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A common motif in the secondary structure of proteins, the alpha helix (α-helix) is a right- or left-handed coiled conformation, resembling a spring, in which every backbone N-H group donates a hydrogen bond to the backbone...
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The alpha helix in biology as well as the A and B forms of DNA are also right-handed helices. ... Alpha helix. Collagen. Helical symmetry. Helicoid. Helix ...
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Secondary Structure: The Alpha Helix ... The alpha helix was initially described in 1951 by Linus Pauling and Robert ... suppose the alpha helix is a preferred ...
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Alpha helix. Have you considered sponsoring a child ... This is the "Alpha helix" reference article from the English Wikipedia. ...
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What is a(n) alpha helix – Our zoology dictionary has ecology, physiology, ... alpha helix The right-handed, or less commonly left-handed, coil-like ...
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The research vessel Alpha Helix was a National Oceanographic Facility of the ... Professor Per Scholander conceived the Alpha Helix as providing a milieu in ...
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Alpha helix. From open-encyclopedia.com - the free encyclopedia. A ... de:Alpha-Helix eo:Alfa-helico ja:Πだ̧リッã" ̄ã"¹ sv:Alfa-helix. Found an omission? ...
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The backbone of an alpha helix (shown in color below) is arranged in a spiral ... The alpha helix is stabilized by hydrogen bonds between the carbonyl oxygen of ...
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Energetics of the structure of the four-alpha-helix bundle in proteins. ... Thermodynamics and mechanism of alpha helix initiation in alanine and valine peptides. ...
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Packing of alpha-helices: geometrical constraints and contact areas. J Mol Biol. ... Interactions between an alpha-helix and a beta-sheet. ...
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Alpha helix. Wikipedia ... Alpha helices in living organisms have a right ... Thus in an alpha helix, the ith residue's carbonyl oxygen forms a hydrogen bond ...
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... either in the form of an alpha helix or the beta pleated sheet. ... Alpha Helix - Chime in new window. Main peptide in Chime is minus the hydrogens atoms. ...
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an Alpha Helix and Beta Sheet. This kit contains two types of backbone pieces. ... configurations needed to make an alpha helix or a beta sheet, the phi/psi angles ...
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Information about alpha helix in the free online English ... University of Alaska's 140-foot research vessel Alpha Helix, led by my mentor, ...
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Alpha Helix. An a helix has the following features: every 3.6 residues make one turn, ... Imaging that in the above figure the helix is spiraling upward. ...
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