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QUEEN'SBCHM 310CampbellFall

BCHM 310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4.3a: Keratin, Peptide, Coiled Coil

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Polypeptide chains folded into a strands or sheets spherical or globular shape. Usually consist largely of a single type. Often contain several types o
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QUEEN'SBCHM 310CampbellFall

BCHM 310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4.2b: Beta Sheet, Peptide

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But b structures are not within a single contiguous region of the polypeptide chain. 2 regions that are prone to form extended conformations (each regi
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QUEEN'SBCHM 310CampbellFall

BCHM 310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4.3f: Intrinsically Disordered Proteins, Proline, Conformational Change

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Intrinsically disordered proteins have properties distinct from classical structured proteins. They lack a hydrophobic core, and instead are characteri
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QUEEN'SBCHM 310CampbellFall

BCHM 310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4.2a: Alpha Helix, Beta Turn, Peptide

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A regular secondary structure occurs when each dihedral angle, phi and psi, remains the same/nearly the same throughout the segment. types of secondary
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QUEEN'SBCHM 310CampbellFall

BCHM 310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4.3b: Coiled Coil, Supramolecular Assembly, Ultimate Tensile Strength

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The collagen helix is a unique secondary structure, it is distinct from the alpha- helix. left-handed and has three amino acid residues per turn. The c
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QUEEN'SBCHM 310CampbellFall

BCHM 310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4.2c: Beta Turn, Well-Order, Proline

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QUEEN'SBCHM 310CampbellFall

BCHM 310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4.3c: Fibroin, Beta Sheet, Close-Packing Of Equal Spheres

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