1CDK vs the PDB Using Dali

Date run Nov. 11, 1996

The following illustrates the structure similarities found using DALI (Holm, L., Sander, C. (1993) J.Mol.Biol. 233,123-138).

   STRID2  Z     RMSD LALI LSEQ2 %IDE  PROTEIN
    1cdk-A 59.7  0.0  343   343  100  MOL_ID: 1;                      
    1cdk-B 57.0  0.3  343   343  100  MOL_ID: 1;                      
    1apm-E 55.7  0.4  341   341   97  $C-/AMP$-DEPENDENT PROTEIN KINAS
    1atp-E 54.6  0.4  336   336   97  $C-/AMP$-DEPENDENT PROTEIN KINAS
    2cpk-E 54.0  0.5  336   336   97  $C-/AMP$-DEPENDENT PROTEIN KINAS
    1cmk-E 47.7  2.1  340   350   98  CAMP-DEPENDENT PROTEIN KINASE CA
    1ctp-E 47.1  1.8  328   333  100  CAMP-DEPENDENT PROTEIN KINASE (E
    1phk   31.3  1.6  255   277   34  MOL_ID: 1;                      
    1csn   23.9  2.7  253   293   19  MOLECULE: CASEIN KINASE-1;      
    1irk   20.2  3.7  254   303   20  INSULIN RECEPTOR (TYROSINE KINAS
Where:
  1. STRID2 is the PDB code followe by the chain identifier.
  2. Z is the Z-score (statistical significance) of the best domain-domain alignment.
  3. RMSD is the root-mean-square deviation of C(alpha) atoms in rigid-body superimposition and the number of structurally equivalent residues.
  4. %IDE is the percent sequence identity.
  5. PROTEIN is the name taken from the PDB header record.