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Beginner Puzzle (<150): Mini Arabidopsis Multi-Start Puzzle
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Name: Beginner Puzzle (<150): Mini Arabidopsis Multi-Start Puzzle
Status: Active
Created: 01/27/2014
Points: 100
Expires: 11/12/2020 - 23:00
Difficulty: Beginner
Description: This small unsolved Arabidopsis protein only has 59 residues and negatively controls the biosynthesis of starch in plants and regulates leaf and seed composition. We are giving you 5 starts for this puzzle. Resetting the puzzle will cycle through these 5 Zhang server predictions. They are also in the Alignment Tool so you can use partial threading as well as an extended chain. For players with fewer than 150 global points.

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If you are new to Foldit, here are detailed instructions to get you started:
http://fold.it/portal/node/988864
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If you want to fold proteins, know that there are many ways to play and this variety is the main value of Foldit :
- try all puzzles not only "Beginners" ones,
- fold first the ones you like the most,
- try it by yourself to understand what works and what doesn't,
- ask for tips in global chat when you think you don't understand something.

Make sure you have followed these tutorials:
- Lonely Sheets,
- Lock and Lower,
- Rebuild,
- Structure and Rebuild,
- Control over Clashing,
and especially:
- Alignin' Sequences

before starting this puzzle.

Categories: Beginner

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