Introduction to protein structure
A contemporary account of the principles of protein structure, with examples of proteins in their biological context. Includes chapters on the general principles, specific examples of structures and on determining and predicting.
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Motifs of Protein Structure
Topology diagrams are useful for classification
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434 repressor active adjacent amino acid residues amino acid sequence antibody antigen antiparallel arranged B-DNA base pairs Biochem Biol bound C-terminal catalytic triad cells chymotrypsin coli complex conformation contains core crystal structure cytochrome dehydrogenase determined diffraction dimer DNA polymerase DNA-binding domain electron enzyme Figure fold function gene genetic Greek key motif hairpin heavy chain helix helix-turn-helix helix-turn-helix motif hydrogen bonds hydrophobic icosahedral immunoglobulin interactions jelly roll lambda ligand loop regions lysozyme main chain major groove membrane molecular molecule mutant Natl nucleotide packing peptide phage phosphate polypeptide chain positions predicted protein molecules protein structures reaction center receptor recognition resolution Schematic diagram secondary structure sequence homology sheet shown side chains similar specific stability strands substrate subtilisin subunits surface symmetry tertiary structure three-dimensional structure topology diagram transcription factors transmembrane helices trp repressor variable domains viral virus viruses x-ray structure zinc finger