The table below provides information about integral membrane proteins whose structures have been determined by solution-state NMR, oriented solid-state NMR or magic-angle spinning solid-state NMR, to a resolution sufficient to have resulted in a file deposited with the worldwide Protein Data Bank (wwPDB). Here is the NMR page of the wwPDB.

When possible, the table below also provides chemical shift assignments deposited at the Biological Magnetic Resonance Data Bank, protein size and oligomeric state, production source, reconstitution medium and primary reference.

Please help me to keep this table up to date by sending me missing information at: dror.warschawski_at_ibpc.fr

Last database update : 8 April 2015

Unique proteins in database : 129 (+15 membrane associated)

Number of coordinate files in database : 195 (+23 membrane associated)


 
Protein

PDB

Entry

BMRB

Entry

Oligomer

Size/State

Production

Source

Reconstitution

Medium

NMR

Method

PubMed

Reference

TRANSMEMBRANE PROTEINS: BETA-BARREL
OmpA
19 kDa/1
Escherichia coli
DPC (600 mM; 50°C)
solution

OmpA with four shortened loops
Also called beta-barrel platform (BBP)

16 kDa/1
Escherichia coli
DHPC (37°C)
solution

Kp OmpA

22 kDa/1
Escherichia coli
DHPC (300 mM; 40°C)
solution

periplasmic domain of OmpA

16 kDa/1
Escherichia coli
sodium phosphate
solution
PagP
20 kDa/1
Escherichia coli
DPC (500 mM; 45°C) and OG (200 mM; 45°C)
solution
OmpX

Without H-bond constraints: 
16 kDa/1
Escherichia coli
DHPC (200 mM; 30°C)
solution

in nanodiscs

vs. in micelles

16 kDa/1
Escherichia coli
nanodiscs (DMPC/DMPG:3/1

DPC (110 mM)
solution
OmpG
28 kDa/1
Escherichia coli
DPC (40°C)
solution
human VDAC-1

 

32 kDa/1

Escherichia coli

LDAO (400 mM; 30°C and 300 mM; 37°C)

solution
C-terminal domain of Neisseria heparin binding antigen

21 kDa/1

Escherichia coli

DPC (30 mM)

solution
Outer membrane protein H (OprH) from P. aeruginosa

20 kDa/1

Escherichia coli

DHPC

solution
Membrane anchor domain of the trimeric autotransporter YadA

34 kDa/3

Escherichia coli

microcrystalised outside the lipid membrane

MAS
Opacity protein opA60

27 kDa/1

Escherichia coli
nanodiscs
solution
OmpW
21 kDa/1
Escherichia coli
30-Fos
solution
 
TRANSMEMBRANE PROTEINS: ALPHA-HELICAL
Gramicidin

4 kDa/2
synthetic
lipids
oriented
Ketchem et al. (1993)
human Glycophorin A transmembrane domain

4 kDa/2
Escherichia coli
DPC (40°C)
DPC
isotropic bicelles
solution
fd coat protein
5 kDa/1
Escherichia coli SDS
solution
Almeida and Opella (1997)
fd coat protein
5 kDa/1
Escherichia coli lipids oriented Marassi and Opella (2003)
4146
10021
15564
8 kDa/1
Escherichia coli (C43)
Chloroform, Methanol, Water
solution Girvin et al. (1998)
Kobayashi et al. (2006)
Zhang et al. (2008)
Subunit b of the F1Fo ATP synthase from E Coli

4 kDa/1
synthetic
Chloroform, Methanol, Water
solution Dmitriev et al. (1999)
A1C12 subcomplex of the F1Fo ATP synthase from E Coli
4151
6021
119 kDa/12
Escherichia coli
Chloroform, Methanol, Water
solution Rastogi and Girvin (1999)
Dmitriev et al. (2004)
D24N61 mutant of subunit c of the F1Fo ATP synthase from E Coli
5326
8 kDa/1
Escherichia coli
Chloroform, Methanol, Water
solution Dmitriev et al. (2002)
6489
7 kDa/1
Escherichia coli
Chloroform, Methanol, Water
solution Nakano et al. (2006)
Neuronal acetylcholine receptor M2 channel

