Re: Are coordinates for beta lactogloblin availabNEXTle?



 > Is there a structure out for beta lactoglobulin? It has been
 > crystallized (Papiz et al., Nature, vol. 324, 383, 1986) but I could
 > not find any entry in the Protein Data Bank. Any information would be
 A theoretical model for Apolipoprotein D (which BTW belongs to the same
 family as b-lactoglobulin in that it binds small hydrophobic ligands) is
 available at the PDB.  See "2apd" if you are interested.
 Cheers
 -raman
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