Figure 8.

The QSOX ¤łErv/Erv module resembles a baculovirus Erv enzyme. The structure of the H. sapiens QSOX sulfhydryl oxidase module [11] is compared with one subunit of the baculovirus Ac92 sulfhydryl oxidase dimer [22]. Helices are represented as cylinders, the FAD is in orange sticks, and the FAD-proximal redox-active disulfide is indicated in ball-and-stick format and labeled CXXC.

Limor-Waisberg et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2013 13:70   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-13-70
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