F-type ATPase. The enzyme can synthesize but not hydrolyze ATP due to the presence of the zeta inhibitor. The crystal structure is known (Morales-Rios et al. 2015). The complex that was crystallized contains the nine core proteins of the complete F-ATPase complex plus the zeta
inhibitor protein. The formation of crystals depended upon the presence of bound bacterial
cardiolipin and phospholipid molecules; when they were removed, the complex failed to crystallize.
|Protein Name:||ATP synthase F0 subcomplex C subunit|
|Species:||Paracoccus denitrificans (strain Pd 1222)  |
|Number of TMSs:||2|
1: MENLGQLGQY LGAGLACVGM AGAAMGVGNV AGNYLAGALR NPSAAASQTA TLFIGMAFAE
61: ALGIFSFLVA LLLLFAV