3 kDa/1
Escherichia coli
lipids
oriented Opella et al. (1999)
Second transmembrane domain of the neuronal acetylcholine receptor beta 2 subunit
3 kDa/1
synthetic
DPC
solution
First transmembrane domain of the neuronal acetylcholine receptor beta 2 subunit
4 kDa/1
synthetic
DPC
solution
Transmembrane domain of the neuronal acetylcholine receptor beta 2 subunit, and a mutant
 18 kDa/1
15 kDa/1
Escherichia coli
Hexafluoro-
isopropanol, Water (40°C)
LDAO
solution
Transmembrane domain of the neuronal acetylcholine receptor alpha 4 subunit
 15 kDa/1
Escherichia coli
LDAO
solution
Transmembrane domain of the neuronal acetylcholine receptor alpha 7 subunit
 15 kDa/1
Escherichia coli
LDAO
solution
Bacteriorhodopsin
(peptide fragments)

23 kDa/1
synthetic
DMSO
solutionKatragadda et al. (2000)
Bovine Rhodopsin
INTRADISKAL LOOP 1 (RESIDUES 92-123)
INTRADISKAL LOOP 2 (RESIDUES 172-205)
INTRADISKAL LOOP 3 (RESIDUES 268-293)
AMINO TERMINUS (RESIDUES 1-40)


4655

4654

4653

4652


3 kDa/1

4 kDa/1

3 kDa/1

5 kDa/1
synthetic
DMSO
solutionYeagle et al. (200
Bovine Rhodopsin
HELIX 7
4651
3 kDa/1
synthetic
DMSO
solutionYeagle et al. (2000)
alpha-factor receptor M6

2 kDa/1
synthetic
lipids
oriented Valentine et al. (2001)
Influenza M2 proton channel
residues 22-46

11 kDa/4
synthetic
lipids (DMPC, 30°C)
oriented Wang et al. (2001)

Influenza M2 proton channel
residues 22-46
with amantadine

2H95

  8 kDa/4 synthetic lipids (DMPC, DMPG, 25°C)
oriented Hu et al. (2007)

Influenza M2 proton channel
residues 18-60
with rimantadine inhibitor


20 kDa/4
Escherichia coli
DHPC (300 mM; 30°C)
solution

S31N mutant of influenza M2 proton channel
residues 18-60
with rimantadine inhibitor


20 kDa/4
Escherichia coli
DHPC (150 mM; 30°C)
solution

BV27A mutant of influenza M2 proton channel
residues 18-60
with rimantadine inhibitor


18 kDa/4
Escherichia coli
DHPC (150 mM; 30°C)
solution

Influenza M2 proton channel
residues 22-46
with amantadine

11 kDa/4
synthetic
lipids (DLPC)
lipids (DMPC)
-30°C
MAS and oriented
Cady et al. (2009)
Cady et al. (2010)

Influenza M2 proton channel
residues 22-62


20 kDa/4
Escherichia coli
lipids (DOPC, DOPC, 30°C)
oriented
Sharma et al. (2010)
Influenza B proton channel
15 kDa/4
Escherichia coliDHPC (300 mM, 30°C)
solution
Wang et al. (2009)
Rhodobacter sphaeroides Light Harvesting 1 beta Subunit
4949
5 kDa/1
Rhodobacter sphaeroides
Zwittergent 3-12
solution Sorgen et al. (2002)
The third helix of Antennapedia homeodomain penetratin
Wild type in TFE
W6F,W14F mutant
4 residue deletion
Wild type in bicelles
5289
5290
5291
5542
2 kDa/1
synthetic
Trifluoroethanol
Trifluoroethanol
Trifluoroethanol
isotropic bicelles
solutionCzajlik et al. (2002)
Czajlik et al. (2002)
Czajlik et al. (2002)
Lindberg et al. (2003)
Penetratin conjugated Gas (374-394) protein fragment A42

