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.
From what I've heard you make the 3/10 helices have 3 amino acids per turn versus the usual 3.6.
So the 3/10 helices are from residues 224-226 and 271-273 in chain A, and 315-317 in chain B, correct? Should we label these different on the model, or simply mention it in our notecard?
And my second question is, Caspase-3 is shown to have a chain A,B,C,D,E,F. I realize we're only supposed to model A and B, and C/D is the second monomer. However, E and F are different. Which is XIAP? And what's the other chain then? Chain F has 2 parts to it as well. I'm getting extremely confused with those 2 (chains E and F).
I'm quirky like a quark.