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Backbone chemical shifts assignments of d -allose binding protein in the free form and in complex with d -allose

Backbone chemical shifts assignments of d -allose binding protein in the free form and in complex with d -allose,10.1007/s12104-010-9260-7,Biomolecula

Backbone chemical shifts assignments of d -allose binding protein in the free form and in complex with d -allose   (Citations: 1)
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d-allose binding protein (ALBP) belongs to the family of perisplamic receptors of the bacterial ABC transporter system. ALBP experiences a significant conformational rearrangement upon binding to the sugar. Here, we report the sequential backbone assignment for the ALBP from Escherichia coli in the free form (BMRB no. 16982) and in complex with d-allose (BMRB no. 16984).
Journal: Biomolecular Nmr Assignments - BIOMOL NMR ASSIGN , vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 31-34, 2011
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