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Crystals of P. platycephala chintinase/lectin (PPL-2) belong to the orthorhombic space group P212121, with unit-cell parameters a = 55.19, b = 59.95, c = 76.60 Å. The preliminary cystal structure of PPL-2 was solved at a resolution of 1.73 Å by molecular replacement, presenting a correlation coefficient of 0.558 and an R factor of 0.439.

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Crystals of two quinocytochrome alcohol dehydrogenases, one monomeric and soluble and the other heterotrimeric and membrane-associated, have been obtained. Image-plate data from both proteins have been recorded and the location of a homologue of the monomeric protein was obtained by molecular replacement.

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The crystallization and preliminary X-ray analysis of T. serrulatus neurotoxin Ts-γ is reported. It crystallizes in space group P21 with one molecule per asymetric unit has been solved by molecular replacement at 1.73 Å resolution.


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AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK) functions as a sensor to maintain energy balance and is therefore a potential target for drug design against metabolic syndrome. The crystal structure of the complex between the phosphorylated-state mimic T172D mutant AMPK [alpha]2 kinase domain and a selective inhibitor, compound C, has been determined, revealing the unique inhibitor-binding mode of this protein kinase.


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NADPH-dependent 5-keto-D-gluconate reductase from G. suboxydans IFO12528 (5KGR) was expressed, purified and crystallized with 5-keto-D-gluconate and NADPH using the sitting-drop vapour-diffusion method. Crystals of the 5KGR-NADPH complex and of the 5KGR-NADPH-5-keto-D-gluconate complex diffracted X-rays to 1.75 and 2.26 Å resolution, respectively.

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NADPH-dependent L-sorbose reductase from G. frateurii (SR) was expressed, purified and crystallized with L-sorbose or NADPH using the sitting-drop vapour-diffusion method. Crystals of the SR-L-sorbose complex and SR-NADPH complex diffracted X-rays to 2.38 and 1.90 Å resolution, respectively.

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Piratoxin II, a phospholipase A2 from B. pirajai has been crystallized in a monoclinic space group and its structure has been solved by molecular replacement at 2.04 Å resolution.


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The crystal structures of histone methyltransferase SET7/9 in complexes with two previously developed AdoMet analogues revealed the structural bases for the efficient inhibition of SET7/9 by DAAM-3 and the stabilization of AAM-1, a weaker inhibitor than DAAM-3, within SET7/9 in the crystal.

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The atomic resolution crystal structure of neurotoxin Ts1 has been determined. It provides an explanation for the competition between Ts1 and depressant and excitatory neurotoxins.

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Crotoxin, a potent neurotoxin from the venom of the South American rattlesnake Crotalus durissus terrificus, exists as a heterodimer formed between a phospholipase A2 and a catalytically inactive acidic phospholipase A2 analogue (crotapotin). Large single crystals of the crotoxin complex and of the isolated subunits have been obtained.

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Piratoxin III, a D-49 phospholipase A2 from B. pirajai has been crystallized in the monoclinic space group C2 and its structure has been solved by molecular replacement at 2.7 Å.

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