F. Ma and Y.X. Yu contributed equally to this work.
Key sites residues involved in interacting with chemicals of pheromone-binding proteins from Lymantria dispar
Article first published online: 17 JUL 2014
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Journal of Applied Entomology
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Ma, F., Yu, Y. X., Qin, H., Zhang, J. H., Zhu, S. F., Chen, N. Z. and Luo, Y. Q. (2014), Key sites residues involved in interacting with chemicals of pheromone-binding proteins from Lymantria dispar. Journal of Applied Entomology. doi: 10.1111/jen.12143
Beijing Forestry University and Chinese Academy of Inspection and Quarantine contributed equally to this work.
- Article first published online: 17 JUL 2014
- Manuscript Accepted: 20 MAY 2014
- Manuscript Received: 8 JAN 2014
- National Natural Science Foundation. Grant Number: 31000882
- Forestry Industry Research Special Funds for Public Welfare Projects. Grant Number: 200904029
- Inspection and Quarantine Scientific Research in the Public Interest. Grant Number: 201310091
|jen12143-sup-0001-Table1.docx||Word document||13K||Table S1. Mutation energy of LdisPBP1 residues, the top three residues weighted mutation energy and two residues screened with the molecular docking methods were shown in bold, and the effects of mutation of these residues were destabilized.|
|jen12143-sup-0002-Table2.docx||Word document||13K||Table S2. Mutation energy of LdisPBP2 residues, the top three residues weighted mutation energy, and one residues screened with the molecular docking methods were shown in bold, which effect of mutation was neutral.|
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