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* interpreting ideas of helix balance in peptides
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* Molecular Crowding
* research of the Bohr impression in Hemoglobin Intermediates
* Photoacoustic Calorimetry of Proteins
* Theoretical facets of Isothermal Titration Calorimetry
* lively tips on how to research Bifunctional Biotin Repressor
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This procedure returns the w value in the Lifson-Roig notation for the new side chain, without fitting the enthalpy or any other property of the residue, such as side chain-side chain interactions.
AMINO ACIDS AS PROBES OF HELIX STABILITY 27 and the associated thermodynamic parameters. A complete description of these parameters could improve algorithms for predicting protein structure from primary amino acid sequence data. 4'5 One fundamental problem that needs to be addressed is whether it is useful to speak of intrinsic c~ helix, turn, or/3 sheet forming tendencies or "propensities" for each amino acid. It is tempting to suppose that a given side chain can be associated with a free energy that reflects specific interactions between that side chain and the peptide backbone in the c~ helix or/~-sheet conformation.
Consequently it is desirable to keep the mean helix contents of both test and reference peptides within this range. The mean helix content of peptides is most easily modulated by varying the peptide chain length because the helix content increases with chain length for peptides of similar composition and sequence. Limitations of the experimental method for determining helix content must also be taken into account. Although circular dichroism measures the absolute value offH with equal sensitivity throughout the whole transition, error resulting from baseline uncertainty is minimal for peptides that have mean helix contents near 50% (see earlier).