1R60 Hydrolase date Oct 14, 2003
title A Homology-Derived Model Of Human Tripeptidyl-Peptidase I (Cln2)
authors A.Wlodawer, S.R.Durell, M.Li, H.Oyama, K.Oda, B.M.Dunn
compound source
Molecule: Tripeptidyl-Peptidase I
Chain: A
Synonym: Cln2
Organism_scientific: Homo Sapiens
Organism_common: Human

Molecule: Pseudoiodotyrostatin
Chain: B
Engineered: Yes

Synthetic: Yes
Other_details: Chemically Synthesized
methodTheoretical Model
enzyme Hydrolase E.C. BRENDA
Primary referenceA model of tripeptidyl-peptidase I (CLN2), a ubiquitous and highly conserved member of the sedolisin family of serine-carboxyl peptidases., Wlodawer A, Durell SR, Li M, Oyama H, Oda K, Dunn BM, BMC Struct Biol 2003 Nov 11;3(1):8. PMID:14609438
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