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    PDB 1aoo-3kso
      1aoo
      1aqq
      1q06
      2aw0
      2g7n
      2ke8
      2qcp
      2vb3
      2x17
      2x50
      3h94
      3kso

Silver in the structure of 1.0 A Structure of Cusf-Ag(I) Residues 10-88 From Escherichia Coli (pdb 2qcp)






The binding sites of Silver atom in the structure of 1.0 A Structure of Cusf-Ag(I) Residues 10-88 From Escherichia Coli (pdb code 2qcp). This binding sites where shown with 5.0 Angstroms radius around Silver atom.
The 2qcp structure was solved by I.R.LOFTIN, with X-Ray Crystallography technique, brief refinement statistics is given in the table below:
Resolution (A)19.7-1.0
Space groupP212121
a (A)38.118
b (A)39.351
c (A)44.423
alpha (°)90.00
beta (°)90.00
gamma (°)90.00
Rfactor (%)15.9
Rfree (%)18.6


Silver Binding Sites:

Silver binding site 1 out of 1 in 2qcp


Silver binding site 1 out of 1 in 2qcp
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stereopicture of Silver binding site 1 out of 1 in 2qcp
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Mono- and Stereo- picture of 5.0 Angstrom coordination sphere 1 of Silver in the PDB 2qcp. Coordination sphere was calculated for all residues within 5.0 Angstroms distance from the central Silver atom, shown by VdW sphere
Residues shown as a stick model or VDW spheres: X: His36, X: Trp44, X: Met47, X: Met49, X: Phe51,

conact list:


AtomAtomDistance (A)
AgNE2 X:His362.23
AgND1 X:His364.34
AgCD2 X:His363.29
AgCE1 X:His363.17
AgCG X:His364.42
AgCB X:Trp444.68
AgCD2 X:Trp443.52
AgCE3 X:Trp442.82
AgCG X:Trp444.35
AgCZ3 X:Trp442.96
AgCZ2 X:Trp444.35
AgCE2 X:Trp444.21
AgCH2 X:Trp443.81
AgCB X:Met473.72
AgCB X:Met474.09
AgCE X:Met473.24
AgCE X:Met473.80
AgCG X:Met473.48
AgCG X:Met473.92
AgSD X:Met472.45
AgSD X:Met472.68
AgCB X:Met493.37
AgCB X:Met493.42
AgCE X:Met493.45
AgCE X:Met493.41
AgCG X:Met493.63
AgCG X:Met493.14
AgSD X:Met492.57
AgSD X:Met492.44
AgCA X:Met494.79
AgCA X:Met494.71
AgCZ X:Phe514.60

interactive model:




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