Structures: Zinc finger, nuclear hormone receptor-type (IPR001628)


The Protein Data Bank (PDB) is a repository for the 3-D structural data of large biological molecules, such as proteins and nucleic acids.

1k74  2p1t  2gda  1r4r  3g8x  3dzu  1lo1  4hn5  1rdt  1kb6  2p1u  3g6r  3g6q  3g9p  1r0o  1xvp  3g6p  1glu  1rxr  2a66  1by4  3g9j  1dsz  1xls  1g1u  3g9o  3g8u  1fm9  2acl  1fm6  1lat  1hra  2p1v  1hcp  1hcq  3fyl  3g97  3m9e  2ff0  1g5y  2c7a  1cit  3g9m  1r0n  3g9i  4nqa  1ynw  2han  1r4i  1ovl  3e00  1mv9  1lbd  1mvc  1a6y  4iqr  1xv9  1r4o  1fby  4tnt  1ga5  1gdc  3cbb  3dzy  2nll  4hn6  3g99  1kb4  3g6u  1mzn  1xdk  1rgd  1hlz  3g6t  4aa6  1kb2 


CATH is a hierarchical classification of protein model structures. 


The Structural Classification of Proteins (SCOP) database is a largely manual classification of protein structural domains based on similarities of their amino acid sequences and three-dimensional structures.

g.39.1.2  a.123.1.1