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Table 1 Groups of Trypsion-like Serine protease.

From: Structural descriptor database: a new tool for sequence-based functional site prediction

Group name PDB-Ids Chain Start Residue End Residue Alignment identity
Chymotrypsin 1gmc A 1 245 52%
  1cho E 1 245  
  1azz A 16 246  
  1eq9 A 16 244  
Kallikrein 1ao5 A 16 246 32%
  1op8 A 16 246  
  1aut C 16 243  
  1bqy A 16 245G  
  1lo6 A 16 243  
  1eax A 16 244  
  1m9u A 16 242  
Granzyme 1euf A 16 243 62%
  1iau A 16 244  
  1fi8 A 16 244  
Thrombin 1bth H 16 242 47%
  1id5 H 16 244  
  1etr H 16 247  
  1fjs A 16 244  
  1h8d H 16 246  
  1fxy A 16 246  
  1gvk B 16 245  
  1pfx C 16 245  
  1rfn A 16 245  
Urokinase 1fiw A 16 254 43%
  1fiz A 16 257  
  1fv9 A 1 244  
Trypsin 1d6r A 16 245 73%
  1mct A 16 245  
  1slu B 16 245  
  3tgi E 16 245  
  1h4w A 16 246  
  1hj8 A 16 245  
  1trn A 16 246  
Plasminogen activator 1a5i A 1A 244 46%
  1bda A 1A 244  
  1gvz A 16 246  
Hybrid group 1fon A 9 240 29%
  1mza A 14 248  
  1npm A 16 243  
  1. Group name, PDB coordinates details, such as PDB-Id, chain, start residue, and end residue of each protein used in first experiment. In addition, the later column shows the identity of alignment of each protein group.
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