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5-OH of WEL exhibited a high probability of glucuronidation because it was accessible to the catalytic domain of UGTIAs.
Docking and re-docking were performed in order to analyze the main physicochemical and thermodynamically issues of the interaction of 3,5 DCQA with the catalytic domain of HTLV-I IN (Figure 3).
Iodoacetamide Tagging of Critical Cysteine Residues Within the Catalytic Domain of Furin Provides Evidence of Disulfide Bond Location.
1988) and represents the most conserved portion within the catalytic domain.
As calculated by SWISSMODEL workspace, there is a catalytic domain from residues 91 to 352 in goat p70S6K; the quaternary structure is shown in Figure 2.
The truncated catalytic domain of MMP-9 (MMP-9 CD) comprising residues 107-216 and 391-444 was constructed and cloned into a pET-15b vector (Novagen Brand), resulting in expression plasmid pET15b-MMP-9 CD (Jiang et al 2010).
Xyn1B contained one catalytic domain belongs to glycosyl hydrolase family 11 and no dockerin domain was observed although a linker sequence was found in the C terminal of the polypeptide.
The domain structure of Chi-54 gene shows a cellulose binding domain (CBD), chitin binding domain (ChBD), a catalytic domain (CD), and a signal peptide (SP), (Fig 1).
The catalytic domain is referred to as the A-chain of DT (DTA); the remainder is referred to as the B-chain.
Cysteine Residues in the Catalytic Domain of Mammalian Furin Form Disulfide Bonds That are Critical for Catalytic Activity.
The research article, entitled "Structure of the Catalytic Domain of Human Polo-like Kinase 1" was published in the May 22, 2007 issue of Biochemistry.