Structures: P-type ATPase (IPR001757)


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

1u7q  2yj3  2c9m  4j2t  3wgu  2by4  3rfu  3w5d  2agv  4bev  3w5a  3ar8  1iwo  2yj6  4hyt  2zxe  3a1e  3b8e  2o9j  3ar7  2yj4  2a00  3b9b  4bbj  3a1c  2oa0  1mo8  3ar5  3fpb  2a29  1mo7  3ar6  2c8l  1q3i  2eat  2zbf  3tlm  2eau  3fgo  2iye  2ear  3w5c  1t5s  4kyt  1svj  1wpg  2arf  2dqs  3n8g  1su4  3ar2  2zbd  3ar9  1xp5  3wgv  2b8e  2c8k  3sky  3nam  3nal  2c88  3fps  3ar4  2zbe  3w5b  2yfy  3a1d  3ba6  3a3y  4h1w  2zbg  1vfp  3n5k  3skx  3ar3  4byg  3kdp  3b9r  3nan  1t5t  2yj5 


CATH is a hierarchical classification of protein model structures.

1.20.1110.10  3.40.1110.10 


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.

f.33.1.1  b.82.7.1  d.220.1.1  c.108.1.7