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Your query was: P02792    
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P02792 FRIL_HUMAN ; Ferritin light chain; Ferritin L subunit; Homo sapiens (Human).

  

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23% 2 175

Experimental Structures:

PDB Description %Seq Id from - to Sel.
2fg8Structure of Human Ferritin L Chain
100 2-175   
2fg4Structure of Human Ferritin L Chain
100 2-175   
2ffxStructure of Human Ferritin L. Chain
100 2-174   
3kxuCrystal structure of human ferritin FTL498InsTC pathogenic mutant
97 1-172   
3hx7Crystal structure of human ferritin Phe167SerfsX26 mutant. This file is a part 3/3 of the split entry and contains the copies 5 and 6 of the total six copies of the biological unit that are present in the crystallographic asymmetric unit. The entire structure contains six copies of the biological unit in the crystallographic asymmetric unit and is described in remark 400
97 1-172   
3hx5Crystal structure of human ferritin Phe167SerfsX26 mutant. This file is a part 2/3 of the split entry and contains the copies 3 and 4 of the total six copies of the biological unit that are present in the crystallographic asymmetric unit. The entire structure contains six copies of the biological unit in the crystallographic asymmetric unit and is described in remark 400
97 1-172   
3hx2Crystal structure of human ferritin Phe167SerfsX26 mutant. This file is a part 1/3 of the split entry and contains the copies 1 and 2 of the total six copies of the biological unit that are present in the crystallographic asymmetric unit. The entire structure contains six copies of the biological unit in the crystallographic asymmetric unit and is described in remark 400
97 1-172   

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