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Table 3 RMSD values of the structurally important residues between the AsAPN1 and AgAPN1 proteins

From: Identification, molecular characterization and expression of aminopeptidase N-1 (APN-1) from Anopheles stephensi in SF9 cell line as a candidate molecule for developing a vaccine that interrupt malaria transmission

No.Position on the AgAPN1Sequence/amino acidPosition on the AsAPN1RMSD (mean)Sequence importance
1330–337GAMENWGL336–3430.310Gluzucin
2366–389HEY2AH17E372–3950.154Zinc binding
3758T7640.126Ookinet.attachment
4821T8270.214Ookinet.attachment
5736Cys7420.115Disulfide.bridg.
6743Cys7490.085Disulfide.bridg.
7772Cys7780.308Disul.bridg.
8808Cys8140.179Disul.bridg.
9179–193YVSSYVADNGERRYL185–1990.200Immunogen