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Figure 5

From: In silico analysis of the polygalacturonase inhibiting protein 1 from apple, Malus domestica

Figure 5

Alignment of the amino acids from Phaseolus vulgaris polygalacturonase inhibiting protein 2 ( Pv PGIP2) and Malus domestica PGIP1 ( Md PGIP1) without the signal peptides. Glycine residues and aromatic and hydrophobic residues thought to be responsible for the bending of sheet B2 in PvPGIP2 are highlighted in green and red, respectively. Asparagine residues are highlighted in blue within the LRR domains.

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