Provides a detailed covalent, molecular and genetic description of a single structure entry. The report includes the following information:
Ligand and Prosthetic Groups
Natural and Genetic Source
This section includes the following item:
mmCIF token displayed
Relationship to the PDB File
Category specific keywords that describe the chemical nature of the structure
RNA binding protein
Found in the KEYWDS record.
Descriptive terms of the particular structure entry.
Found in the KEYWDS record
A descriptive summary of all the
biological entities that compose a single structure and contains the following
Chain id for the entity.
Found in the COMPND record
Describes a subset of residues from the total gene product that was used in determining the structure.
Point mutations in the entity from the wild type sequence of its associated gene product.
Y31H" (the entity was mutated from a tyrosine to a histidine at position 31).
Method by which the entity was produced for structure determination.
Common name for entity
HIV-1 protease monomer
Entity Name Sys
Scientific name of the entity
Additional names also include RCSB_NAME,RCSB_SYNONYM, SWS_NAME,SWS_KEYWORD, GB_NAME,GB_SYNONYM, GB-KEYWORD whereSWS is SwissProt and GB is Genbank.
Summary of details
about the polymer, such as the type of the polymer, the number of monomers,
and whether it has non-standard features. It contains the following categories:
This data item is a pointer to entity.id in the ENTITY category.
A flag to indicate whether or not the polymer contains at least one monomer unit with chirality different from that specified in entity_poly.type.
Enumerations of "no", "n", "yes", "y"
A flag to indicate whether or not the polymer contains at least one monomer-to-monomer linkage different from that implied by entity_poly.type.
A flag to indicate whether or not the polymer contains at least one monomer that is not considered standard.
The number of monomers in the polymer.
The PDB strand/chain id(s) corresponding to this polymer entity.
The type of the polymer.
A description of special aspects of the polymer type.
monomer Ala 16 is a D-amino acid
A description of all chemical components
including small molecules, metals and ions that are covalently or non-covalently
bound to the structure, which includes the following categories:
Description of the component.
PROTOPORPHYRIN IX CONTAINING FE
Written according to the following rules:
Found in the FORMUL record
Formula Mass in Daltons
Additional Field: Ligand Structure - clicking on the "View" launches the Ligand 2D applet.
The organism in which the entity is found. (Note only the definitions of the common fields are shown).
Common name of the natural organism from which the gene was obtained.
Found in the SOURCE record
Scientific name of the organism
Identifies the gene
Host Common Name
The common name of the organism that served as host for the production of the entity
Host Scientific Name
The scientific name of the organism that served as host for the production of the entity.
The strain of the organism in which the entity was expressed
Host Vector Type
Identifies the type of vector (plasmid, virus, cosmid).
Host Plasmid Name
The name of the plasmid that produced the entity in the host orgamism
EC Numbers - Provides
direct links to the IUBMB Nomenclature Page, the KEGG Reference Pathways
and the KEGG Pathways and Reactome links.
NCBI Entrez Gene - "Gene" provides a single query interface to curated
sequence and descriptive information about genetic loci. It presents information
on official nomenclature, aliases, sequence accessions, phenotypes, EC
numbers, MIM numbers, UniGene clusters, homology, map locations, and related
web sites. The Entrez Gene page at NCBI can be accessed by simply clicking on the locus
links IDs on the page
Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man (OMIM) - This database is a catalog
of human genes and genetic disorders authored and edited by Dr. Victor
A. McKusick and his colleagues at Johns Hopkins and elsewhere, and developed
for the World Wide Web by NCBI.
Genome Information - Give details about the Chromosome, Loci, Gene Name
and Symbol for the gene of a human protein. Also has links to "GeneCards",
a database of human genes, their products and their involvement in diseases
developed at the Weizmann Institute.
Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs) - The Single Nucleotide Polymorphism
database (dbSNP) is a public-domain archive for a broad collection of
simple genetic polymorphisms provided by NCBI.
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