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Lineage for d3mmcd2 (3mmc D:1-166)

  1. Root: SCOPe 2.06
  2. 2152203Class d: Alpha and beta proteins (a+b) [53931] (385 folds)
  3. 2172288Fold d.58: Ferredoxin-like [54861] (59 superfamilies)
    alpha+beta sandwich with antiparallel beta-sheet; (beta-alpha-beta)x2
  4. 2177432Superfamily d.58.36: Nitrite/Sulfite reductase N-terminal domain-like [55124] (3 families) (S)
    duplication: contains two subdomains of this fold
  5. 2177474Family d.58.36.2: DsrA/DsrB N-terminal-domain-like [160336] (2 protein domains)
    Dissimilatory sulfite reductase is a heterodimer of homologous DsrA and DsrB subunits, the assembly of which is similar to the architecture of duplicated sulfite reductase CysI
  6. 2177475Protein Dissimilatory sulfite reductase subunit alpha, DsrA [160337] (2 species)
  7. 2177476Species Archaeoglobus fulgidus [TaxId:2234] [160338] (8 PDB entries)
    Uniprot Q59109 2-418
  8. 2177484Domain d3mmcd2: 3mmc D:1-166 [181413]
    Other proteins in same PDB: d3mmca1, d3mmca3, d3mmcb1, d3mmcb2, d3mmcb3, d3mmcd1, d3mmcd3, d3mmce1, d3mmce2, d3mmce3
    automated match to d3mmca2
    complexed with gol, sf4, srm

Details for d3mmcd2

PDB Entry: 3mmc (more details), 2.04 Å

PDB Description: Structure of the dissimilatory sulfite reductase from Archaeoglobus fulgidus
PDB Compounds: (D:) sulfite reductase, dissimilatory-type subunit alpha

SCOPe Domain Sequences for d3mmcd2:

Sequence; same for both SEQRES and ATOM records: (download)

>d3mmcd2 d.58.36.2 (D:1-166) Dissimilatory sulfite reductase subunit alpha, DsrA {Archaeoglobus fulgidus [TaxId: 2234]}

SCOPe Domain Coordinates for d3mmcd2:

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Timeline for d3mmcd2: