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Default NMR structure of the Bordetella bronchiseptica protein NP_888769.1 establishes a new phage-related protein family PF13554.

NMR structure of the Bordetella bronchiseptica protein NP_888769.1 establishes a new phage-related protein family PF13554.

NMR structure of the Bordetella bronchiseptica protein NP_888769.1 establishes a new phage-related protein family PF13554.

Protein Sci. 2011 Apr 21;

Authors: Atia-Tul-Wahab , Serrano P, Geralt M, WŁthrich K

The solution structure of the hypothetical phage-related protein NP_888769.1 from the gram-negative bacterium Bordetella bronchoseptica contains a well-structured core comprising a five-stranded, antiparallel ?-sheet packed on one side against two ?-helices and a short ?-hairpin with three flexibly disordered loops extending from the central ?-sheet. A homology search with the software DALI identified two Protein Data Bank deposits with Z-scores > 8, where both of these proteins have less than 8% sequence identity relative to NP_888769.1, and one has been functionally annotated as a lambda phage tail terminator protein. A sequence-homology analysis then confirmed that NP_888769.1 represents the first three-dimensional structural representative of a new protein family that was previously predicted by the Joint Center for Structural Genomics, which includes so far about twenty prophage proteins encoded in bacterial genomes.

PMID: 21520320 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]



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