Symmetry patterns in trypsinogen.


When the primary structure of bovine trypsinogen is searched for the existence of regularities, according to Greller & Erhan (1974), one finds eight pairs of peptides, arranged in a symmetrical pattern along the molecule. These peptides cover 49% of the length of the molecule-112 of the 227 amino acids-and each pair folds in a similar way. This observation… (More)


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