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      1cs7
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      1d07
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      1d3d
      1d3r
      1d7w
      1d9r
      1da1
      1dcr
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      1dis
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      1dm2
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      1doc
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      1dp7
      1e4h
      1e5a
      1e7b
      1e7c
      1eao
      1eba
      1eet
      1eg6
      1em0
      1f08
      1f1t
      1f5m
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Bromine in the structure of Complex Between the Extracellular Domain of Erythropoietin (Epo) Receptor [Ebp] and An Inactive Peptide [EMP33] Contains 3,5-Dibromotyrosine in Position 4 (Denoted Dby) (pdb 1eba)






The binding sites of Bromine atom in the structure of Complex Between the Extracellular Domain of Erythropoietin (Epo) Receptor [Ebp] and An Inactive Peptide [EMP33] Contains 3,5-Dibromotyrosine in Position 4 (Denoted Dby) (pdb code 1eba). This binding sites where shown with 5.0 Angstroms radius around Bromine atom.
The 1eba structure was solved by O.LIVNAH, E.A.STURA, I.A.WILSON, with X-Ray Crystallography technique, brief refinement statistics is given in the table below:
Resolution (A)50.0-2.7
Space groupP22121
a (A)58.890
b (A)75.009
c (A)130.527
alpha (°)90.00
beta (°)90.00
gamma (°)90.00
Rfactor (%)20
Rfree (%)29.9


Bromine Binding Sites:

Bromine binding site 1 out of 4 in 1eba


Bromine binding site 1 out of 4 in 1eba
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stereopicture of Bromine binding site 1 out of 4 in 1eba
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Mono- and Stereo- picture of 5.0 Angstrom coordination sphere 1 of Bromine in the PDB 1eba. Coordination sphere was calculated for all residues within 5.0 Angstroms distance from the central Bromine atom, shown by VdW sphere
Residues shown as a stick model or VDW spheres: C: Thr3, C: Dby4, D: Phe8, D: Trp13,

conact list:


AtomAtomDistance (A)
BrCB C:Thr34.95
BrCG2 C:Thr34.56
BrBR1 C:Dby40.00
BrCD1 C:Dby42.81
BrCD2 C:Dby44.59
BrCG C:Dby44.11
BrOH C:Dby42.94
BrCE2 C:Dby44.06
BrCZ C:Dby42.77
BrCE1 C:Dby41.84
BrN D:Phe84.68
BrCB D:Phe84.98
BrCE2 D:Phe83.43
BrCD1 D:Phe84.24
BrCD2 D:Phe83.66
BrCZ D:Phe83.64
BrCE1 D:Phe84.05
BrCG D:Phe84.08
BrCZ3 D:Trp134.97

interactive model:


Bromine binding site 2 out of 4 in 1eba


Bromine binding site 2 out of 4 in 1eba
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stereopicture of Bromine binding site 2 out of 4 in 1eba
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Mono- and Stereo- picture of 5.0 Angstrom coordination sphere 2 of Bromine in the PDB 1eba. Coordination sphere was calculated for all residues within 5.0 Angstroms distance from the central Bromine atom, shown by VdW sphere
Residues shown as a stick model or VDW spheres: B: Ser91, B: Ser92, B: Phe93, B: Val94, C: Dby4, C: Cys15, C: Lys16, C: Pro17,

conact list:


AtomAtomDistance (A)
BrO B:Ser914.82
BrCB B:Ser913.89
BrOG B:Ser914.51
BrC B:Ser914.01
BrCA B:Ser914.10
BrN B:Ser923.51
BrCB B:Ser924.43
BrC B:Ser924.35
BrCA B:Ser924.16
BrN B:Phe933.81
BrCB B:Phe934.61
BrCE2 B:Phe934.47
BrCD2 B:Phe933.76
BrCG B:Phe934.63
BrCA B:Phe934.68
BrN B:Val944.93
BrCG2 B:Val944.95
BrCD1 C:Dby44.57
BrCD2 C:Dby42.78
BrCG C:Dby44.08
BrOH C:Dby43.02
BrCE2 C:Dby41.83
BrCZ C:Dby42.78
BrCE1 C:Dby44.05
BrBR2 C:Dby40.00
BrO C:Cys154.39
BrC C:Lys164.74
BrN C:Pro174.23
BrCB C:Pro174.00
BrCD C:Pro173.83
BrCG C:Pro173.04
BrCA C:Pro174.30

interactive model:


Bromine binding site 3 out of 4 in 1eba


Bromine binding site 3 out of 4 in 1eba
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stereopicture of Bromine binding site 3 out of 4 in 1eba
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Mono- and Stereo- picture of 5.0 Angstrom coordination sphere 3 of Bromine in the PDB 1eba. Coordination sphere was calculated for all residues within 5.0 Angstroms distance from the central Bromine atom, shown by VdW sphere
Residues shown as a stick model or VDW spheres: A: Ser92, A: Phe93, C: Phe8, C: Trp13, D: Thr3, D: Dby4,

conact list:


AtomAtomDistance (A)
BrN A:Ser924.77
BrCB A:Ser924.53
BrOG A:Ser924.97
BrCE2 A:Phe934.36
BrCD2 A:Phe934.50
BrCE2 C:Phe84.19
BrCD1 C:Phe84.65
BrCD2 C:Phe84.50
BrCZ C:Phe84.09
BrCE1 C:Phe84.34
BrCG C:Phe84.74
BrCZ3 C:Trp134.90
BrN D:Thr34.66
BrCA D:Thr34.98
BrBR1 D:Dby40.00
BrCD1 D:Dby42.78
BrCD2 D:Dby44.58
BrCG D:Dby44.08
BrOH D:Dby43.00
BrCE2 D:Dby44.07
BrCZ D:Dby42.78
BrCE1 D:Dby41.82

interactive model:


Bromine binding site 4 out of 4 in 1eba


Bromine binding site 4 out of 4 in 1eba
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stereopicture of Bromine binding site 4 out of 4 in 1eba
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Mono- and Stereo- picture of 5.0 Angstrom coordination sphere 4 of Bromine in the PDB 1eba. Coordination sphere was calculated for all residues within 5.0 Angstroms distance from the central Bromine atom, shown by VdW sphere
Residues shown as a stick model or VDW spheres: A: Phe93, A: Val94, D: Dby4, D: Pro17, D: Gln18,

conact list:


AtomAtomDistance (A)
BrN A:Phe934.28
BrCB A:Phe933.92
BrCD2 A:Phe934.54
BrC A:Phe934.61
BrCG A:Phe934.74
BrCA A:Phe934.45
BrN A:Val944.60
BrCG1 A:Val943.79
BrCD1 D:Dby44.60
BrCD2 D:Dby42.80
BrCG D:Dby44.11
BrOH D:Dby43.03
BrCE2 D:Dby41.84
BrCZ D:Dby42.80
BrCE1 D:Dby44.09
BrBR2 D:Dby40.00
BrN D:Pro174.56
BrCB D:Pro173.26
BrCD D:Pro174.86
BrC D:Pro174.70
BrCG D:Pro174.57
BrCA D:Pro173.62
BrN D:Gln184.98

interactive model:




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