5 kDa/1
synthetic
DPC (100 mM; 27°C)
SDS (100 mM; 27°C)
solution
HIV Vpu channel

4 kDa/1
Escherichia coli
lipids
oriented Park et al. (2003)
Transportan
6151
3 kDa/1
synthetic
isotropic bicelles (75 mM DMPC; 225 mM DHPC; 37°C) 
solution
Integral membrane domain of the mercury transporter Mer F

6 kDa/1
Escherichia coli (C43)
SDS (500 mM; 60°C)
solution

Integral membrane domain of the mercury transporter Mer F

2H3O   6 kDa/1
Escherichia coli (C43)
bicelles, 40°C
oriented De Angelis et al. (2006)
Integral membrane domain of the mercury transporter Mer F
2LJ2
17914
6 kDa/1
Escherichia coli (C43)
DMPC
MAS
Das et al (2012)
Full length mercury transporter Mer F
2M67
2MOZ
19115 9 kDa/1
Escherichia coli (C41)
bicelles and DMPC
oriented and MAS
Lu et al (2013) Tian et al (2014)

KcsA
with Charybdotoxin

6728 (methyls)
71 kDa/4
Escherichia coli (C41)
DPC (80 mM, 42°C)
solution

Stannin

14 kDa/1
Escherichia coli
SDS
solution and oriented
human Phospholamban
30 kDa/5 Escherichia coli DPC (200 mM; 30°C)
solution

human Phospholamban

2KB7
2KYV
  30 kDa/5 Escherichia coli DPC (300 mM; 37°C) and lipids solution, oriented and MAS
Traaseth et al. (2009)
Verardi et al. (2011)
Monomeric human phospholamban in the R state. Mutant C36A, C41F, C46A

2LPF
6 kDa/1Escherichia coli DPC (100 mM) solution
Simone et al. (2013)
Phosphorylated human phospholamban

2M3B
31 kDa/5Escherichia coli DPC and DOPC/DOPE solution, oriented and MAS
Vostrikov et al. (2013)
ZetaZeta transmembrane domain

4 kDa/2
Escherichia coli
DPC/SDS:5/1 (150 mM DPC; 30 mM SDS; 30°C)
solution

Protegrin-1

1ZY6   4 kDa/2
synthetic lipids (POPC)
MAS
Mani et al. (2006)

Protegrin-2

2MUH25212
2 kDa/1
syntheticDPC
solution
Usachev et al. (2014)

Bnip3 transmembrane domain

10 kDa/2 Escherichia coli
isotropic bicelles (160 mM DHPC; 40 mM DMPC; 40°C)
solution
human FXYD1 (Na,K-ATPase Regulatory Protein)

8 kDa/1
Escherichia coli
SDS (500 mM; 40°C)
solution
human FXYD4 (CHIF)

7 kDa/1 Escherichia coli
SDS
solution
human FXYD2b

7 kDa/1Escherichia coli
SDS (500 mM) or DPC (150 mM)
solution
ErbB2 transmembrane segment
9 kDa/2
Escherichia coli
isotropic bicelles (140 mM DHPC; 35 mM DMPC; 40°C)
solution

9 kDa/1 Escherichia coli isotropic bicelles (140 mM DHPC; 35 mM DMPC; 40°C) solution

Dimeric ErbB3 transmembrane domain

9 kDa/2 Escherichia coli DPC
solution

Dimeric ErbB4 transmembrane domain

10 kDa/2 Escherichia coliisotropic bicelles (67 mM DHPC, 15 mM DMPC)
solution
Diacylglycerol Kinase (DAGK)
43 kDa/3
Escherichia coli
DPC, 45°C
solution

Membrane domain of E. coli histidine kinase receptor ArcB

2KSD
13 kDa/1Cell Free Expression
LMPG
solutionMaslennikov et al. (2010)

Membrane domain of E. coli histidine kinase receptor QseC

2KSE
21 kDa/1Cell Free Expression
LMPG
solutionMaslennikov et al. (2010)

Membrane domain of E. coli histidine kinase receptor KdpD

2KSF
11 kDa/1Cell Free Expression
LMPG
solutionMaslennikov et al. (2010)

