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Expired: 05/15/08 00:00:00
Top Group: L'Alliance Francophone
Top Player: overdonecashew
Top Score: 9,805
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A beginner puzzle, this protein has 55 sidechains. It is a mutant protein that has a serine replaced by an aspartate!
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Expired: 05/15/08 00:00:00
Top Player: ferzle
Top Score: 9,706
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This protein has 55 sidechains. It is a mutant protein that has a serine replaced by an aspartate!
Puzzle
Expired: 05/13/08 00:00:00
Top Group: University of Missouri
Top Player: ferzle
Top Score: 9,857
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This puzzle is for the UW competition! This protein has 88 sidechains. It's a translation initiation factor from a bacteria.
Puzzle
Expired: 05/12/08 00:00:00
Top Player: Anonymous
Top Score: 9,214
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This protein has 55 sidechains. It is a binding domain of a protein from a bacteria that can cause strep throat!
Puzzle
Expired: 05/09/08 00:00:00
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This protein has 63 sidechains. It's the amino-terminal domain of phage 434 repressor. This one starts off pretty well folded!
Puzzle
Expired: 05/07/08 00:00:00
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This protein has 66 sidechains. It is part of an E-propeptide complex found in bacteria.
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Expired: 05/05/08 00:00:00
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This protein has 58 sidechains! It is found in humans, and contains several beta sheets.
Puzzle
Expired: 05/02/08 00:00:00
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This protein has 128 sidechains! It is the response regulator protein of bacterial chemotaxis.
Puzzle
Expired: 04/30/08 00:00:00
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This protein has 89 sidechains. It's a cell adhesion protein, and is made up of several sheets.
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Expired: 04/28/08 00:00:00
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This protein has 59 sidechains. It's also a translation initiation factor from a bacteria, but a different domain.
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