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Structure: 6TUB


PDB entry 6tub: Beta-endorphin amyloid fibril
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PDB entry 6tub

Beta-endorphin amyloid fibril

Experiment type: Solid-state NMR
Release date: 2020-12-16
Authors: Verasdonck, J., Seuring, C., Gath, J., Ghosh, D., Nespovitaya, N., Waelti, M.A., Maji, S., Cadalbert, R., Boeckmann, A., Guentert, P., Meier, B.H., Riek, R.
Species: Homo sapiens (Human)


Below is the PDBprint for entry 6tub.

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Domain organisation

Many structures in the PDB are linked to one or more UniProt protein sequence entries. This section shows the Pfam domains which are found on the UniProt sequence(s) referred to by this structure.

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Sequence mapping

For those sequences which have a structure in the Protein DataBank, we use the mapping between UniProt, PDB and Pfam coordinate systems from PDBe, to allow us to map Pfam domains onto UniProt three-dimensional structures. The table below shows the sequences and Pfam domains that correspond to this structure.

PDB UniProt Pfam family
Chain Start End ID Start End
A 1 28 P01189 237 264 Op_neuropeptide (PF08035)
B 1 28 P01189 237 264 Op_neuropeptide (PF08035)
C 1 28 P01189 237 264 Op_neuropeptide (PF08035)
D 1 28 P01189 237 264 Op_neuropeptide (PF08035)
E 1 28 P01189 237 264 Op_neuropeptide (PF08035)
F 1 28 P01189 237 264 Op_neuropeptide (PF08035)

Note: This mapping was provided by the PDBe group.

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