NMR assignment of the Rhodobacter sphaeroides fasciclin-1 domain protein (Fdp)
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We report the almost complete assignment of 1H, 13C and 15N nuclei in the 137-residue his-tagged fasciclin domain protein (Fdp) from Rhodobacter sphaeroides. Fdp is homologous to fasciclin I domains, including Drosophila FAS1 and M. tuberculosis MPB70 and plays a role in cell adhesion.
KeywordsFasciclin NMR assignments Adhesion
We thank Lee Higgins and Richard Tunnicliffe for help. This research was supported by a White Rose studentship grant. The authors are members of the North of England Structural Biology Centre (NESBIC).
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