1X69 Signaling Protein date May 17, 2005
title Solution Structures Of The Sh3 Domain Of Human Src Substrate Cortactin
authors M.Sato, N.Tochio, S.Koshiba, M.Inoue, T.Kigawa, S.Yokoyama, Riken Structural Genomicsproteomics Initiative (Rsgi)
compound source
Molecule: Cortactin Isoform A
Chain: A
Fragment: Sh3 Domain
Synonym: Src Substrate Cortactin
Engineered: Yes
Organism_scientific: Homo Sapiens
Organism_common: Human
Organism_taxid: 9606
Gene: Ems1
Expression_system_vector_type: Plasmid
Expression_system_plasmid: P040510-08
Other_details: Cell-Free Protein Synthesis
methodSolution NMR

Data retrieval
  • Asymmetric unit, PDB entry: [header only] [complete with coordinates] (382 Kb) [Save to disk]
  • CSU: Contacts of Structural Units for 1X69
  • Original NMR restraints for 1X69 from PDB
  • Retrieve 1X69 in mmCIF format [Save to disk]
  • SEQRES to COORDINATES correlation for 1X69 from S2C, [Save to disk]
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  • On FirstGlance, an excellent tool for a guided tour on the structure components, by E. Martz.
  • Visual 3D analysis of 1X69
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  • Ramachandran plot from PDBSum
  • Structure-derived information
  • Dipole moment, from Dipole Server at Weizmann Institute
  • Crystal Contacts, from CryCo at Weizmann Institute
  • 3D motif for 1X69, from MSDmotif at EBI
  • Fold representative 1x69 from FSSP and Dali (Families of Structurally Similar Proteins)
  • Sequence-derived information
  • View one-letter amino acid or nucleotide sequence for each chain: [1x69] [1x69_A]
  • SWISS-PROT database: [Q14247]
  • Domain organization of [SRC8_HUMAN] by SWISSPFAM
  • Domain found in 1X69: [SH3 ] by SMART
  • Other resources with information on 1X69
  • Community annotation for 1X69 at PDBWiki (http://pdbwiki.org)
  • MMDB (Entrez's Structure Database)
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