Structural principles for the propeller assembly of β‐sheets: The preference for seven‐fold symmetry

@article{Murzin1992StructuralPF,
title={Structural principles for the propeller assembly of $\beta$‐sheets: The preference for seven‐fold symmetry},
author={Alexey G. Murzin},
journal={Proteins: Structure},
year={1992},
volume={14}
}
• A. Murzin
• Published 1 October 1992
• Chemistry, Engineering
• Proteins: Structure
Twisted β‐sheets, packed face to face, may be arranged in circular formation like blades of a propeller or turbine. This β‐pro‐peller fold has been found in three proteins: that in neuraminidase consists of six β‐sheets while those in methylamine dehydrogenase and galactose oxidase are composed of seven β‐sheets. A model for multisheet packing in the β‐propeller fold is proposed. This model gives both geometrical parameters of the β‐propellers composed of different numbers of sheets and…
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