3E9V Crystal structure of human B-cell Translocation Gene 2 (BTG2) date
authors Atwell S, Burley SK, Freeman J, Hu S, Maletic M, New York SGX Research Center for Structural Genomics (NYSGXRC), Romero R, Sampathkumar P, Sauder JM, Tarun G, Wasserman S
compound source
length a length b length c angle alpha angle beta angle gamma
method X-Ray Diffractionresolution
ligand EDO, MSE enzyme
note 3E9V is a representative structure

Data retrieval
  • Asymmetric unit, PDB entry: [header only] [complete with coordinates] (25 Kb) [Save to disk]
  • Biological Unit Coordinates (3e9v.pdb1.gz) 21 Kb
  • LPC: Ligand-Protein Contacts for 3E9V
  • CSU: Contacts of Structural Units for 3E9V
  • Likely Quarternary Molecular Structure file(s) for 3E9V
  • Structure Factors (180 Kb)
  • Retrieve 3E9V in mmCIF format [Save to disk]
  • SEQRES to COORDINATES correlation for 3E9V from S2C, [Save to disk]
  • Re-refined 3e9v structure from PDB_REDO, a databank with updated and optimised macromolecular X-ray diffraction structure models
  • View 3E9V in 3D
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  • On FirstGlance, an excellent tool for a guided tour on the structure components, by E. Martz.
  • Visual 3D analysis of 3E9V
  • Ramachandran plot from PDBSum
  • Structure-derived information
  • Electron Density related parameters from EDS Electron Density Server, at Upsala
  • Dipole moment, from Dipole Server at Weizmann Institute
  • 3D motif for 3E9V, from MSDmotif at EBI
  • Sequence-derived information
  • View one-letter amino acid or nucleotide sequence for each chain: [3e9v] [3e9v_A]
  • SWISS-PROT database: [P78543]
  • Domain organization of [BTG2_HUMAN] by SWISSPFAM
  • Domain found in 3E9V: [btg1 ] by SMART
  • Other resources with information on 3E9V
  • Community annotation for 3E9V at PDBWiki (http://pdbwiki.org)
  • MMDB (Entrez's Structure Database)
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