X-Ray Diffraction data from Constitutively active Sin recombinase cataltyic domain - I113V, source of 5C31 structure

Data DOI: 10.15785/SBGRID/146 | ID: 146

Publication DOI: 10.1093/nar/gkx1309

5C31 Coordinates: Viewer, PDB, MMDB

Rice Laboratory, University of Chicago

Release Date: 9 Jan 2018

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Biological Sample:

Constitutively active Sin recombinase cataltyic domain - I113V

Dataset Type:

X-Ray Diffraction

Subject Composition:

Protein

Collection Facility:

23-ID-B, GM/CA, APS, Lemont, IL

Data Creation Date:

20 Jul 2014

Related Datasets:

None


Cite this Dataset

Trejo, CS; Rice, P. 2018. "X-Ray Diffraction data for: Constitutively active Sin recombinase cataltyic domain - I113V. PDB Code 5C31", SBGrid Data Bank, V1, http://dx.doi.org/10.15785/SBGRID/146.

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Dataset Description

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Project Members

Name Additional Roles Affiliation While Working on the Project
Caitlin S TrejoData Collector, Depositorgraduate student
Phoebe RicePIUniversity of Chicago

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