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Fig. 1 | BMC Structural Biology

Fig. 1

From: The crystal structure of JNK from Drosophila melanogaster reveals an evolutionarily conserved topology with that of mammalian JNK proteins

Fig. 1

Ribbon representation of Drosophila JNK complexed with AMP-PNP at a resolution of 1.79 Å. The DJNK structure is formed by two distinct domains: the N-terminal domain (orange) and the C-terminal domain (cyan). The bound AMP-PNP located in a deep cleft at the domain interface is shown in a magenta stick model. Secondary-structure elements are labeled as described in additional file 1. The disordered connecting loops are shown by dotted lines

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