EphA1 transmembrane domain
at pH 4.3 and 6.3

8 kDa/2 Escherichia coli isotropic bicelles (140 mM DHPC; 35 mM DMPC; 40°C) solution
EphA2 dimeric structure

at pH 5

9 kDa/2 Escherichia coli isotropic bicelles (140 mM DHPC; 35 mM DMPC; 40°C) solution
FGFR3 transmembrane domain dimer
9 kDa/2 Escherichia coli
DPC (88 mM) and SDS (10 mM)
solution
human KCNE1

16 kDa/1 Escherichia coli
LMPG (80 mM; 40°C)
solution
DsbB and DsbB-ubiquinone complex

18 kDa/1 Escherichia coli
DPC, 40°C
solution
DsbB2 peptide
3 kDa/1
synthetic
TFE solution
Hwang and Hilty (2011)
DsbB3 peptide
4 kDa/1
synthetic TFE solution
Hwang and Hilty (2011)
Membrane protein complex DsbB-DsbA
(with ubiquinone)
42 kDa/1
Escherichia coli (C43)
microcrystalised outside the lipid membrane with residual native lipids
MAS and X-ray
Tang et al. (2011)
DsbB
(
C41S mutant)
18 kDa/1
Escherichia coli (C43)
microcrystalised outside the lipid membrane with residual native lipids MAS and X-ray
Tang et al. (2013)
Integrin alphaIIb-beta3

15 kDa/1 Escherichia coli
Acetonitrile, Water, 25°C
solution
Integrin alphaIIb-beta3
shorter construct

9 kDa/1 Escherichia coli
isotropic bicelles (385 mM DHPC; 83 mM POPC; 41mM POPS; 30°C)
solution
Integrin beta3 subunit
16771 9 kDa/1 Escherichia coli
DPC
solution
N-terminal domain of subunit E (E1-52) of A1AO ATP synthase from Methanocaldococcus jannaschii

2KK7

16354
6 kDa/1 Escherichia coli Trifluoroethanol, Water solution Gayen et al. (2009)
i3 intracellular loop of the vasopressin V2 receptor

2JX4

  6 kDa/1 synthetic DPC solution Bellot et al. (2009)
Ste2p of yeast alpha-factor receptor, double transmembrane fragment

2K9P

  9 kDa/1 Escherichia coli LPPG (200 mM; 47°C)
solution Neumoin et al. (2009)
Rv1761c from Mycobacterium tuberculosis
17 kDa/1
Escherichia coli
DPC (150 mM; 50°C)
solution
Pf1 coat protein
5 kDa/1
Pseudomonas aeroginusa
DHPC (100 mM; 50°C)
solution
Park et al. (2009)
Pf1 coat protein
5 kDa/1
Pseudomonas aeroginusa
DHPC, bicelles and lipids
solution and oriented
Park et al. (2010)
human alpha-defensin HNP-1
3 kDa/1
Escherichia coli microcrystalised outside the lipid membrane MAS
Zhang et al. (2009)
v-SNARE Synaptobrevin 2
13 kDa/1
Escherichia coliDPC
solution
Ellena et al. (2009)

t-SNARE Syntaxin-1A

2M8R
19266 12 kDa/1Escherichia coliDPC (100 mM; 40°C) solution
Liang et al. (2013)
human CD4
2KLU
15479 8 kDa/1
Escherichia coli DPC
solution Wittlich et al. (2010)
Sensory rhodopsin II
2KSY 16678
26 kDa/1
Escherichia coli c7-DHPC (100 mM; 50°C)
solution Gautier et al. (2010)

Proteorhodopsin

2L6X
27 kDa/1Cell Free Expressionc7-DHPC
solutionReckel et al. (2011)

Anabaena Sensory Rhodopsin

2M3G
83 kDa/3Escherichia colilipids (DMPC/DMPA:9/1)
MASWang et al. (2013)
Histidine-Rich Peptide LAH4 (pH 6.1 and 4.1)
2KJO
2KJN
16332
3 kDa/1
synthetic DPC
solution Georgescu et al. (2010)
Transmembrane Segment VI of the NHE1 Isoform of the Na+/H+ Exchanger
2L0E


