Solution structure and calcium-binding properties of M-crystallin, a primordial betagamma-crystallin from archaea.

Abstract

The lens betagamma-crystallin superfamily has many diverse but topologically related members belonging to various taxa. Based on structural topology, these proteins are considered to be evolutionarily related to lens crystallins, suggesting their origin from a common ancestor. Proteins with betagamma-crystallin domains, although found in some eukaryotes and… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jmb.2008.12.058

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