Biochem Exam 3

Biochem Exam 3 - Starts out as alpha helix Coil back on...

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Biochem Exam 3 17:27 Remember diff kinds of weak interactions Covalent bond is not a weak interaction Which 2 elements have 2 degrees of freedom What a Ramachondrion map does? Most important contribution to the stability of a protein Alpha helical structure 3.6 residues 5.4 A R groups go on outside H Bonds are parallel to each other Read through reasons why alpha helical formation does not form in typical  sequence of amino acid (5 constraints) Right handed and Left handed alpha helix Know major aa found in beta confirmations Silk (2 aa most prevalent) Beta Turns What aa found in beta turns
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Unformatted text preview: Starts out as alpha helix Coil back on itself in left handed fashion Amine groups at end that repel each other with a pos. charge Basic structure of silk Use anti-parallel Question 18A: Collagen is a protein in which the polypeptides are in the right handed alpha helix formation Computational lens Mathematical lens that x-ray crystallography uses Define: Motif (Folds) Chaperone PDI (Protein Disulfide Isomerase) o Takes two linkages and switches them over PPI (Peptide Poly-cis-trans Isomerase) Conclusions from Ribonuclease A (not random phenomena) 17:27 17:27...
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