Welcome to D3DistalMutation database

In general, D3DistalMutation describes the effect of distal mutation (mutations more than 10 Å away from the active site) on enzyme activity and classified enzymes into four classes, viz., no activity change, decrease activity, loss of activity and increase activity. The D3DistalMutation provides information including mutation residues, active sites, the closest distances, activity change description and references. We hope that the D3DistalMutation can facilitate allosteric drug design and industrial catalysis research.

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Users can make global search and fuzzy search of D3DistalMutation.


Users can click entries under the title of “Enzyme name” to download three-dimensional pse files of D3DistalMutation. The three-dimensional pse files highlighting mutant residue, active residues, and predicted pockets for further research could be visualized by PyMOL. In the pse files, pockets sequence numbers in ascending order correspond to pockets volume in descending order, for example, the poceket1 house the largest pocket volume.

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Users can click entries under the title of “Uniprot ID”, “PDB ID” and “References” to jump to UniProt, PDB and PubMed, respectively.


The raw data contains 2130 enzymes, of which 1000 enzymes have distal mutations. Enzyme classification (A, B) and source organism (C, D) of enzymes are shown below. Users can click the picture to view the enzymes, their enzyme classification and source organism.