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Figure 1
(a) The EAL domain (PF00563, magenta) from PDB entry 2bas (Minasov et al., 2009BB24), formerly known as DUF2, is now known to function as a cyclic diguanylate-specific phosphodiesterase enzyme. The structure of the associated C-terminal domain YkuI_C (PF10388) is coloured gold. (b) The GGDEF domain (in green) from PDB entry 1w25 (Chan et al., 2004BB5), formerly known as DUF1, is now known to function as a diguanylate cyclase enzyme. There are two copies of the response regulator receiver domain (PF00072, red) found at the N-terminus of each monomer within the dimeric structure. Figs. 1 and 4 were produced using OpenAstexViewer 3.0 (Hartshorn, 2002BB12).

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