Bioinorganic Chemistry and Applications / 2015 / Article / Fig 2

Research Article

N-Terminal Region of GbIspH1, Ginkgo biloba IspH Type 1, May Be Involved in the pH-Dependent Regulation of Enzyme Activity

Figure 2

I-TASSER predicted structure of GbIspH1-full (a) is presented with bacterial IspH ((b), 3KE8 in orange). Residues of the conserved Cys, His, and Phe are depicted with ball and stick model, and the substrate HMBPP is represented with stick model. The extra N-terminal regions (magenta: 1–61, green: 52–131) were colored differently.

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