3 kDa/1
synthetic DPC
solution Tzeng et al. (2010)

DAP12 transmembrane homodimer

2L34
7 kDa/2 Escherichia coli SDS (25 mM) and DPC (250 mM), 30°C
solution Call et al. (2010)

DAP12-NKG2C transmembrane heterotrimer

2L35
10 kDa/1 Escherichia coli SDS (25 mM) and DPC (250 mM), 30°C solution Call et al. (2010)

Voltage-sensing domain of KvAP

2KYH
16 kDa/1 Escherichia coli c7-DHPC (5mM, 45°C) solution Butterwick and MacKinnon (2010)
Antibacterial MSI-594 peptide 2L36

2 kDa/1 synthetic
Lipopolysaccharide micelles solution Domadia et al. (2010)
Nonstructural protease 2 of the hepatitis C virus [27-59]

2KWT

4 kDa/1 synthetic
TFE
solution Jirasko et al. (2010)
Nonstructural protease 2 of the hepatitis C virus [60-99]

2KWZ

4 kDa/1 synthetic
TFE
solution Jirasko et al. (2010)

s34r envelope glycoprotein E2 of the hepatitis C virus

2KZQ
4 kDa/1 synthetic
TFE
solution Albecka et al. (2011)

Hepatitis C virus core-E1 signal KKGF peptide

2LIF
3 kDa/1synthetic
TFE
solutionOehler et al. (2012)

p7 channel from hepatitis C virus

2M6X
41 kDa/6Escherichia coliDPC (200 mM)
solutionOuYang et al. (2013)

C-terminal domain of rotavirus outer capsid protein VP7

2KVL
2LM7

7 kDa/1syntheticChloroform/Methanol
DPC (100 mM)
solutionElaid et al. (2014)
NS2(2-32) protein of GB virus B

2LZP

3 kDa/1synthetic
TFE/H2O
solutionBoukadida et al. (2014)

2LZQ

3 kDa/1synthetic
TFE/H2O
solutionBoukadida et al. (2014)

2MKB

3 kDa/1synthetic
TFE/H2O
solutionBoukadida et al. (2014)

Ost4, a subunit of the oligosaccharyltransferase complex

2LAT
4 kDa/1 synthetic
Chloroform/Methanol
solution Gayen and Kang (2011)

Human amylin

2L86
4 kDa/1 synthetic
SDS (200 mM)
solution Nanga et al. (2011)

Mitochondrial uncoupling protein 2

2LCK
33 kDa/1 Escherichia coli DPC, Cardiolipin, DMPC
solution Berardi et al. (2011)

Human HIGD1A

(PRE based backbone structure determination)

2LOM
10 kDa/1Cell Free ExpressionLMPG
solutionKlammt et al. (2012)

Human HIGD1B

(PRE based backbone structure determination)

2LON
11 kDa/1Cell Free ExpressionLMPG
solutionKlammt et al. (2012)

Human TMEM14A

(NOE based backbone structure determination)

2LOO
12 kDa/1Cell Free ExpressionLMPG
solutionKlammt et al. (2012)

Human TMEM14A

(PRE based backbone structure determination)

2LOP
12 kDa/1Cell Free ExpressionLMPG
solutionKlammt et al. (2012)

Human FAM14B (Interferon alpha-inducible protein 27-like protein 1)

(PRE based backbone structure determination)

2LOQ
11 kDa/1Cell Free ExpressionLMPG
solutionKlammt et al. (2012)

Human TMEM141

(PRE based backbone structure determination)

2LOR
12 kDa/1Cell Free ExpressionLMPG
solutionKlammt et al. (2012)

Human TMEM14C

(PRE based backbone structure determination)

2LOS
13 kDa/1Cell Free ExpressionLMPG
solutionKlammt et al. (2012)

LC4 transmembrane segment of CCR5

2RRS

2 kDa/1syntheticSDS solutionMiyamoto and Togiya (2011)

