Figure 1.

Alignment of a query sequence and the reference sequence from the web interface of the numbering method. Alignment of a query sequence (here: branched-chain alpha-ketoacid decarboxylase from L. lactis, genbank: 75369656) to the reference sequence (ScPDC, swissprot: P06169, PDB: 2VK8). By positioning the cursor on an amino acid (here: proline), the standard numbering (here: 168) as derived from the reference sequence and the absolute numbering of the respective query sequence (here: 165) as well as annotation information (here: end of the PYR domain) are displayed. All residues are highlighted for which annotation information is available in the TEED [1].

Vogel et al. BMC Biochemistry 2012 13:24   doi:10.1186/1471-2091-13-24
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