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    {{ template.Protein{ leadContact:"", title:"",site:'JCSG', status:'Diffraction', date:"2012-10-10", targetid:"386390", pdbid:"", source:"Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron vpi-5482", relatedPDBs:[], refids:"NP_812381.1", molwt:"48408.24", residues:"430", isopoint:"8.61", sequence:"qtweplfngknlkgwkklngkaeykivdgaivgiskmgtpntflattknygdfilefdfkiddglnsgv qlrseskkdyqngrvhgyqfeidpskrawsggiydearrnwlypltlnpaaktafknnawnkarieaig nsirtwingvpcaniwddmtpsgfialqvhaignaseegktvswkdiricttdveryqtpeteeapern miantispreakegwallwdgktnngwrgaklnafpekgwkmedgilkvmksggaesanggdivttrky knfiltvdfkitegansgvkyfvnpdlnkgegsaigcefqildddkhpdaklgvkgnrklgslydlipa pekkpfnkkdfntatiivqdnhvehwlngvklieytrntdmwnalvayskyknwpnfgnsaegnillqd hgdevwfknvkikelk", method:"", numchains:"", resolution:"", rfree:"", mattcoeff:"", rfactor:"", waters:"", solcontent:"", ligands:"", metals:"", model:"False", uniprot:"", pubmed:"" } }}

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    This protein is classified in the Pfam family DUF1080 (PF06439) in the concanavalin clan CL0004 which are concanavalin-like lectin/glucanase proteins.

    There are 3 other structures in the DUF1080 Pfam, all JCSG structures from gut bacteria with PDB ids 3s5q, 3nmb and 3osd. However, the main difference in this protein/structure is that each monomer is made up of 2 DUF1080 domains so there is a gene duplication. This is also a secreted protein.

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    Version from 20:45, 14 Nov 2012

    This revision modified by debanu (Ban)
    {{ template.Protein{ leadContact:"", title:"",site:'JCSG', status:'Diffraction', date:"2012-10-10", targetid:"386390", pdbid:"", source:"Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron vpi-5482", relatedPDBs:[], refids:"NP_812381.1", molwt:"48408.24", residues:"430", isopoint:"8.61", sequence:"qtweplfngknlkgwkklngkaeykivdgaivgiskmgtpntflattknygdfilefdfkiddglnsgv qlrseskkdyqngrvhgyqfeidpskrawsggiydearrnwlypltlnpaaktafknnawnkarieaig nsirtwingvpcaniwddmtpsgfialqvhaignaseegktvswkdiricttdveryqtpeteeapern miantispreakegwallwdgktnngwrgaklnafpekgwkmedgilkvmksggaesanggdivttrky knfiltvdfkitegansgvkyfvnpdlnkgegsaigcefqildddkhpdaklgvkgnrklgslydlipa pekkpfnkkdfntatiivqdnhvehwlngvklieytrntdmwnalvayskyknwpnfgnsaegnillqd hgdevwfknvkikelk", method:"", numchains:"", resolution:"", rfree:"", mattcoeff:"", rfactor:"", waters:"", solcontent:"", ligands:"", metals:"", model:"False", uniprot:"", pubmed:"" } }}

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    Version as of 20:49, 14 Nov 2012

    This revision modified by debanu (Ban)
    {{ template.Protein{ leadContact:"", title:"",site:'JCSG', status:'Diffraction', date:"2012-10-10", targetid:"386390", pdbid:"", source:"Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron vpi-5482", relatedPDBs:[], refids:"NP_812381.1", molwt:"48408.24", residues:"430", isopoint:"8.61", sequence:"qtweplfngknlkgwkklngkaeykivdgaivgiskmgtpntflattknygdfilefdfkiddglnsgv qlrseskkdyqngrvhgyqfeidpskrawsggiydearrnwlypltlnpaaktafknnawnkarieaig nsirtwingvpcaniwddmtpsgfialqvhaignaseegktvswkdiricttdveryqtpeteeapern miantispreakegwallwdgktnngwrgaklnafpekgwkmedgilkvmksggaesanggdivttrky knfiltvdfkitegansgvkyfvnpdlnkgegsaigcefqildddkhpdaklgvkgnrklgslydlipa pekkpfnkkdfntatiivqdnhvehwlngvklieytrntdmwnalvayskyknwpnfgnsaegnillqd hgdevwfknvkikelk", method:"", numchains:"", resolution:"", rfree:"", mattcoeff:"", rfactor:"", waters:"", solcontent:"", ligands:"", metals:"", model:"False", uniprot:"", pubmed:"" } }}

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    This protein is classified in the Pfam family DUF1080 (PF06439) in the concanavalin clan CL0004 which are concanavalin-like lectin/glucanase proteins.

    There are 3 other structures in the DUF1080 Pfam, all JCSG structures from gut bacteria with PDB ids 3s5q, 3nmb and 3osd. However, the main difference in this protein/structure is that each monomer is made up of 2 DUF1080 domains so there is a gene duplication. This is also a secreted protein.

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