volume 2, issue 7, P1106-1113 1993
DOI: 10.1002/pro.5560020705
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Abstract: AbstractThe atomic structure of an antibody antigen-binding fragment (Fab) at 2. 45 A resolution shows that polysaccharide antigen conformation and Fab structure dictated by combinatorial diversity and domain association are responsible for the fine specificity of the Brucella-specific antibody, YsT9.1. It discriminates the Brucella abortus A antigen from the nearly identical Brucella melitensis M antigen by forming a groove-type binding site, lined with tyrosine residues, that accommodates the rodlike A ant…

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