G-protein coupled chemokine receptor CXCR1

2LNL
18170 34 kDa/1Escherichia coliDMPC
MASPark et al. (2012)

G-protein coupled chemokine receptor CCR2 membrane-proximal C-terminal region


2MLO
2MLQ
19828 2 kDa/1Escherichia coli (C41)
10mM DPC
8uM FROUNT
solutionEsaki et al. (2014)

Small C-terminal  fragment of the transmembrane domain of the amyloid precursor protein (dimer)

2LOH
18080 9 kDa/2Escherichia coliDPC
solutionNadezhdin et al. (2012)

C99 C-terminal fragment of the transmembrane domain of the amyloid precursor protein  (monomer)

2LP1
15775 14 kDa/1Escherichia coliLMPG
solutionBarrett et al. (2012)

transmembrane domain of the amyloid beta A4 precursor protein

2LZ3
18649 6 kDa/2Escherichia coliDPC
solutionChen et al. (2014)

transmembrane domain of the amyloid beta A4 precursor protein (V44M mutant)

2LZ4
18648 6 kDa/2Escherichia coliDPC
solutionChen et al. (2014)

S. aureus apoptotic-like membrane peptide pepA1

4B19

3 kDa/1syntheticChloroform/Methanol  solutionSayed et al. (2012)

Rabbit cytochrome b5

2M33
18919 13 kDa/1Escherichia coliDPC and bicelles solution and oriented
Ahuja et al. (2013)

Human glycine receptor alpha1 TM (monomer subunit)

2M6B
19126 17 kDa/1Escherichia coliLPPG (100 mM) solution
Mowrey et al. (2013)
Human glycine receptor alpha1 TM (putative pentameric open-channel)

2M6I
19126 87 kDa/5Escherichia coliLPPG (100 mM) solution
Mowrey et al. (2013)

Transmembrane Segment IV of the Salt Tolerance Protein Sod2

2M7X
19216 3 kDa/1Escherichia coli Chloroform/Propanol solution
Ullah et al. (2013)

Temporin-1 Ta

2MAA
19334 1 kDa/1Escherichia coliLPS solution
Saravanan et al. (2013)

Lasiocepsin

2MBD
19396 3 kDa/1SyntheticSDS (100 mM) solution
Monincova et al. (2014)

Salmonella Transmembrane Regulatory Peptide, MgtR

2MC7
19334 3 kDa/1SyntheticDMPC (37°C) oriented
Jean-François et al. (2014)

Moronecidin

2MCU
19454 3 kDa/1SyntheticDMPC/DMPG bilayer (40°C) oriented
Perrin et al. (2014)
Moronecidin

2MCV
19455 3 kDa/1SyntheticPOPE/POPG bilayer (22°C) oriented
Perrin et al. (2014)

Piscidin-3

2MCW
19456 2 kDa/1SyntheticDMPC/DMPG bilayer (40°C) oriented
Perrin et al. (2014)
Piscidin-3

2MCX
19457 2 kDa/1SyntheticPOPE/POPG bilayer (22°C) oriented
Perrin et al. (2014)

Insulin receptor, TM

2MFR
19568 7 kDa/1Escherichia coliDPC solution
Li et al. (2014)

HIV gp41-M-MAT

2LP7
2M7W
18237
19215
21 kDa/3Escherichia coliDPC (100 mM) solution
Reardon et al. (2014)

HIV  gp41 ectodomain

2MK3
19750
8 kDa/1Escherichia coliDPC (100 mM) solution
Roche et al. (2014)

TatB component of the twin-arginine translocation system

2MI2
19618
12 kDa/1Escherichia coliDPC (40 mM) solution
Zhang et al. (2014)

channel-forming α-helical TM domain of the SARS Coronavirus envelope (CoV E)

2MM4
19845
6 kDa/1Escherichia coliSDS solution
Li et al. (2014)

Spike Glycoprotein of SARS Coronavirus fragments:
Fusion peptide
Pre-transmembrane domain

