Aconitase

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Bovine aconitase showing FeS4 cluster complex with sulfate (PDB code 1amj)

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3D structures of Aconitase

Updated on 24-August-2014

ACO

1b0k – pACO (mutant) – pig
5acn – pACO+Fe3S4
6acn - pACO+Fe4S4
1amj, 1nit – cACO - cow

ACO+citrate

1c96 - pACO (mutant)+citrate
1b0m - pACO (mutant)+fluorocitrate

ACO+aconitate

1fgh – cACO+4-hydroxy-aconitate
1aco – cACO+transaconitate
1nis - cACO+transaconitate+nitrocitrate

ACO+isocitrate

7acn - pACO +isocitrate
1c97, 1b0j - pACO (mutant)+isocitrate
1ami, 8acn – cACO+isocitrate

ACO1

2b3x, 2b3y – hACO1 – human
2ipy, 3snp – rACO1 (mutant)+ferritin H IRE-RNA – rabbit
3sn2 - rACO1 (mutant)+ transferrin receptor iron regulatory RNA

ACO2

1l5j – ACO2 – Escherichia coli

Literature

  • M. Claire Kennedy and Helmut Beinert: IX.4. Aconitase. in Ivano Bertini, Harry B. Gray, Edward I. Stiefel, Joan Selverstone Valentine (eds.): Biological Inorganic Chemistry: Structure and Reactivity. University Science Books, Herndon 2006. ISBN 1891389432 pp.209--

Additional Resources

For additional information, see: Carbohydrate Metabolism

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