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Maltodextrin Binding Protein. Seena Koshy. Maltodextrin Binding Protein (MBP) Belongs to the ATP binding casette (ABC) of active transport system. A model for maltose transport in E. coli :. MalF and MalG are integral membrane proteins MalK is the ATP-binding protein.

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Maltodextrin Binding Protein (MBP)
  • Belongs to the ATP binding casette (ABC) of active transport system.

A model for maltose transport in E. coli:

MalF and MalG are integral membrane proteins

MalK is the ATP-binding protein

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3MBP

1OMP

ligands
Ligands
  • PhysiologicalNon-physiological

Maltose

Maltotetraose

Cyclodextrin

Maltotriose

outline of my pymol presentation
Outline of my Pymol presentation
  • 1. Topology of the Structure
  • 2. Hydrogen Bond interaction

cooperative hydrogen bonding

Intersugar hydrogen bonding

  • 3. Van der Waals interaction
        • aromatic stacking
  • 4. Structural Plasticity

hinge bending between two domain

oligosaccharide induced conformational change

  • 5. Specificity
  • 6. Sites interacting with Membrane transport
  • 7. Sites interacting with the Chemotaxis system
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