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In biochemistry and chemistry, the tertiary structure of a protein or any other macromolecule is its three-dimensional structure, as defined by the atomic coordinates.
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You know as well as I do, that telephone cords also have a tertiary structure. ... The secondary coil structure is still there, but the tertiary tangle has been ...
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Tertiary structure describes the folding of the polypeptide chain to assemble ... In multi-domain proteins, tertiary structure includes the arrangement of domains ...
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tertiary structure n. The three-dimensional structure of a protein or nucleic acid. ... differences among primary secondary and tertiary structure in protein? ...
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protein structure The three-dimensional structure of a protein that is often key to ... The tertiary structure describes how a protein folds in on itself; the ...
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... bring the "cloverleaf" secondary structure in to the L-shaped tertiary structure. ... to highlight the tertiary interactions. ...
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The tertiary structure of a protein is a description of the complex and ... For tertiary structure, these includes changes in temperature, pH, and ionic strength. ...
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Tertiary Structure and Beyond ... Tertiary structure concerns how the secondary ... Tertiary structure describes the association of units within domains, but ...
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As mentioned, there are common tertiary structure patterns; however, it is still ... based on primary sequence what the final tertiary structure of a protein will be. ...
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The diagram above represents the tertiary structure of a protein. ... rise to tertiary structure. The forces that give rise to the tertiary structure of a ...
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PROTEIN TERTIARY STRUCTURE Sites are offered for calculating and displaying the ... Vector Machines; and, 3Dpro: Prediction of protein tertiary structure (Ab Initio) ...
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The tertiary structure of proteins is maintained by a host of weak, non-covalent ... Ribonuclease has several disulphide bonds stabilising its tertiary structure. ...
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Tertiary structure is stabilized by noncovalent interactions and, in some cases, ... Shown below is the tertiary structure of lysozyme. ...
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The function of a protein (except as food) depends on its tertiary structure. ... in the gene encoding a protein is a frequent cause of altered tertiary structure. ...
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What are tertiary (3?) and quaternary (4?) structures? What is super ... Tertiary structure is basically how the whole thing packs itself; it explains ...
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CSA of RNA Tertiary Structure. lone basepairs - a helix with a length of 1 ... Pseudoknots are tertiary structure, but the helices that make them up are both ...
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