ATP Binding Proteins

The PBD of each structure is linked below in addition to the source of literature featuring the structure.

Protein PDB Method Resolution Ligand Publication
18-19 2P05 X-ray crystallography 2.8 Å 1 mM ATP  Structural Insights into the Evolution of a Non-Biological Protein: Importance of Surface Residues in Protein Fold Optimization
FOB-64 2P0X NMR Structure and Evolutionary Analysis of a Non-biological ATP-binding Protein
DX 2P09 X-ray crystallography 1.65 Å 1 mM ATP

Structural Insights into the Evolution of a Non-Biological Protein: Importance of Surface Residues in Protein Fold Optimization

DX 3DGL X-ray crystallography 1.8 Å 100 mM ATP

A Synthetic Protein Selected for Ligand Binding Affinity Mediates ATP Hydrolysis

DX 3DGM X-ray crystallography 2.4 Å 1 mM ATP A Primordial ATP Binding Protein Generated from Random Sequence Origin
DX 3DGN X-ray crystallography 2.85 Å 100 mM ADP

A Synthetic Protein Selected for Ligand Binding Affinity Mediates ATP Hydrolysis 

DX (Y43F Mutant) 3DGO X-ray crystallography 2.5 Å 10 mM ATP  A Synthetic Protein Selected for Ligand Binding Affinity Mediates ATP Hydrolysis
DX (D65V Mutant) 3LT8 X-ray crystallography 2.55 Å 100 mM ATP

Three-Dimensional Structures Reveal Multiple ADP/ATP Binding Modes for a Synthetic Class of Artificial Proteins