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398: De-novo Freestyle 3
Status: Closed

Soloists

RankPlayerGroupScorePoints
176LuckyStar 73 1784 SETI.Germany8,6151
177NIK1987 73 1784  8,5741
178Seneca 73 1784 Crunching Family8,5651
179Malacka 73 1784 Hungary8,5121
180parktm 73 1784  8,4481
181razon 73 1784  8,4441
182oxyi 73 1784  8,4211
183rvpatil 73 1784  8,3851
184Room 302 73 1784  8,3731
185Doomcow 73 1784  8,3451
186shettler 73 1784  8,3181
187momadoc 73 267  8,2901
188Rainboy 73 1784  8,2661
189lynnj15 73 1784  8,2301
190beefpelican 73 1784  8,2241
191hat 73 1784  8,1721
192antk 73 1784  8,1651
193madpenguin 73 1784 Extraterrestrials8,1611
194sulfur25 73 1784  8,1461
195JeNNeR 73 894  8,1461
196moraine 73 1784  8,1381
197jn20 73 1784  8,1301
198grastgirl 73 1784  8,0961
199fezzik21 73 1784  8,0951
200armadillo314 73 1784  8,0941


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Please try to use these 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 amino acid Leucine at residue 26 is highly predicted to be part of a helix. However, the Leucine at residue 34 is predicted to have an equal probability of being anything.

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looks like that's the one
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