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Proline in the helix

Gregory Nikiforovich gregory at GPC.IBC.WUSTL.EDU
Mon May 12 09:02:59 EST 1997

On 12 May 1997, Weiping Jiang wrote:

> Hi, there:
> In the standard alpha helix, every amino acid residue turns 100 degrees to 
> form a helix. How about proline? It could turn more (>100 degrees) or just 
> bends the helix? Any comments are welcome!
> Weiping

  Dear Weiping:

	If you can read anything except e-mail, please read any textbook
 on protein chemistry/biophysics and NOT WASTE OUR TIME.

	Hope it helps.


Gregory V. Nikiforovich
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