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Expired: 03/03/08 00:00:00
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76 residues. Determination of the nuclear magnetic resonance structure of the DNA-binding domain of the p22 c2 repressor (1-76) in solution and comparison with the dna-binding domain of the 434 repressor. (Reprise of puzzle 18 with native.)
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Expired: 03/03/08 00:00:00
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81 residues. Der, a switch protein containing two GTPase domains. (Reprise of puzzle 15 with native.)
Puzzle
Expired: 02/24/08 00:00:00
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C-TERMINAL DOMAIN OF THE E. COLI RECA, NMR, MINIMIZED AVERAGE STRUCTURE
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Expired: 02/24/08 00:00:00
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SOLUTION STRUCTURE OF PHAGE P22 N PEPTIDE-BOX B RNA COMPLEX, NMR, 20 STRUCTURES
Puzzle
Expired: 09/14/09 23:00:00
Top Group: Richard Dawkins Foundation
Top Player: aap
Top Score: 11,744
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We've got a slighly different setup this time, now the ligand isn't movable! The problem: With the current backbone the protein can only touch half of the ligand. The goal: Rebuild and insert and delete backbone segments in combination with mutating amino acids to shelter the ligand. There are four editable regions so focus on those!
Puzzle
Expired: 09/09/09 23:00:00
Top Group: Another Hour Another Point
Top Player: champuli1
Top Score: 9,141
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While we work on fixing the server, here is a structure that begins totally extended. There is no secondary structure prediction for this puzzle, so how close to the native can you get starting completely from scratch? Good luck folding and we apologize again for all the server problems.
Puzzle
Expired: 02/11/08 00:00:00
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51 residues. Antifungal protein from aspergillus giganteus. Realign the sheets!
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Expired: 02/11/08 00:00:00
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90 residues. CA2+-bound calcyclin. Align the two small sheets and then pack in the helices!
Puzzle
Expired: 02/04/08 00:00:00
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76 residues. L11 ribosomal protein RNA binding domain, NMR.
Puzzle
Expired: 02/04/08 00:00:00
Categories:
76 residues. Determination of the nuclear magnetic resonance structure of the DNA-binding domain of the p22 c2 repressor (1-76) in solution and comparison with the dna-binding domain of the 434 repressor.
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