Internal fusion Peptide 

2RUM
2RUN
2RUO

2 kDa/1
2 kDa/1
2 kDa/1
synthetic125mM DPC solution
Mahajan and Bhattacharjya (2015)

Transmembrane Domain of Lysosome-Associated Membrane Protein Type 2a. Monomer and oligomer

2MOF
2MOM
19941
4 kDa/1
13 kDa/3
Escherichia coli150mM DPC + 5mM DMPC solution
Rout et al. (2014)

Erythropoietin Receptor

2MV6
25079
5 kDa/1
Escherichia coliDPC solution
Li et al. (2014)

MEMBRANE ASSOCIATED PROTEINS (NOT TRANSMEMBRANE)
Mistic membrane-integrating protein

13 kDa/1
Escherichia coli
LDAO
solution

Cytosolic domain of C. elegans mechanosensory ion channel subunit MEC-4

2K2B 13 kDa/1 Escherichia coli Zwittergent solution Everett et al.

Mastoparan

2CZP 10001
2 kDa
Escherichia coli DPPC:DPPG=4:1
MAS
Todokoro et al. (2006)

Human Nogo (Neurite Outgrowth Inhibitor)

2KO215933
9 kDa
Escherichia coliDPC
solution
Vasudevan et al. (2010)
Influenza hemagglutinin fusion domain
2KXA

16907 3 kDa/1
Escherichia coliDPC
solutionLorieau et al. (2010)
Influenza hemagglutinin fusion peptide (G8A mutant)

2LWA
9 kDa/3Escherichia coliDPC
solutionLorieau et al. (2012)

Substance P

2KS9
2KSA
2KSB
1 kDa/1 synthetic isotropic bicelles
solution Gayen et al. (2011)

AS1p-Tar peptide from HAMP domain

2L9G
2 kDa/1 synthetic isotropic bicelles (240mM DHPC; 54mM DMPC; 6mM DMPG) solution Unnerstale et al. (2011)

N-terminal regulatory segment of carnitine palmitoyltransferase 1A 

2LE3
5 kDa/1 Escherichia coli Various detergent micelles (DAC, DDAC, TDAC, HDAC, OM, DDMG...) solution Rao et al. (2011)

Vasoactive intestinal peptide 

2RRH
2RRI
3 kDa/1 Escherichia coli Methanol
DPC micelles
solution Umetsu et al. (2011)
Fusion Loop from Ebolavirus GP2 at pH 5.5
2LCY

17638 6 kDa/1
Escherichia coliDPC (150mM)
solutionGregory et al. (2011)
Fusion Loop from Ebolavirus GP2 at pH 7.0
2LCZ

17639 6 kDa/1
Escherichia coliDPC (150mM)
solutionGregory et al. (2011)
Fusion Loop from Ebolavirus GP2 at pH 5.5, mutant L529A/I544A
2M5F

19052 6 kDa/1
Escherichia coliDPC (150mM)
solutionGregory et al. (2014)
Fusion Loop from Ebolavirus GP2 at pH 5.5, mutant I544A
2MB1

19383 6 kDa/1
Escherichia coliDPC (150mM)
solutionGregory et al. (2014)

N-terminal domain Htt17 of Huntingtin

2LD0
2 kDa/1syntheticTFE/H2O solution
Michalek et al. (2013)

N-terminal domain Htt17 of Huntingtin

2LD2
2 kDa/1syntheticPOPC on glass plates
and DPC micelles
oriented and solution
Michalek et al. (2013)

Antiamoebin I

2M1F
2 kDa/1syntheticisotropic bicelles (30mM DMPC; 120mM DHPC)
solution
Shenkarev et al. (2013)

tBid and its BH3 domain

2M5I
15 kDa/1Escherichia coliLPPG
solution
Wang and Tjandra (2013)

Outer-membrane lipoprotein LpoA

2MHK
28 kDa/1Escherichia colisodium acetate
solution
Jean et al. (2014)

Outer-membrane lipoprotein LpoB

2MII
21 kDa/1Escherichia colisodium acetate
solution
Egan et al. (2014)


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