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Here we present version 2.0 of HADDOCK, which incorporates considerable improvements and new features. HADDOCK is now able to model not only protein-protein complexes but also other kinds of biomolecular complexes and multi-component (N > 2) systems. In the absence of any experimental and/or predicted information to drive the docking, HADDOCK now offers two(More)
Intrinsically disordered proteins play important roles in cell signalling, transcription, translation and cell cycle regulation. Although they lack stable tertiary structure, many intrinsically disordered proteins undergo disorder-to-order transitions upon binding to partners. Similarly, several folded proteins use regulated order-to-disorder transitions to(More)
The molecular, biochemical, and cellular characterization of EhGEF1 protein is described. Complete cDNA sequence of 1890 bp revealed an open reading frame that encodes a protein of 69 kDa. EhGEF1 is constituted of Dbl homology domain, pleckstrin homology domain, and several putative regulation sites. Studies of guanine nucleotide exchange activity of EhGEF1(More)
UNLABELLED ENSEMBLE is a computational approach for determining a set of conformations that represents the structural ensemble of a disordered protein based on input experimental data. The disordered protein can be an unfolded or intrinsically disordered state. Here, we introduce the latest version of the program, which has been enhanced to facilitate its(More)
BACKGROUND Human galectin-3 (Mac-2 antigen) is a cell-type-specific multifunctional effector owing to selective binding of distinct cell-surface glycoconjugates harboring β-galactosides. The structural basis underlying the apparent preferences for distinct glycoproteins and for expression is so far unknown. METHODS We strategically combined solid-phase(More)
BACKGROUND The activity of proteins within the cell is characterized by their motions, flexibility, interactions or even the particularly intriguing case of partially unfolded states. In the last two cases, a part of the protein is affected either by binding or unfolding and the detection of the respective perturbed and unperturbed region(s) is a(More)
In nature, some proteins partially unfold under specific environmental conditions. These unfolded states typically consist of a large ensemble of conformations; their proper description is therefore a challenging problem. NMR spectroscopy is particularly well suited for this task: information on conformational preferences can be derived, for example, from(More)
Like all articles in BMC journals, this peer-reviewed article was published immediately upon acceptance. It can be downloaded, printed and distributed freely for any purposes (see copyright notice below). which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. Abstract Background
The non-receptor tyrosine kinase Src is a key signalling hub for upregulating the function of N-methyl D-aspartate receptors (NMDARs). Src is anchored within the NMDAR complex via NADH dehydrogenase subunit 2 (ND2), a mitochondrially encoded adaptor protein. The interacting regions between Src and ND2 have been broadly identified, but the interaction(More)
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