Relations between protein sequence and structure and their significance.

@article{Rooman1990RelationsBP,
  title={Relations between protein sequence and structure and their significance.},
  author={Marianne Rooman and J. Rodr{\'i}guez and Shoshana J. Wodak},
  journal={Journal of molecular biology},
  year={1990},
  volume={213 2},
  pages={337-50}
}
The relation between amino acid sequence and local structure in proteins is investigated. The local structures considered are either the four classes of secondary structure (H, E, T and C) or four classes of local conformations defined using measures of conformational similarity based on distances between C alpha atoms. The classes are obtained by applying an automatic clustering procedure to short polypeptide fragments of uniform length from a database of 75 known protein structures. The… CONTINUE READING
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The thrust of our investigation consists of systematically searching the database for simple amino acid patterns of the type Gly - X - Ala - X - X - Val , where X denotes an arbitrary residue .
The thrust of our investigation consists of systematically searching the database for simple amino acid patterns of the type Gly - X - Ala - X - X - Val , where X denotes an arbitrary residue .
AlanineNo subtypeLysine
We find , for instance , that the pattern Ala - Ala - X - X - Lys reliably characterizes helix , and the pattern Val - X - Val - X - X - X - Ala reliably characterizes extended structure and beta - strand .
We find , for instance , that the pattern Ala - Ala - X - X - Lys reliably characterizes helix , and the pattern Val - X - Val - X - X - X - Ala reliably characterizes extended structure and beta - strand .
LysineNo subtypeAlanine
We find , for instance , that the pattern Ala - Ala - X - X - Lys reliably characterizes helix , and the pattern Val - X - Val - X - X - X - Ala reliably characterizes extended structure and beta - strand .
We find , for instance , that the pattern Ala - Ala - X - X - Lys reliably characterizes helix , and the pattern Val - X - Val - X - X - X - Ala reliably characterizes extended structure and beta - strand .
AlanineNo subtypeValine
We find , for instance , that the pattern Ala - Ala - X - X - Lys reliably characterizes helix , and the pattern Val - X - Val - X - X - X - Ala reliably characterizes extended structure and beta - strand .
We find , for instance , that the pattern Ala - Ala - X - X - Lys reliably characterizes helix , and the pattern Val - X - Val - X - X - X - Ala reliably characterizes extended structure and beta - strand .
We find , for instance , that the pattern Ala - Ala - X - X - Lys reliably characterizes helix , and the pattern Val - X - Val - X - X - X - Ala reliably characterizes extended structure and beta - strand .
We find , for instance , that the pattern Ala - Ala - X - X - Lys reliably characterizes helix , and the pattern Val - X - Val - X - X - X - Ala reliably characterizes extended structure and beta - strand .
ValineNo subtypeAlanine
We find , for instance , that the pattern Ala - Ala - X - X - Lys reliably characterizes helix , and the pattern Val - X - Val - X - X - X - Ala reliably characterizes extended structure and beta - strand .
We find , for instance , that the pattern Ala - Ala - X - X - Lys reliably characterizes helix , and the pattern Val - X - Val - X - X - X - Ala reliably characterizes extended structure and beta - strand .
We find , for instance , that the pattern Ala - Ala - X - X - Lys reliably characterizes helix , and the pattern Val - X - Val - X - X - X - Ala reliably characterizes extended structure and beta - strand .
We find , for instance , that the pattern Ala - Ala - X - X - Lys reliably characterizes helix , and the pattern Val - X - Val - X - X - X - Ala reliably characterizes extended structure and beta - strand .
The thrust of our investigation consists of systematically searching the database for simple amino acid patterns of the type Gly - X - Ala - X - X - Val , where X denotes an arbitrary residue .
Amino AcidsChemical structure ofAlanine
The thrust of our investigation consists of systematically searching the database for simple amino acid patterns of the type Gly - X - Ala - X - X - Val , where X denotes an arbitrary residue .
LysineNo subtypeValine
We find , for instance , that the pattern Ala - Ala - X - X - Lys reliably characterizes helix , and the pattern Val - X - Val - X - X - X - Ala reliably characterizes extended structure and beta - strand .
We find , for instance , that the pattern Ala - Ala - X - X - Lys reliably characterizes helix , and the pattern Val - X - Val - X - X - X - Ala reliably characterizes extended structure and beta - strand .
ValineNo subtypeLysine
We find , for instance , that the pattern Ala - Ala - X - X - Lys reliably characterizes helix , and the pattern Val - X - Val - X - X - X - Ala reliably characterizes extended structure and beta - strand .
We find , for instance , that the pattern Ala - Ala - X - X - Lys reliably characterizes helix , and the pattern Val - X - Val - X - X - X - Ala reliably characterizes extended structure and beta - strand .
The thrust of our investigation consists of systematically searching the database for simple amino acid patterns of the type Gly - X - Ala - X - X - Val , where X denotes an arbitrary residue .
The thrust of our investigation consists of systematically searching the database for simple amino acid patterns of the type Gly - X - Ala - X - X - Val , where X denotes an arbitrary residue .
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