Well ordered crystals of a short-chain alcohol dehydrogenase from Drosophila lebanonensis: re-evaluation of the crystallographic data and rotation-function analysis.


Por: Ladenstein R, Tibbelin G, Karshikoff A, Atrian S and Gonzalez R

Publicada: 1 ene 1995
Resumen:
Alcohol dehydrogenase prepared from Drosophila lebanonensis yields well ordered plate-like crystals which diffract to better than 2.3 A resolution. The crystals belong to space group P2(1) of the monoclinic system; the unit-cell dimensions are a = 65.25, b = 55.77, c = 70.02 A, alpha = 90, beta = 107.08, gamma = 90 degrees. The asymmetric unit of the crystal cell is most probably occupied by a dimer, corresponding to a packing density of 2.15 A(3) Da-L. The orientation of the non-crystallographic twofold symmetry axes is determined by analysis of a self-rotation function calculated with native intensity data.

Direcciones
Ladenstein R: Karolinska Institute, NOVUM, Center for Structural Biochemistry, Huddinge, Sweden
ISSN: 09074449





Acta Crystallographica Section D-Biological Crystallography
Tipo de documento: Article
Volumen: 51 Número: Pt 1
Páginas: 69-72s
WOS: A1995QC32400008
ID de PubMed: 15299337

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