1V9V Structural Genomics, Unknown Function date Feb 03, 2004
title Solution Structure Of Putative Domain Of Human Kiaa0561 Protein
authors N.Tochio, S.Koshiba, M.Inoue, T.Kigawa, S.Yokoyama, Riken Structural Genomicsproteomics Initiative (Rsgi)
compound source
Molecule: Kiaa0561 Protein
Chain: A
Fragment: Putative Domain (Residues 180-280)
Engineered: Yes
Organism_scientific: Homo Sapiens
Organism_common: Human
Organism_taxid: 9606
Gene: Kazusa Cdna Hh01676
Expression_system_vector_type: Plasmid
Expression_system_plasmid: P030723-16
Other_details: Cell-Free Protein Synthesis
methodSolution NMR

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