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857: De-novo Freestyle 35: Hand-folding Round
Status: Closed


Name: 857: De-novo Freestyle 35: Hand-folding Round
Status: Closed
Created: 03/11/2014
Points: 100
Expired: 03/18/2014 - 23:00
Difficulty: Intermediate
Description: We are giving you another currently unsolved protein as an extended chain. This round only GUI scripts are allowed and sharing has been disabled. After this puzzle expires, the puzzle will be re-posted and LUA scripts and sharing will be allowed. You'll be able to load in your solutions from this puzzle and use scripting and sharing. The secondary structure predictions are provided on the starting model, with more details posted in the puzzle comments.
Categories: Hand-Folding, Overall, Prediction

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Secondary structure predictions

Here are the secondary structure predictions!
Here is the sequence logo predicted by the SAM server:

H = helix
E = sheet
C = loop (or coil)

The taller the letter at each position, the higher the probability of that specific secondary structure for that amino acid.

For example, the Glutamates at residues 20 and 22 are highly predicted to be part of a sheet. However, the Glutamates at residues 33-34 are predicted to be in a helix!

The above predictions are already on the starting model (based on the horizontal lines in the above figure).


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- lonely sheets,
- lock and lower,
- rebuild,
- structure and rebuild,
- control over clashing.

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