Alexander Eisold

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As widely discussed in literature, spatial patterns of amino acids, so-called structural motifs, play an important role in protein function. The functionally responsible part of proteins often lies in an evolutionarily highly conserved spatial arrangement of only a few amino acids, which are held in place tightly by the rest of the structure. Those(More)
The wall-less bacteria of the provisory taxon 'Candidatus Phytoplasma' are obligate parasites and associated to diseases in many important crops and trees worldwide. 'Ca. Phytoplasma ulmi', assigned to 16SrV-A subgroup, is a quarantine pest and described to be associated to elm phloem necrosis, leaf yellowing, stunting, witches broom and decline in various(More)
UNLABELLED The clarification of linkage between protein structure and function is still a demanding process and can be supported by comparison of spatial residue patterns, so-called structural motifs. However, versatile up-to-date resources to search for local structure similarities are rare. We present Fit3D, an easily accessible web application for highly(More)
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