Crystallographic characterization of pertactin, a membrane-associated protein from Bordetella pertussis

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Journal of Molecular Biology, 1994, 235 (2), pp. 772 - 773
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Pertactin, a membrane-associated protein of Bordetella pertussis, has been crystallized in the presence of 28% ammonium sulphate. The space group is P 6322 with cell dimensions a = b = 178·2 Å and c = 106·8 Å. The crystals diffract to 3·3 Å using a rotating anode source and are suitable for an X-ray structure determination. Assuming one molecule in the asymmetric unit, 70% of the cell is occupied by solvent.
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