1CSA Immunosuppressant date Feb 24, 1992
title The Mutant E.Coli F112w Cyclophilin Binds Cyclosporin A In N Identical Conformation As Human Cyclophilin
authors J.Fejzo, C.T.Walsh, G.Wagner
compound source
Molecule: Cyclosporin A
Chain: A
Synonym: Cyclosporine, Ciclosporin, Ciclosporine
Engineered: Yes
Synthetic: Yes
Organism_scientific: Tolypocladium Inflatum
Organism_taxid: 29910
methodSolution NMR
ligand ABA, BMT, DAL, MLE, MVA, SAR enzyme
Primary referenceThe mutant Escherichia coli F112W cyclophilin binds cyclosporin A in nearly identical conformation as human cyclophilin., Fejzo J, Etzkorn FA, Clubb RT, Shi Y, Walsh CT, Wagner G, Biochemistry 1994 May 17;33(19):5711-20. PMID:8180197
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