General information
PDB ID 2AAR
Title STRUCTURE OF TRIGGER FACTOR BINDING DOMAIN IN BIOLOGICALLY HOMOLOGOUS COMPLEX WITH EUBACTERIAL RIBOSOME.
PDB header RIBOSOME
Date 2005-07-14
Experimental method X-RAY DIFFRACTION
Resolution (A) 3.5
Kind rna
Organism DEINOCOCCUS RADIODURANS
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File: Protein chains: DNA chains: RNA chains: No. of models: Action:
PDB entry:
pdb2aar.pdb RW7 0 0
Biounits:
2aar.pdb1.pdb RW7 0 1
Pfam domains
Name: Type: Domain: E-value: Significance: Clan: Prot. chain: Start res.: End res.: Nuc. chains: Int. mode: Action:
Trigger_N Family Q9RT21_2-114 4.4e-27 1 No_clan 7 1 113   
Ribosomal_L23 Family Q9RXK0_5-90 1e-29 1 No_clan R 5 90   
Ribosomal_L29 Family Q9RXJ4_4-59 2.2e-17 1 CL0346 W 4 59   
SCOP domains
Classification: Protein: Prot. chain: Start res.: End res.: Nuc. chains: Int. mode: Action:
Class: Alpha and beta proteins (a+b)
  Fold: Ribosomal proteins S24e, L23 and L15e
    Superfamily: Ribosomal proteins S24e, L23 and L15e
      Family: L23p
Ribosomal protein L23 R 2 94 -
Class: All alpha proteins
  Fold: Long alpha-hairpin
    Superfamily: Ribosomal protein L29 (L29p)
      Family: Ribosomal protein L29 (L29p)
Ribosomal protein L29 (L29p) W 2 66 -
GO terms
Protein chains: GO type: GO description:
7=2-114 C cytoplasm
7=2-114 F peptidyl-prolyl cis-trans isomerase activity
7=2-114 F rRNA binding
7=2-114 P protein folding
7=2-114 P cell cycle
7=2-114 P protein transport
7=2-114 P cell division
7=2-114 P protein peptidyl-prolyl isomerization
R=1-95 C ribosome
R=1-95 F structural constituent of ribosome
R=1-95 F nucleotide binding
R=1-95 P translation
Sequences
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