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myristoylated recoverin in the calcium-free state, NMR, 22 structures

The structure was published by Tanaka, T., Ames, J.B., Harvey, T.S., Stryer, L., and Ikura, M., in 1995 in a paper entitled "Sequestration of the membrane-targeting myristoyl group of recoverin in the calcium-free state." (abstract).

The structure was determined using NMR spectroscopy and deposited in 1996.

The experimental data on which the structure is based was also deposited.

The PDB entry contains the structure of RECOVERIN. This molecule has the UniProt identifier P21457 (RECO_BOVIN)search. The sample contained 201 residues which is 100% of the natural sequence. Out of 201 residues 188 were observed and are deposited in the PDB.

It also contains one or more heterogenic compounds (e.g., ligands, co-factors, ions, modified amino acids, etc.); see here for a complete list.

The molecule is most likely monomeric.

The following tables show cross-reference information to other databases (to obtain a list of all PDB entries sharing the same property or classification, click on the magnifying glass icon):


Chain Name UniProt Name of source organism % of UniProt sequence present in the sample Residues in the sample molecules % of residues observed
A RECOVERIN P21457 (2-202) (RECO_BOVIN)search Bos taurussearch 94% 201 93%


This entry contains 1 unique UniProt protein:

UniProt accession Name Organism PDB
P21457 (2 - 202) RECOVERIN Bos taurus

Chain Structural classification (SCOP) Structural classification (CATH) Sequence family (Pfam)
A (P21457) Calmodulin-likesearch EF-handsearch PF00036: EF handsearch

Chain ID Molecular function (GO) Cellular component (GO) Biological process (GO)
A (P21457) calcium ion bindingsearch protein bindingsearch metal ion bindingsearch cytosolsearch response to stimulussearch phototransductionsearch visual perceptionsearch regulation of calcium ion transportsearch

Chain InterPro annotation
A EF-hand domainsearch EF-hand domain pairsearch EF-Hand 1, calcium-binding sitesearch Recoverin familysearch