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by theyankee
February 20th, 2012, 8:46 pm
Forum: 2012 Lab Events
Topic: Protein Modeling C
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Views: 60024

Re: Protein Modeling C

On the sequence charts at:
http://www.pdb.org/pdb/explore/remediat ... ureId=1I3O
It shows the 3/10 helices as light pink and always 3 amino acids long... that's what I went with, but now with Jmol I'm not so sure anymore :?
by theyankee
February 20th, 2012, 6:37 pm
Forum: 2012 Lab Events
Topic: Protein Modeling C
Replies: 405
Views: 60024

Re: Protein Modeling C

I've encountered a problem... the 3/10 helices are 2 amino acids long, therefore when I twist them, they have to be really tight -_-
by theyankee
February 20th, 2012, 5:43 pm
Forum: 2012 Lab Events
Topic: Protein Modeling C
Replies: 405
Views: 60024

Re: Protein Modeling C

Hmm... It doesn't seem to do that for me on any browser.
by theyankee
February 20th, 2012, 5:23 pm
Forum: 2012 Lab Events
Topic: Protein Modeling C
Replies: 405
Views: 60024

Re: Protein Modeling C

Thanks for your reply, but yes, all of the helices I specified were 3/10... so does that mean I should make them bigger/smaller?

EDIT: I'm taking the sequences based on DSSP, is that accurate? Because I don't know how to find the residue number of an amino acid on JMOL.
by theyankee
February 20th, 2012, 4:22 pm
Forum: 2012 Lab Events
Topic: Protein Modeling C
Replies: 405
Views: 60024

Re: Protein Modeling C

Hey guys, sorry if this question is really noobish, but I was put in this event recently with no prior knowledge of proteins (or too much biology in general, it really isn't my thing). In the model for caspase-3, would we have to show the helices in chain A for residues 224-226 and 271-273, and in c...

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