CAN_387

origin: Structural biology. Structural basis for chemokine recognition and activation of a viral G protein-coupled receptor.
author: Burg, J.S., Ingram, J.R., Venkatakrishnan, A.J., Jude, K.M., Dukkipati, A.,Feinberg, E.N., Angelini,
patent: no
publication_number: not known
patent_application_number: not known
CDR1_seq: IFTIYAMG(predict)
CDR1_length: 8
CDR2_seq: RITFGGDTN(predict)
CDR2_length: 9
CDR3_seq: EETIVEEADY(predict)
CDR3_lentgh: 10
protein_seq: GPGSQVQLVESGGGLVRPGGSLRLSCAASGSIFTIYAMGWYRQAPGKQRELVARITFGGDTNYADSVKGRFTISRDNAKNAVYLQMNSLKPEDTAVYYCNAEETIVEEADYWGQGTQVTVSSRAAAHHHHHHHH
DNA_seq: not known
PubMed_ID: 25745166
PDB_ID: 4XT1
PDB_deposition_date: 2015-10-12
PDB_released_date: 2015-12-30
resolution: 2.89Å
source_organism: Vicugna pacos
experiment_method: not known
antigen: US28 in complex with the chemokine domain of human CX3CL1
antigen_chain: not known
antigen_source: not known
antigen_seq: not known
epitope: not known
IEDB_ID: not known
epitope_reference: not known
function: Structure biology
validationORprediction: Experimentally Validated
bacteria_family: not known
publication: Science. 2015 Mar 6;347(6226):1113-7. doi: 10.1126/science.aaa5026.