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PDBsum entry 6gss

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Protein-Protein interface: A}{B PDB id
6gss
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}{ * (22:22 res)

* Coloured by residue conservation
  
Protein-protein interface: }{

Key:       Salt
bridges
    Disulphide
bonds
    Hydrogen
bonds
    Non-bonded
contacts
Schematic diagram of interactions between protein chains. Interacting chains are joined by coloured lines, each representing a different type of interaction, as per the key above. The area of each circle is proportional to the surface area of the corresponding protein chain. The extent of the interface region on each chain is represented by the black wedge whose size signifies the interface surface area. Statistics for this interface are given below.
Interface statistics
Chain No. of
 interface 
residues
 Interface 
 area (Å2
No. of
salt
 bridges 
No. of
 disulphide 
bonds
No. of
 hydrogen 
bonds
No. of
 non-bonded 
 contacts 
  22     1183   - - 10 129
  22     1184  
Residue interactions across interface
Coloured by residue type
 
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Key:       Salt
bridges
    Disulphide
bonds
    Hydrogen
bonds
    Non-bonded
contacts
 
The number of H-bond lines between any two residues indicates the number of potential hydrogen bonds between them. For non-bonded contacts, which can be plentiful, the width of the striped line is proportional to the number of atomic contacts.
 
Residue colours: Positive (H,K,R); negative (D,E); S,T,N,Q = neutral; A,V,L,I,M = aliphatic; F,Y,W = aromatic; P,G = Pro&Gly; C = cysteine.

  Interface coloured by residue conservation
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