- Asymmetric unit, PDB entry:
[header only] [complete with coordinates] (36 Kb) [Save to disk]
- Biological Unit Coordinates (2yy0.pdb1.gz) 16 Kb
- Biological Unit Coordinates (2yy0.pdb2.gz) 16 Kb
- Biological Unit Coordinates (2yy0.pdb3.gz) 93 Kb
- CSU: Contacts of Structural Units for 2YY0
- Likely Quarternary Molecular Structure file(s) for 2YY0
- Structure Factors (90 Kb)
- Retrieve 2YY0 in mmCIF format [Save to disk]
- SEQRES to COORDINATES
correlation for 2YY0
[Save to disk]
- Re-refined 2yy0 structure
from PDB_REDO, a databank with updated and optimised macromolecular X-ray diffraction structure models
|View 2YY0 in 3D|
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- On Jmol, a nice Rasmol like molecule viewer.
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- On FirstGlance, an
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|Visual 3D analysis of 2YY0|
representation from PDB Cartoon
plot from PDBSum
- Electron Density
related parameters from EDS Electron Density Server, at Upsala
- Dipole moment, from Dipole Server at Weizmann Institute
- Crystal Contacts, from CryCo at Weizmann Institute
- 3D motif for 2YY0,
from MSDmotif at EBI
- Fold representative 2yy0 from FSSP and Dali (Families of Structurally Similar Proteins)
- View one-letter amino acid or nucleotide sequence for each chain: [2yy0_A] [2yy0_B] [2yy0_C] [2yy0_D]
- SWISS-PROT database: [Q99417]
- Domain organization of [MYCBP_HUMAN] by SWISSPFAM
- Alignments of the sequence of 2YY0 with the sequences
similar proteins can be viewed for 2YY0's classification [MYCBP_HUMAN] at ProtoMap.
Click on "Neighbors List", then on the "See Alignments" button below the list.
- A sequence distance tree ("phylogenetic tree")
can be viewed for 1ACL's classification [MYCBP_HUMAN] at ProtoMap. Click on the Cluster number.
Other resources with information on 2YY0|
- Community annotation for 2YY0 at PDBWiki (http://pdbwiki.org)
- MMDB (Entrez's Structure Database)
|Movements, Movies and Images|
from IMB Jena Image Library
of Biological Macromolecules.