Homologous Superfamily

Structures: Tumour necrosis factor-like domain superfamily (IPR008983)


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

1xu1  1i9r  1oqe  4db5  2hey  2tun  3b9i  4oum  2z5w  3qd6  1osg  3fc0  4ht1  1pk6  4giq  1u5x  4dou  2r6q  3k51  1jtz  1c3h  2re9  3tyj  4mxw  1du3  1gr3  4nn0  4tsv  2az5  4n90  1d2q  2rjk  2o0o  3twi  3wd5  2x29  2wnu  3urf  4mxv  1tnr  1d0g  1iqa  1s55  2zpx  2r30  3b93  1a8m  2r32  4f3j  1u5z  2jg9  2jg8  4kgg  4kgq  1kxg  1oqd  3me2  1xu2  2q8o  1kd7  3qbq  3lkj  4ous  1u5y  2hev  1dg6  1rj7  3k48  5tsw  2q1m  2qe3  3b94  2hew  1wck  3l9j  3mi8  3alq  3it8  1rj8  4kg8  4oul  1tnf  4g3y  1c28  2e7a  2rjl  4e4d  3ab0  2zjc  2qdn  4j6g  1d4v  1o91  2tnf  3v56  4g4f  4en0  1aly  1jh5  2wnv 


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.