tandem. ...These correspond to (1) 85 amino acid residues AAG domain, (2) 72 amino acid residues GFGN domain, (3) 43 amino acid residues KGG repeat, (4) 25 amino acid residues RWE repeat, (5) 25 amino acid residues RID repeat, (6) 108 amino acid residues NDFA domain, (7) 140 amino acid residues VxY domain, (8) 35 amino acid residues LLPN repeat and (9) 98 amino acid residues GxY domain. ...
A "repeat" corresponds to a region comprising less than 55 amino acid residues that occurs more than once in the protein se
Improved protein splicing using embedded split inteins
Gramespacher JA, et al. Protein Sci 2018. PMID 29226478 Free PMC article.
This involves embedding the split intein within a protein sequence designed to stabilize either the intein fragment itself or the appended extein. ...
This involves embedding the split intein within a protein sequence designed to stabilize either the intein fragment itself or the app …
Inteins
Lennon CW and Belfort M. Curr Biol 2017. PMID 28324730 Free article.
Using the radial distributions of physical features to compare amino acid environments and align amino acid sequences.
Wei L, et al. Pac Symp Biocomput 1997. PMID 9390315 Free article.
We have performed a comprehensive analysis of the microenvironments surrounding the twenty amino acids. Our analysis includes comparison of amino acid environments with random control environments as well as with each of the other amino acid environments. ...The environments are divided into radial shells of 1 A thickness to represent the distance of the features from the amino acid C beta atoms. ...
We have performed a comprehensive analysis of the microenvironments surrounding the twenty amino acids. Our analysis includes compari …
Basic amino acid residues located in the N-terminal region of BEND3 are essential for its nuclear localization.
Shiheido H and Shimizu J. Biochem Biophys Res Commun 2015. PMID 25600804
We here analyzed the subcellular localization of deletion/site-directed mutants of human BEND3 by an immunofluorescence assay in an attempt to identify the amino acids essential for its nuclear localization. We found that three basic amino acid residues located in the N-terminal region of BEND3 (BEND356-58, KRK) are essential, suggesting that these residues play a role as a functional NLS. ...
We here analyzed the subcellular localization of deletion/site-directed mutants of human BEND3 by an immunofluorescence assay in an attempt …
Amino acid sequence of the variable domains of a human anti-Rh(c) antibody: presence of an unusually long CDR3 in the lambda chain.
Chouchane L, et al. Mol Immunol 1989. PMID 2517316
The lambda chain presents a long third complementarity-determining region sequence with unusual amino acid insertions at the C-terminus. ...The amino acid sequence of the anti-Rh(c) D segment does not match any published D segment. The JH segment used in this protein can be classified as a JH3 with a single amino acid difference at the fourth residue....
The lambda chain presents a long third complementarity-determining region sequence with unusual amino acid insertions a …
Preface. Peptide libraries
Derda R. Methods Mol Biol 2015. PMID 25759871
Selection of a platinum-binding sequence in a loop of a four-helix bundle protein.
Yagi S, et al. J Biosci Bioeng 2018. PMID 29050803
We created a genetic library in which the Ser-Gly-Gln-Gly-Gly-Ser sequence within the first inter-helical loop of LARFH was semi-randomly mutated. ...In conclusion, we have identified an amino acid sequence, YKRGYK, in the loop of a helix-loop-helix motif that shows high platinum-binding affinity. ...
We created a genetic library in which the Ser-Gly-Gln-Gly-Gly-Ser sequence within the first inter-helical loop of LARFH was semi-rand …
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