PDB entry 2n1t: Dynamic binding mode of a synaptotagmin-1-SNARE complex in solution
PDB entry 2n1t
Dynamic binding mode of a synaptotagmin-1-snare complex in solution
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|Experiment type:||Solution NMR|
|Authors:||Brewer, K., Bacaj, T., Cavalli, A., Camilloni, C., Swarbrick, J., Liu, J., Zhou, A., Zhou, P., Barlow, N., Xu, J., Seven, A., Prinslow, E., Voleti, R., Haussinger, D., Bonvin, A., Tomchick, D., Vendruscolo, M., Graham, B., Sudhof, T., Rizo, J.|
|Species:||Homo sapiens (Human), Rattus norvegicus (Rat)|
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