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   NP_904517.1;C.KN20883A
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NP_904517.1    REFERENCE SYSTEM

Accession: NP_904517.1
Description: gi|34540038|ref|NP_904517.1| immunoreactive 32 kDa antigen PG49 [Porphyromonas gingivalis W83]
Organism: PORPHYROMONAS GINGIVALIS W83
Keyword: gi|34540038|ref|NP_904517.1| immunoreactive 32 kDa antigen PG49 [Porphyromonas gingivalis W83]

  

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PDB similairty                    
No.    Start    End    Identity%    Coverage%    Evalue
1.          30          333          100          90.99          0.0e+00
     Pdb:4RDB CRYSTAL STRUCTURE OF AN IMMUNOREACTIVE 32 KDA ANTIGEN PG49 (; PMID:;
 
NR homologs                 
No.    Start    End    Identity%    Coverage%    Evalue
1.          1          333          100          99.70          0.0e+00
     gi|34540038|ref|NP_904517.1| immunoreactive 32 kDa antigen ;  PMID:12949112;
     gi|34396349|gb|AAQ65416.1| immunoreactive 32 kDa antigen ;  PMID:12949112;
2.          1          333          99          99.70          0.0e+00
     gi|5759285|gb|AAD51071.1| immunoreactive 32kD antigen PG;  PMID:;
3.          5          282          23          83.18          1.0e-04
4.          5          188          24          54.95          5.0e-04
 

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