5V8K : Homodimeric reaction center of H. modesticaldum

  • Bryan Ferlez (Contributor)
  • Raimund Fromme (Contributor)
  • Kevin Redding (Contributor)
  • Christopher Gisriel (Contributor)
  • Iosifina Sarrou (Contributor)
  • John H. Golbeck (Contributor)
  • Kevin Redding (Contributor)
  • Iosifina Sarrou (Contributor)
  • John H. Golbeck (Contributor)

Dataset

Description

Experimental Technique/Method:X-RAY DIFFRACTION
Resolution:2.2
Classification:PHOTOSYNTHESIS
Release Date:2017-09-06
Deposition Date:2017-03-22
Revision Date:2017-09-20#2017-09-27
Molecular Weight:97897.33
Macromolecule Type:Protein
Residue Count:625
Atom Site Count:6719
DOI:10.2210/pdb5v8k/pdb

Abstract:
Reaction centers are pigment-protein complexes that drive photosynthesis by converting light into chemical energy. It is believed that they arose once from a homodimeric protein. The symmetry of a homodimer is broken in heterodimeric reaction-center structures, such as those reported previously. The 2.2-angstrom resolution x-ray structure of the homodimeric reaction center-photosystem from the phototroph
Date made availableSep 6 2017
PublisherRCSB-PDB

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