The HAMP signal-conversion domain: static two-state or dynamic three-state?

@article{Stewart2014TheHS,
  title={The HAMP signal-conversion domain: static two-state or dynamic three-state?},
  author={Valley J Stewart},
  journal={Molecular microbiology},
  year={2014},
  volume={91 5},
  pages={853-7}
}
The 50-residue HAMP domain converts input signal into output response in a variety of transmembrane signal transduction proteins, including methyl-accepting chemotaxis proteins and histidine kinases. HAMP domains are present in many other contexts as well. Despite focused study over the past decade, the question remains: How does this small domain play such a large role for so many different proteins? Analysis of structural models for the Afl1503 and Aer2 HAMP domains has generated hypotheses… CONTINUE READING

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