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Bacillus thuringiensis δ-endotoxin, 2rci

3D Structures of δ-endotoxin

Updated on 27-June-2021

3eb7 – BtCry8Ea1 – Bacillus thuringiensis
2rci, 3ron – BtCytBa
1ciy – BtCry1Aa
4arx, 6t14, 6t19, 6t1a – BtCry1Ac
4w8j, 6t1c – BtCry1Ac (mutant)
4ary – BtCry1Ac + GalNac
6dj4 – BtCry1A.105
6wpc – BtCry1A.2
6owk – BtCry1Be
6ovb – BtCry1Da
1i5p – BtCry2Aa
4qx0, 4qx1, 4qx2, 4qx3 – BtCry3Aa
2c9k – BtCry4A residues 68-679
1w99 - BtCry4Ba residues 84-641
4d8m - BtCry4Ba residues 112-698
4moa - BtCry4Ba residues 40-641 (mutant)
5ghe, 5kuc, 5kud – BtCry6Aa
1dlc - BtCryIiia residues 61-644
1ji6 - BtCryIiib residues 64-652
1cby - BtCytB residues 1-259
2mlw – CytC 1BA – Dickeya dadantii


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