1KXG Cytokine date Jan 31, 2002
title The 2.0 Ang Resolution Structure Of Blys, B Lymphocyte Stimulator.
authors D.A.Oren, Y.Li, Y.Volovik, T.S.Morris, C.Dharia, K.Das, O.Galperina, R.Gentz, E.Arnold
compound source
Molecule: B Lymphocyte Stimulator
Chain: A, B, C, D, E, F
Fragment: Soluble Portion (Residues 134-285)
Synonym: Blys, Tumor Necrosis Factor Ligand Superfamily Member 13b;
Engineered: Yes
Organism_scientific: Homo Sapiens
Organism_common: Human
Organism_taxid: 9606
Expression_system: Spodoptera Frugiperda
Expression_system_common: Fall Armyworm
Expression_system_taxid: 7108
Expression_system_cell_line: Sf9
Expression_system_vector_type: Baculovirus
Expression_system_vector: Pa2
symmetry Space Group: P 65
R_factor 0.189 R_Free 0.209
length a length b length c angle alpha angle beta angle gamma
123.580 123.580 161.230 90.00 90.00 120.00
method X-Ray Diffractionresolution 2.00 Å
ligand CIT, DIO, MG enzyme
related structures by homologous chain: 1OQE
F, A, D, C, E, B

Primary referenceStructural basis of BLyS receptor recognition., Oren DA, Li Y, Volovik Y, Morris TS, Dharia C, Das K, Galperina O, Gentz R, Arnold E, Nat Struct Biol 2002 Apr;9(4):288-92. PMID:11862220
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  • Biological Unit Coordinates (1kxg.pdb1.gz) 78 Kb
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  • LPC: Ligand-Protein Contacts for 1KXG
  • CSU: Contacts of Structural Units for 1KXG
  • Likely Quarternary Molecular Structure file(s) for 1KXG
  • Structure Factors (787 Kb)
  • Retrieve 1KXG in mmCIF format [Save to disk]
  • SEQRES to COORDINATES correlation for 1KXG from S2C, [Save to disk]
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  • 3D motif for 1KXG, from MSDmotif at EBI
  • Classification of representative domains in scop (Structural Classification of Proteins)
        - Domain d1kxga_, region A [Jmol] [rasmolscript] [script source]
        - Domain d1kxgb_, region B [Jmol] [rasmolscript] [script source]
        - Domain d1kxgc_, region C [Jmol] [rasmolscript] [script source]
        - Domain d1kxgd_, region D [Jmol] [rasmolscript] [script source]
        - Domain d1kxge_, region E [Jmol] [rasmolscript] [script source]
        - Domain d1kxgf_, region F [Jmol] [rasmolscript] [script source]
  • Fold representative 1kxg from FSSP and Dali (Families of Structurally Similar Proteins)
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  • Sequence-derived information
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  • SWISS-PROT database: [Q9Y275]
  • Domain organization of [TN13B_HUMAN] by SWISSPFAM
  • Domain found in 1KXG: [TNF ] by SMART
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