Analysis of the Conformations Corresponding to Hexapeptide and Large Sequences Characterized by Continuous Single Amino Acid Repeats in Proteins
Keywords: Ala CARPs; Amino Acid Repeats; Amyloid peptides; Bacillus megaterium; C-alpha atom; CARPs; Dictionary of Secondary Structure in Proteins; Glu CARPs; Gly CARPs; Helicoverpa armigera; His CARPs; NMR; Polyalanine tracts; Pro CARP; Protein Sequence Structure Analysis Relational Database; Proteins; S-adenosyl-L-homocysteine; Structural Classification of Proteins (SCOP) database; Val CARP; X-ray crystallography; alanine; aspartic acid; bovine mitochondrial cytochrome bc1 complex; chameleon sequences; continuous amino acid repeats; docking domain; glutamic acid; glutamine; glutathione transferases; glycine; histidine; histidine CARPs; homopolymeric amino acid; inherited-diseases; lysine; methyl-accepting chemotaxis protein and lysozyme-like proteins; mid-gut procarboxypeptidase; peptide design; polyalanine; polyglutamine related-diseases; proline; protein data bank; protein sequence-structure analysis; secondary structure conformations; six-hairpin glycosidases; valine
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2010-12-01
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