PDB entry 1pi1: Crystal structure of a human Mob1 protein; toward understanding Mob-regulated cell cycle pathways.
PDB entry 1pi1
Crystal structure of a human mob1 protein; toward understanding mob-regulated cell cycle pathways.
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|Experiment type:||Other, resolution 2.00Å|
|Authors:||Stavridi, E.S., Harris, K.G., Huyen, Y., Bothos, J., Voewerd, P.M., Stayrook, S.E., Jeffrey, P.D., Pavletich, N.P., Luca, F.C.|
|Species:||Homo sapiens (Human|
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