Structures: Transketolase-like, pyrimidine-binding domain (IPR005475)


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

3uk1  2bff  3exi  3mos  3upt  3rim  3m7i  1x7w  1tkb  1v11  4kxy  2j9f  2ozl  1w85  1dtw  1ay0  1v1r  1r9j  1ngs  4c7x  1trk  1x80  2bfd  2r8p  2bew  2o1s  3dva  1itz  3m34  3l84  1qs0  1wci  3exh  4kxx  2r5n  1ik6  3duf  2beu  1x7x  1x7z  3kom  1tka  2bp7  1v16  1umc  2bfb  1v1m  3dv0  3ooy  1gpu  3exg  3m49  1olu  1ols  1w88  1qgd  2r8o  2bev  2bfc  2e6k  1x7y  1um9  4kxv  1umb  2bfe  4c7v  2o1x  1umd  1ni4  3m6l  1tkc  1u5b  1olx  3hyl  4kxu  3exf  3exe  4kxw 


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.

c.36.1.6  c.36.1.7