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Structures: Fructose-1,6-bisphosphatase, active site (IPR020548)


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

1spi  4gbw  2wbb  1eyj  3kbz  1nv4  4gbv  1fpb  4h45  1rdx  2ox3  1fj6  1eyk  1bk4  1yyz  4gx3  1nv5  1lev  1fpf  1nv3  4gww  1fpk  4gwz  1rdy  1frp  4gx6  1nuw  1nv7  2q8m  1fbp  4he2  1fbg  1nv1  4kxp  1nux  4gws  1d9q  2wbd  3kc0  1fsa  1fpl  1kz8  1q9d  3ifc  2fix  1yxi  1fbh  2f3b  1fj9  1fpe  3fbp  4he1  1dcu  1fbd  2fbp  1cnq  4gwu  1fpg  4h46  2qvv  2fie  4gwy  2y5k  1fbe  1nv0  4gwx  2y5l  1nuy  1fbf  2fhy  4mjo  1fbc  5fbp  4he0  1yz0  4fbp  1rdz  1nv2  1nuz  2vt5  2qvr  2gq1  2owz  1dbz  1fpj  1eyi  1fpd  1fta  3kc1  3a29  2jjk  1nv6  3ifa  4gx4  2f3d  1fpi  2qvu 


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.