Palindromes in Proteins

@article{GielPietraszuk2003PalindromesIP,
  title={Palindromes in Proteins},
  author={M. Giel-Pietraszuk and M. Hoffmann and Sylwia Dolecka and J. Rychlewski and J. Barciszewski},
  journal={Journal of Protein Chemistry},
  year={2003},
  volume={22},
  pages={109-113}
}
Palindromes in DNA consist of nucleotides sequences that read the same from the 5′-end to the 3′-end, and its double helix is related by twofold axis. They occur in genomes of all organisms and have various functions. For example, restriction enzymes often recognize palindromic sequences of DNA. Palindromes in telomeres are crucial for initiation of replication. One can ask the questions, Do palindromes occur in protein, and if so, what function they play? We have searched the protein SWISSPROT… Expand
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