The applet to the left shows the structure of PDB entry 3V79, along with the Pfam domains that map onto that structure.
The protein backbone is drawn as secondary structure elements, and is coloured according to the Pfam domains found on the structure. Regions of the protein that represent Pfam domains are also surrounded by a semi-transparent molecular surface, representing the van der Waal's surface for the atoms that fall within the domain. Regions of protein that are not assigned to a Pfam-A region are shown in grey.
Molecular surfaces can be turned on and off using the buttons in the table below. Details of the mapping between the PDB structure, UniProt sequence and Pfam domain are also given in the table.
All surfaces are initially drawn as semi-transparent membranes, but you may find it quicker to manipulate the view if the surfaces are drawn as solids..
|PDB||UniProt||Pfam family||Colour||Show/hide surface|
|C||34||164||SUH_HUMAN||48||178||LAG1-DNAbind ( PF09271)||Show|
|C||165||314||SUH_HUMAN||179||328||BTD ( PF09270)||Show|
|K||1884||1927||NOTC1_HUMAN||1883||1926||Ank ( PF00023)||Show|
|K||1929||1982||NOTC1_HUMAN||1928||1981||Ank_4 ( PF13637)||Show|
|K||1972||2059||NOTC1_HUMAN||1971||2058||Ank_2 ( PF12796)||Show|
|K||2000||2093||NOTC1_HUMAN||1999||2092||Ank_2 ( PF12796)||Show|
|M||16||70||MAML1_HUMAN||16||70||MamL-1 ( PF09596)||Show|
|Not assigned to a Pfam-A region||Show|
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