A revised set of potentials for , & turn formation in proteins

@inproceedings{Hutchinson2002ARS,
  title={A revised set of potentials for , & turn formation in proteins},
  author={E. Gail Hutchinson and Janet and Earl. A. Thornton},
  year={2002}
}
Three thousand eight hundred ninety-nine P-turns have been identified and classified using a nonhomologous data set of 205 protein chains. These were used to derive &turn positional potentials for turn types I' and 11' for the first time and to provide updated potentials for formation of the more common types I , 11, and VIII. Many of the sequence preferences for each of the 4 positions in turns can be rationalized in terms of the formation of stabilizing hydrogen bonds, preferences for amino… CONTINUE READING
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