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Fig. 5

From: NmPin from the marine thaumarchaeote Nitrosopumilus maritimus is an active membrane associated prolyl isomerase

Fig. 5

Electrostatic surface potential of various parvulin-type isomerases. Potentials were calculated with the Particle Mesh Ewald approach. The intensity of the potential is indicated by a color gradient from dark red (negative) over grey (neutral) to dark blue (positive) ranging from –350 to +350 kJ/mol. NmPin (Nitrosopumilus maritimus), CsPinA (Cenarchaeum symbiosum), EcPpiD (Escherichia coli), EcPar10 (Escherichia coli), SaPrsA (Staphylococcus aureus), TbPin (Trypanosoma brucei), AtPin (Arabidopsis thaliana), hPin1 (human), hPar14 (human)

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