Lineage for d1n7ml1 (1n7m L:1-114)

  1. Root: SCOPe 2.06
  2. 2017114Class b: All beta proteins [48724] (177 folds)
  3. 2017115Fold b.1: Immunoglobulin-like beta-sandwich [48725] (33 superfamilies)
    sandwich; 7 strands in 2 sheets; greek-key
    some members of the fold have additional strands
  4. 2017116Superfamily b.1.1: Immunoglobulin [48726] (5 families) (S)
  5. 2017117Family b.1.1.1: V set domains (antibody variable domain-like) [48727] (33 protein domains)
  6. 2017323Protein Immunoglobulin heavy chain variable domain, VH [88543] (21 species)
    VH domains of human and mouse antibodies are clustered by the sequence similarity within the germline encoded segment and then by the size of the complementarity determining regions CDR1 and CDR2, so the clusters may correspond to putative germline families in the species genomes; VH domains with artificial or grafted exogenous CDRs are listed as engineered species
  7. 2017824Species Mouse (Mus musculus), cluster 3.2 [TaxId:10090] [88552] (181 PDB entries)
    Uniprot P01756 1-117 # 78% sequense identity; HV12_MOUSE Ig heavy chain V region MOPC 104E ! SQ NA # humanized antibody ! Uniprot P01750 # HV06_MOUSE Ig heavy chain V region 102 precursor ! Uniprot P01750 20-116 # ! HV06_MOUSE Ig heavy chain V region 102 precursor
  8. 2017841Domain d1n7ml1: 1n7m L:1-114 [80254]
    Other proteins in same PDB: d1n7mh1, d1n7mh2, d1n7ml2
    part of metal chelatase catalytic Fab 7G12; germline antibody; chain identifiers are probably mixed up
    complexed with mmp

Details for d1n7ml1

PDB Entry: 1n7m (more details), 1.8 Å

PDB Description: Germline 7G12 with N-methylmesoporphyrin
PDB Compounds: (L:) Germline Metal Chelatase Catalytic Antibody, chain L

SCOPe Domain Sequences for d1n7ml1:

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

>d1n7ml1 b.1.1.1 (L:1-114) Immunoglobulin heavy chain variable domain, VH {Mouse (Mus musculus), cluster 3.2 [TaxId: 10090]}

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