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N Use By Plants
Nitrate Assimilation
Ammonia Assimilation
Glu, Gln, Asn, Gly, Ser
Aminotransferases
Asp, Ala, GABA
Val, Leu, Ileu, Thr, Lys
Pro, Arg, Orn
Polyamines
Non-protein AAs
Alkaloids
Sulfate Assimilation
Cys, Met, AdoMet, ACC
His, Phe, Tyr, Tryp
Secondary Products
Onium Compounds
Enzymes
Methods
Simulation
References
HORT640 - Metabolic Plant Physiology

Nitrate uptake and reduction

Three Dimensional Structure of Nitrate Reductase

The image(s) below show the cytochrome b fragment of the Zea mays NADH nitrate reductase [EC 1.6.6.1] complexed with FAD (green). This fragment of nitrate reductase consists of two domains, the amino-terminal lobe, which binds FAD, and the carboxy-terminal lobe, which is presumed to bind NADH, connected by a linker region. Image(s) were obtained using the Glaxo Wellcome Experimental Research Swiss-Pdb Viewer (v3.6b3) (see references below) with crystal structure data derived from: Lu G, Campbell WH, Schneider G, Lindqvist Y 1994 Crystal structure of the FAD-containing fragment of corn nitrate reductase at 2.5 A resolution: relationship to other flavoprotein reductases. Structure 2: 809-821 [sequence = NIA1_MAIZE P17571].



    Guex, N., Diemand, A. and Peitsch, M.C. (1999)
    Protein modelling for all.
    TiBS 24: 364-367.

    Guex, N. and Peitsch, M. C. (1997)
    SWISS-MODEL and the Swiss-PdbViewer: An environment for
    comparative protein modelling.
    Electrophoresis 18: 2714-2723.

    Peitsch, M. C. (1995)
    Protein modeling by E-mail
    Bio/Technology 13: 658-660.

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