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Description

The metal-binding domain of amyloid precursor protein (APP). The olive-colored sphere is a bound copper ion. The histidine and tyrosine sidechains that coordinate the metal ion are shown in the Cu(I), Cu(II), and unbound conformations.

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Self-created from PDBs 2FJZ, 2FK1, 2FK2 using PyMol ([1])

Date 22 Jan 07
Author Opabinia regalis
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