Structural Similarities for the Entities in PDB 6OC3

The following structural similarities have been found using the jFATCAT-rigid algorithm [1,2].

To reduce the number of hits, a 40% sequence identity clustering has been applied and a representative chain taken from each cluster. If the representative chain consists of multiple domains, each domain is included in the search. If available, the SCOP 1.75 domain assignment [3] is used. Otherwise algorithmic domain assignments are computed using the ProteinDomainParser [4].

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Cluster data are up-to-date as of: Sep-27-2017

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Entity #1 | Chains A,C

Description: Heavy chain of FluA-20 Fab protein | Length: 235

No structure alignment results are available for 6OC3.A, 6OC3.C explicitly.

These chains are represented by chain XXXX.null which has more than 70% sequence identity.

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Entity #2 | Chains B,D

Description: Light chain of FluA-20 Fab protein | Length: 214

No structure alignment results are available for 6OC3.B, 6OC3.D explicitly.

These chains are represented by chain 4NZU.L which has more than 90% sequence identity.

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Entity #3 | Chains E,F

Description: Hemagglutinin protein | Length: 227

No structure alignment results are available for 6OC3.E, 6OC3.F explicitly.

These chains are represented by chain XXXX.null which has more than 95% sequence identity.

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