Alexander Eisold

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As widely discussed in literature, spatial patterns of amino acids, so-called structural motifs, play an important role in protein function. The functionally responsible part of proteins often lies in an evolutionarily highly conserved spatial arrangement of only a few amino acids, which are held in place tightly by the rest of the structure. Those(More)
UNLABELLED The clarification of linkage between protein structure and function is still a demanding process and can be supported by comparison of spatial residue patterns, so-called structural motifs. However, versatile up-to-date resources to search for local structure similarities are rare. We present Fit3D, an easily accessible web application for highly(More)
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