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Structure Report for: 5A2G

Name|An esterase from anaerobic Clostridium hathewayi Clath_Est1 can hydrolyze aliphatic aromatic polyesters
Revelation date|24-Feb-2016
Family|Carb_B_Bacteria: there are 4342 genes in this family, 11 structure(s)
PDB File|ESTHER: header of PDB entry RCSB: Full entry
Hromic, A., Pavkov Keller, T., Steinkellner, G., Gruber, K., Perz, V., Baumschlager, A., Bleymaier, K., Zitzenbacher, S., Zankel, A., Mayrhofer, C., Sinkel, C., Kueper, U., Schlegel, K.A., Ribitsch, D., Guebitz, G.M.


    Title: An Esterase from Anaerobic Clostridium hathewayi Can Hydrolyze Aliphatic-Aromatic Polyesters
    Perz V, Hromic A, Baumschlager A, Steinkellner G, Pavkov-Keller T, Gruber K, Bleymaier K, Zitzenbacher S, Zankel A and Guebitz GM <5 more author(s)>
    Ref: Environ Sci Technol, 50:2899, 2016 : PubMed


Representative scheme of Carb_B_Bacteria structure and an image from PDBsum server


PDB-Sum5A2G Previously Class, Architecture, Topology and Homologous superfamily - PDB-Sum server
FSSP5A2G Fold classification based on Structure-Structure alignment of Proteins - FSSP server
SCOP5A2G Structural Classification Of Protein - SCOP server
PROTEOPEDIA5a2g 3D, interactive encyclopedia of proteins - PROTEOPEDIA server

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