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 Protein Homology/analogY Recognition Engine V 2.0


 

Fold library entry viewer: c2jqlA_

Fold library idPDB HeaderMoleculeTitle
c2jqlA_PDB header: cell cycleChain: A: PDB Molecule: dna damage response protein kinase dun1;PDBTitle: nmr structure of the yeast dun1 fha domain in complex with2 a doubly phosphorylated (pt) peptide derived from rad533 scd1


Added to library: Tue Mar 16 13:04:52 2010
 
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Sequence KRQQRSNKPSSEYTCLGHLVNLIPGKEQKVEITNRNVTTIGRSRSCDVILSEPDISTFHAEFHLLQMDVD
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Sequence NFQRNLINVIDKSRNGTFINGNRLVKKDYILKNGDRIVFGKSCSFLFKYASSSSTDIENDDEKVSSESRS
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