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Structure: 6NZD

Summary

6nzd
PDB entry 6nzd: Cryo-EM Structure of the Lysosomal Folliculin Complex (FLCN-FNIP2-RagA-RagC-Ragulator)
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PDB entry 6nzd

Cryo-em structure of the lysosomal folliculin complex (flcn-fnip2-raga-ragc-ragulator)

Experiment type: Electron Microscopy, resolution 3.60Å
Release date: 2019-12-18
Authors: Fromm, S.A., Young, L.N., Hurley, J.H.
Species: Homo sapiens (Human)

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Domain organisation

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Sequence mapping

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PDB UniProt Pfam family
Chain Start End ID Start End
A 48 68 Q6IAA8 48 68 LAMTOR (PF15454)
B 5 95 Q9Y2Q5 5 95 Robl_LC7 (PF03259)
C 3 121 Q9UHA4 3 121 MAPKK1_Int (PF08923)
E 83 170 O43504 1 88 LAMTOR5 (PF16672)
F 10 235 Q7L523 10 235 Gtr1_RagA (PF04670)
G 63 289 Q9HB90 63 289 Gtr1_RagA (PF04670)
H 104 265 Q8NFG4 104 265 Folliculin (PF11704)
H 344 558 Q8NFG4 344 558 Folliculin_C (PF16692)
I 46 168 Q9P278 46 168 FNIP_N (PF14636)
I 310 528 Q9P278 310 528 FNIP_M (PF14637)
I 941 1106 Q9P278 941 1106 FNIP_C (PF14638)

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