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Fig. 2

Fig. 2. SSGCID Structure Determination Pipeline. From: The Seattle Structural Genomics Center for Infectious Disease (SSGCID).

Inset box shows code for sites performing Target Selection, Cloning & Expression Screening, Protein Production, Crystallization, and Data Collection & Structure Solution.

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Fig. 1

Fig. 1. SSGCID Management and Organization. From: The Seattle Structural Genomics Center for Infectious Disease (SSGCID).

SBRI: Seattle Biomedical Research Institute, deCODE: deCODE biostructures, UW-PPG: University of Washington Protein Production Group, UW-NMR: University of Washington NMR Group, PNNL: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.

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Fig. 3

Fig. 3. Selected protein structures from SSGCID. From: The Seattle Structural Genomics Center for Infectious Disease (SSGCID).

Panel I. The solution structure for BolA-like protein PFE0790c from P. falciparum (PDB ID: 2KDN). The ribbon image on the left represents the ensemble of the final 20 NMR structures superimposed on the average structure, while the right cartoon represents the structure closest to the average structure with the three α-helices and three β-strands labeled. For clarity, the unstructured, N-terminal 22-residue tag has been removed from both structures. Color scheme: Helices = red, β-strands = cyan, loops and turns = grey. Panel II. Ribbon drawing of the RNA methyltransferase BupsA.00072.a from B. pseudomallei (3E5Y). The asymmetric unit contains a dimer of two molecules, which is the biological unit. On the left dimer, the thread of the knot can be seen as the orange-red section passing through the yellow-green section. These are roughly residues 80–120 of the 156 amino acid protein. Panel III. Ligand-bound structures of BupsA.00114.a, phosphoglycerate mutase from B. pseudomallei (3EZN). The reaction catalyzed by this enzyme is shown in the top panel. Close-ups of the active site of the phosphoglycerate mutase reveal the 3PG substrate and a transition-state intermediate as a covalently-bound phosphate (left panel), which can be mimicked by vanadate + glycerol (center panel). The final product, 2,3-BPG is shown in the right panel. Panel IV. Fragment-bound Structures from BupsA.00027.a, a glutaryl-CoA dehydrogenase from B. pseudomallei (3D6B). The left panel contains a ribbon diagram of BupsA.00027.a colored by secondary structure, showing α-helices (red), and β-sheets (yellow). Three different fragments (cyan, pink and purple) are superimposed/bound in the active-site. The right panel shows a close-up up of active-site binding pocket, showing the same three fragments. Panel V. Hexameric structure of inorganic pyrophosphatase, RiprA.00023.a, from Rickettsia prowazekii (3D53). Each 20 kDa monomer is colored differently (magenta, gray, green, yellow, pink, peach). Panel VI. Endogenous co-factor (NAD) bound to the glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase, BrabA.00052.a, from B. melitenesis (3DOC) The NAD molecule is shown as a space-filling model within the ribbon diagram of the protein.

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