Analysis of interatomic Contacts of Structural Units in PDB entry:
2MX4


Contacts of Structural Units (CSU) are derived with the CSU software (Sobolev V., Sorokine A., Prilusky J., Abola E.E. and Edelman M. (1999) Automated analysis of interatomic contacts in proteins. Bioinformatics, 15, 327-332).
For CSU analysis of other PDB entry

This page provides analyses of contacts formed by:
For analysis of ligand-protein contacts, use: 3D structure can be seen in additional window with STING software for 2MX4 entry


Note, this PDB entry contains modified residue(s) PHOSPHOTHREONINE (TPO) . This residue is treated as heterogroup (ligand) both in the PDB entry and in LPC/CSU analysis.

There are 3 chains in PDB entry 2MX4 (CSU analysis of residue contacts immediately below table)
Chain ID Initial residueTerminal residue
A
PRO 18THR 36
A
PRO 38THR 45
A
PRO 47ARG 62
Residue contacts

1. List of contacts for up to 10 consecutive residues:
Chain ID from residue number to residue number


2. Detailed analyses of contacts for any single residue:
Residue number chain ID
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There are no helices in PDB entry 2MX4


There is 1 sheet ( A) in PDB entry 2MX4.

There are 4 strands in A sheet. Click on strand of interest for CSU analysis.
Strand
number
Chain
ID
Initial
residue
Terminal
residue
Strand sense
Strand 1
A
19 24first strand
Strand 2
A
51 56parallel
Strand 3
A
42 45anti-parallel
Strand 4
A
35 36anti-parallel
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