Are aromatic carbon donor hydrogen bonds linear in proteins?

@article{Nanda2008AreAC,
  title={Are aromatic carbon donor hydrogen bonds linear in proteins?},
  author={Vikas Nanda and Ann M. Schmiedekamp},
  journal={Proteins},
  year={2008},
  volume={70 2},
  pages={489-97}
}
Proteins fold and maintain structure through the collective contributions of a large number of weak, noncovalent interactions. The hydrogen bond is one important category of forces that acts on very short distances. As our knowledge of protein structure continues to expand, we are beginning to appreciate the role that weak carbon-donor hydrogen bonds play… CONTINUE READING