4BUM - Proteins - MemProtMD

March 2017: MemProtMD is getting an update

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Dopamine Transporter

Protein upside down?

Uniprot:
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Membrane:
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Organism:
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Resolution:
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Deposited:
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3D View

Downloads

Files

Click the dropdown lists below to download files.

Ready to run archives

For more information and examples of how to run simulations in GROMACS, read the coarse-grained readme file or atomistic readme file.

External Resources

MPStruc

Use the Membrane Proteins of Known 3D Structure database to view similar and related proteins in a structured table.

Topology by Chain

Topology for this protein is still being calculated and will be available soon.

Topology by Chain

Show chains:    
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Each card shows a histogram of normalised density for the entire protein (white), alpha helices (blue) and beta strands (green) along the bilayer normal (vertical or z-axis). The plot is mirrored about the z-axis for aesthetic reasons and does not represent the shape of the protein.


Chain {{protein.topology.selectedchain}}

Alpha Helix

Beta Strand


Sequence Viewer

Images


Final Frame

Protein is shown after a 1000ns coarse-grained self assembly simulation. Lipid headgroups are shown as coloured beads, protein is shown in cartoon representation.

Legend

Choline
Glycerol
Phosphate
(Lipid tails are not shown)


Lipid Tail Contacts

Protein is shown coloured according to contacts with {{protein.contacts_selected}}.

Show contacts with:

Legend

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Distortions

Protein is shown coloured according to contacts with lipid headgroups.



Protein upside down?