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Figure 4: In silico analysis of protein tertiary structure of wild type and mutant protein. Models were generated based on the templates searched in the software (SWISS-MODELLER) on homology basis. The 3D protein structures (.pdb files) were viewed and compared by superimposition of wild and mutant proteins using CHIMERA. (A) PARKIN wild versus p.Q34R, (B) PARKIN wild v p.R42H, (C) PARKIN wild versus p.A82E and (D) PARKIN wild versus p.G359D.

Figure 4: <i>In silico</i> analysis of protein tertiary structure of wild type and mutant protein. Models were generated based on the templates searched in the software (SWISS-MODELLER) on homology basis. The 3D protein structures (.pdb files) were viewed and compared by superimposition of wild and mutant proteins using CHIMERA. (<b>A</b>) PARKIN wild versus p.Q34R, (<b>B</b>) PARKIN wild v p.R42H, (<b>C</b>) PARKIN wild versus p.A82E and (<b>D</b>) PARKIN wild versus p.G359D.