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Production, crystallization and X-ray diffraction analysis of two nanobodies against the Duffy binding-like (DBL) domain DBL6 ∊ -FCR3 of the Plasmodium falciparum VAR2CSA protein. Corrigendum

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A correction is made to Fig. 1 and the text of the article by Vuchelen et al. (2013, Acta Cryst. F69, 270–274).

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Corrected sequence alignment of Nb2907 and Nb2919. The complementary determining regions (CDR) are shown in red boxes.
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fig1: Corrected sequence alignment of Nb2907 and Nb2919. The complementary determining regions (CDR) are shown in red boxes.

Mentions: In the article by Vuchelen et al. (2013 ▶) there is a mistake in Fig. 1. The second line of Nb19 is a copy of the second line of Nb07, instead of the correct Nb19 line. This results in a difference of four amino acids. In §3, it is mentioned that there is one amino-acid substitution between the two nanobodies but this should be five (to include the four from the second line). Also the sequence identity should be 94% instead of 98%. A correct version of Fig. 1 is published here ▶.


Production, crystallization and X-ray diffraction analysis of two nanobodies against the Duffy binding-like (DBL) domain DBL6 ∊ -FCR3 of the Plasmodium falciparum VAR2CSA protein. Corrigendum
Corrected sequence alignment of Nb2907 and Nb2919. The complementary determining regions (CDR) are shown in red boxes.
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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fig1: Corrected sequence alignment of Nb2907 and Nb2919. The complementary determining regions (CDR) are shown in red boxes.
Mentions: In the article by Vuchelen et al. (2013 ▶) there is a mistake in Fig. 1. The second line of Nb19 is a copy of the second line of Nb07, instead of the correct Nb19 line. This results in a difference of four amino acids. In §3, it is mentioned that there is one amino-acid substitution between the two nanobodies but this should be five (to include the four from the second line). Also the sequence identity should be 94% instead of 98%. A correct version of Fig. 1 is published here ▶.

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ABSTRACT

A correction is made to Fig. 1 and the text of the article by Vuchelen et al. (2013, Acta Cryst. F69, 270–274).

No MeSH data available.