Structures: Band 3 anion transport protein (P02730)

Accession
P02730 (B3AT_HUMAN)
Species
Homo sapiens (Human)
Length
911 amino acids (complete)
Source: UniProtKB


Domains and repeats

  1. Domain
1 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 911

Structural features and predictions

  1. no IPR
    Structural features
    1. CATH
    2. PDB
    3. SCOP
  1. no IPR
    Structural predictions
    1. MODBASE

Solved structures for this protein

ID Structure Description
1bh7 Structure image for 1bh7 A LOW ENERGY STRUCTURE FOR THE FINAL CYTOPLASMIC LOOP OF BAND 3, NMR, MINIMIZED AVERAGE STRUCTURE
3btb Structure image for 3btb NMR SOLUTION STRUCTURE OF A BAND 3 PEPTIDE INHIBITOR BOUND TO GLYCERALDEHYDE-3-PHOSPHATE DEHYDROGENASE, 20 STRUCTURES
1bnx Structure image for 1bnx STRUCTURAL STUDIES ON THE EFFECTS OF THE DELETION IN THE RED CELL ANION EXCHANGER (BAND3, AE1) ASSOCIATED WITH SOUTH EAST ASIAN OVALOCYTOSIS.
1btq Structure image for 1btq THE SOLUTION STRUCTURES OF THE FIRST AND SECOND TRANSMEMBRANE-SPANNING SEGMENTS OF BAND 3
4ky9 Structure image for 4ky9 Structural and Functional Analysis of a Putative Substrate Access Tunnel in the Cytosolic Domain of Human Anion Exchanger 1
2bta Structure image for 2bta NMR STUDY OF N-TERMINAL HUMAN BAND 3 PEPTIDE, RESIDUES 1-15
1btt Structure image for 1btt THE SOLUTION STRUCTURES OF THE FIRST AND SECOND TRANSMEMBRANE-SPANNING SEGMENTS OF BAND 3
1bzk Structure image for 1bzk STRUCTURAL STUDIES ON THE EFFECTS OF THE DELETION IN THE RED CELL ANION EXCHANGER (BAND3, AE1) ASSOCIATED WITH SOUTH EAST ASIAN OVALOCYTOSIS.
2btb Structure image for 2btb NMR STUDY OF N-TERMINAL HUMAN BAND 3 PEPTIDE, RESIDUES 1-15
4yzf Structure image for 4yzf Crystal structure of the anion exchanger domain of human erythrocyte Band 3
1btr Structure image for 1btr THE SOLUTION STRUCTURES OF THE FIRST AND SECOND TRANSMEMBRANE-SPANNING SEGMENTS OF BAND 3
1hyn Structure image for 1hyn CRYSTAL STRUCTURE OF THE CYTOPLASMIC DOMAIN OF HUMAN ERYTHROCYTE BAND-3 PROTEIN
1bts Structure image for 1bts THE SOLUTION STRUCTURES OF THE FIRST AND SECOND TRANSMEMBRANE-SPANNING SEGMENTS OF BAND 3