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Table 3 Relative Positions of Amino Acids Involved in the Predicted Hairpin Loop Stabilizing the Binding of the Myo-Inositol Substrate.

From: Computational modeling and in silico analysis of differential regulation of myo-inositol catabolic enzymes in Cryptococcus neoformans

Protein Amino Acid Amino Acid Amino Acid Amino Acid Amino Acid Amino Acid Amino Acid Amino Acid Amino Acid Amino Acid Amino Acid
MIOX3 Leu-158 Val-159 Asp-160 Ala-161 Ser-162 Asp-163 Pro-164 Asp-165 Thr-166 Ser-167 Ala-168
MIOX2 Leu-110 Val-111 Asp-112 Ala-113 Ser-114 Asp-115 Pro-116 Asp-117 Thr-118 Ser-119 Ala-120
MIOX1 Leu-115 Val-116 Asp-117 Glu-118 Ser-119 Asp-120 Pro-121 Asp-123 Thr-124 Ser-124 Val-125
Mus musculus Leu-83 Val-84 Asp-85 Glu-86 Ser-87 Asp-88 Pro-89 Asp-90 Val-91 Asp-92 Phe-93
  1. The hairpin loop is strongly conserved between the four proteins with only a few exceptions: a substitution of Ala for Glu-86, and Ala for Phe-93 in MIOX 2 and MIOX3 proteins, a substitution of Ser for Asp 92 in all three MIOX protein sequences and a conservative substitution of Val for Phe-93 in the MIOX1 protein sequence.