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Figure 5
Primary, secondary and tertiary structure of Rap1a. (a) The sequence of mature Rap1a. The 26-residue N-­terminal signal sequence is not shown. These residues represent the cleaved N-terminal signal sequence that was omitted from the analysis. The assigned α-helical secondary structure is shown and the helices are numbered. Residues involved in disulfide-bond formation are coloured yellow and residues that contribute to the dimer interface are shown on a blue background. (b) Cartoon representation of the Rap1a dimer with labelled helices; Nt and Ct mark the N- and C-terminal positions. The disulfides formed between Cys78 and Cys122 are shown as yellow sticks. (c) The residues and hydrogen bonds (dashed lines) at the dimer interface. C atoms are shown in grey and cyan to distinguish the subunits.

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