3 - Lehn Fig. 4-15 5 th . Fig. 4-16 4th Lehn Fig. 2-11 B...

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Unit of mass = dalton Mean mass of amino acid = 110 daltons To estimate molecular mass of protein: #aa x 110 Example: 500 aa protein x 110 = 55,000 Daltons or 55 kD
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B and T Fig. 1-5
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Fig. 4-2 Lehn
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Fig. 4-3 Lehn L-Ala
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B and T Fig. 1-7 Glycine
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B and T Fig. 2-2
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Fig. 4-4 4th Lehn
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Alpha helix stability affected by: Electrostatic repulsion or attraction between charged side chains Repulsion between bulky side chains Interactions between residues 3 - 4 apart Whether or not pro/gly present Amino acids at ends interacting with inherent dipole of helix
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B and T Fig. 2-4
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Fig. 4-6 Lehn
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Fig. 4-6 Lehn
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T u r n s / L o o p s L i n
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Fig. 4-7 Lehn
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Fig. 3-30 Lehn
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Lehn. Fig. 3-16 4th
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Fig. 4-15 5 th , Fig. 4-16 4th Lehn
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Fig. 4-15 Lehn
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Fig. 4-15 Lehn
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Fig. 4-15
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Unformatted text preview: Lehn Fig. 4-15 5 th . Fig. 4-16 4th Lehn Fig. 2-11 B and T 2 Major Structural Groups of Proteins Globular Fibrous Fig. 4-18 4th Lehn Fig. 4-18 4th Lehn Fig. 4-18 4th Lehn Fig. 2-12 B and T Fig. 4-20 Lehn Fig. 4-17 Lehn Fig. 4-21 Lehn Fig. 4-18 Lehn Lehn Fig. 12-23 FIBROUS PROTEINS Fig. 4-10 Lehn Fig. 4-10 Lehn Box 4-2 Lehn Fig. 14-1 B and T Fig. 4-11 Lehn Fig.4-12 Lehn Osteogenesis imperfecta Group of genetic bone disorders: One of brittle bone diseases Most patients have mutations in genes For Type I pro-collagen Single glycine replaced by larger R group Fig. 4-13 Lehn Fig. 4-14 4th Lehn HOW DO WE STUDY PROTEINS? Fig. 3-18 Lehn Fig. 3-19 Lehn Fig. 3-19 Lehn...
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This note was uploaded on 09/18/2009 for the course BIBC 100 taught by Professor Nehring during the Spring '07 term at UCSD.

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3 - Lehn Fig. 4-15 5 th . Fig. 4-16 4th Lehn Fig. 2-11 B...

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