632: 30 Residue Symmetric Tetramer Freestyle
|Name:||632: 30 Residue Symmetric Tetramer Freestyle|
|Expired:||09/27/2012 - 23:00|
|Description:||This is a small (30 residue) symmetric tetramer design puzzle; there will be four symmetric chains to manage. Symmetry becomes more complicated past three chains; for example, tetramers can be arranged in a ring (called "C4" symmetry) or as a dimer of dimers ("D2" or "two-by-two" symmetry). This time we'll be giving you the ring symmetry. Remember, a symmetric protein relies not only on how well-folded each chain is, but also on how well they interface together.|
|Categories:||Design, Overall, Symmetry|
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