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635: De-novo Freestyle 15
Status: Closed

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RankPlayerGroupScorePoints
276skiingfreestyle 69 1821  7,8151
277Simek 69 157 Void Crushers7,8031
278thekaiser 69 1821  7,7941
279pumfram 69 1821  7,7501
280twisted1 69 1821  7,7481
281aelyahu 69 1821  7,7401
282Pramudito ... 69 1821  7,7261
283pjguitarist 69 1821  7,7081
284FrEakshiz 69 1821  7,7051
285Vanilla Sky 69 1821  7,6991
286FlyingNinja 69 1821  7,6981
287mrfuturetense 69 1821  7,6931
288jecauril 69 1821  7,6801
289rawkuts 69 1821 null pointer exception7,6771
290k4t0n1 69 1821  7,6771
291deathbat_87 69 672 Skeptics Guide to the Universe7,6761
292crawlee34225 69 1821  7,6761
293Stryve 69 1821  7,6761
294steamywindow 69 1821  7,6761
295Fowardint 69 1821  7,6761
296Malcrow 69 1821  7,6761
297MTaye 69 1821  7,6761
298gcrack 69 1821  7,6761
299cesrawr 69 1821  7,6761
300sciacca 69 1821  7,6761


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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 Valines at residues 16, 54 & 110 are highly predicted to be part of a sheet. However, the Valine at residue 89 is predicted to be in a loop!

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

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