Table 3. Common Spatial Occupancy Group One (CASOG-1) tiling atoms.

  VP1 + VP2 + VP3 External
VP1-PRO1 VP1-PRO2 VP1-PRO3
PDB Protein Orientation Res. Atom Res. Atom Res. Atom
1AYM HRV-A16 CASOG ONE P 146 1162 P 128 3305 P 135 5375
1BEV EV-G5-27 CASOG ONE P 147 1024 P 128 3048 P 135 5009
1D4M EV-B-CV-A9 CASOG ONE P 148 1170 P 128 3207 P 136 5266
1EAH EV-C-PV2 CASOG ONE P 161 1046 P 128 3207 P 136 5266
1HXS EV-C-PV1-M CASOG ONE P 161 1141 P 128 3227 P 136 5376
1OOP EV-B5-SVDV CASOG ONE P 147 1072 P 183 1343 P 249 1871
1PIV EV-C-PV3-S CASOG ONE P 161 1127 P 128 3223 P 136 5378
1TME TMEV-1 CASOG ONE P 147 1147 P 132 2920 P 131 4997
1V9U HRV-A2 CASOG ONE P 147 1047 P 128 3077 P 135 5161
1Z7S EV-C-CV-A21 CASOG ONE P 156 1107 P 128 3204 P 135 5338
3VBH EVA-71-1 CASOG ONE P 157 1188 P 128 3240 P 137 5243
4CEW EVA-71-2 CASOG ONE P 157 1188 P 128 3238 P 137 5241
4Q4Y EV-C-CV-A24 CASOG ONE P 163 1114 P 128 3222 P 135 5372
4WM7 EV-D68-4WM7 CASOG ONE P 149 1079 P 128 3154 P 135 5123

Table 3 lists specific proline main chain oxygens in the VP1, VP2, and VP3 proteins of CASOG-1 VP1234 crystal structures. These atoms were superposed onto consecutive PICORNAVIRUS TILING POINTS having a chain identifier of “1” (i.e., the VP1-PRO1, VP2-PRO1, and VP3-PRO1 atoms were first superposed onto PICORNAVIRUS TILING POINTS 1, 2, 3, then onto 4, 5, 6, and lastly onto 7, 8, 9). The residues containing the Table 3 proline atoms are aligned in Figure 1 Sections F-1 and D-14. Figure 3 illustrates the three separate superpositions of VP1234 required to construct a CASOG-1 picornavirus capsid tiling piece (3xVP1234). The constructed CASOG-1 picornavirus capsid tiling pieces are shown in Figure 4. Proline residues listed are flanked by an “*” in Figure 1.