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Query: gi|16082712|ref|NP_395158.1| hypothetical protein (YPCD1.23) [Yersinia pestis CO92], from Y.pestis

Results of FFAS03 search in PDB1018
Master-slave alignment(slide right to see more) does not show gaps in the query sequence, use ali links to display alignment between query and templates.
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# Score Template Links and tools%idFirst MSKITTLIICSKPAEIAVGHFITMSIKAILLYSYQEYGQHTDVFIQVKFNYGMIEYKFYVNKVKFDDTPDRKLKTTIAHSSQLMGHNLTYEDYAMKKRLVIATALCAAFYAGMKVEHFLTVDACLDAGGAMQNDIFCERLast
1 -8.9002mxy_A mol:protein length:105 Heterogeneous nuclear ribonucleoproteins C1/C2  ali model follow..  14  12..........SMNSRVFIGNLNTLVVKSDVEAIFSKYGKIVGCSVHKGFAF-----------VQYVNERNARAAVAGEDGRMIAGQVLDIN................................................ 82
2 -8.8902hvz_A mol:protein length:101 Splicing factor, arginine/serine-rich 7  ali model follow..  21  1.............MKVYVGNLGTGAGKGELERAFSYYGPLRTVWIARN-GFAFVE---------FEDPRDAEDAVRGLDGKVICGSRVRVE................................................ 70
3 -8.8202cpj_A mol:protein length:99 Non-POU domain-containing octamer-binding protein  ali model follow..  16  13..........TQRSRLFVGNLPPDITEEEMRKLFEKYGKAGEVFIHKDKGFGFIR---------LETRTLAEIAKVELDNMPLRGKQLRVR................................................ 84
4 -8.7102kvi_A mol:protein length:96 Nuclear polyadenylated RNA-binding protein 3  ali model follow..  17  11.............SRLFIGNLPLKNVKEDLFRIFSPYGHIMQINIKNAFGF-----------IQFDNPQSVRDAIECESQEMNFGKKLILE................................................ 78
5 -8.5302xnq_A mol:protein length:97 NUCLEAR POLYADENYLATED RNA-BINDING PROTEIN 3  ali model follow..  17  17.............SRLFIGNLPLKNVKEDLFRIFSPYGHIMQINIKNAFGF-----------IQFDNPQSVRDAIECESQEMNFGKKLILE................................................ 84
6 -8.3801wf1_A mol:protein length:110 RNA-binding protein Raly  ali model follow..  14  25..........SINSRVFIGNLNTALVKSDVETIFSKYGRVAGCSVHKGYAF-----------VQYSNERHARAAVLGENGRVLAGQTLDIN................................................ 95
7 -8.3602dit_A mol:protein length:112 HIV TAT specific factor 1 variant  ali model follow..  12  15.ERVVIIKNMFHPMDFEDDPLVLNEIREDLRVECSKFGQIRKLLLFDRHPDGVA--------VSFRDPEEADYCIQTLDGRWFGGRQITAQAW.............................................. 99
8 -8.3002dnp_A mol:protein length:90 RNA-binding protein 14  ali model follow..  14  7..........GNTWKIFVGNVSAACTSQELRSLFERRGRVIECDVVKDYAF-----------VHMEKEADAKAAIAQLNGKEVKGKRINVE................................................ 76
9 -8.2802dgt_A mol:protein length:92 RNA-binding protein 30  ali model follow..  14  8..........KASTKLHVGNISPTCTNQELRAKFEEYGPVIECDIVKDYAF-----------VHMERAEDAVEAIRGLDNTEFQGKRMHVQ................................................ 77
10 -8.1702fy1_A mol:protein length:116 RNA-binding motif protein, Y chromosome, family 1 member A1  ali model follow..  14  1......MVEADHPGKLFIGGLNRETNEKMLKAVFGKHGPISEVLLIKDRTSKSRGFAF----ITFENPADAKNAAKDMNGKSLHGKAIKVE................................................ 81

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Selected papers from Godzik Lab
Ying Zhang, Ines Thiele, Dana Weekes, Zhanwen Li, Lukasz Jaroszewski, Krzysztof Ginalski, Ashley Deacon, John Wooley, Scott Lesley, Ian Wilson, Bernhard Palsson, Andrei Osterman, Adam Godzik. Three-Dimensional Structural View of the Central Metabolic Network of Thermotoga maritima. Science. 2009 Sep 18;325(5947):1544-9.

Mayya Sedova, Mallika Iyer, Zhanwen Li, Lukasz Jaroszewski, Kai W Post, Thomas Hrabe, Eduard Porta-Pardo, Adam Godzik Cancer3D 2.0:: interactive analysis of 3D patterns of cancer mutations in cancer subsets. Nucleic Acids Research, gky1098 2018; Published on November 8 2018.

Li W, Jaroszewski L, Godzik A. Tolerating some redundancy significantly speeds up clustering of large protein databases. Bioinformatics. 2002 Jan;18(1):77-82.