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From: Predicting protein ligand binding motions with the conformation explorer

Figure 2

Applying Euler rotations to M domain. Rotations are applied about the z-axis, Rzz), about the x-axis, Rxx), and about the y-axis, Ryy), in that order. The explored space of rotational orientations of the M domain spans ± 80° in the y and z directions and -20° to 80° in the x-direction. Rotations about x, y, and z axes (Ryy), Rxx), and Rzz)) result in putative alternate conformations. The standard orientation described in the text is such that the center of mass (COM) of L is at the origin, COM of M domain is along the z-axis, and COM of S is in the negative-y part of yz plane.

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