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***  01-JUL-21  ***

Normal Mode Analysis for ID 22031613451271437

The following table indicates for every normal mode its frequency (black, normalized relative to the lowest mode frequency) and its collectivity (magenta). If a second structure was submitted, the cummulative overlap between the normal modes and the conformational change is computed (red). The corresponding amplitude (dq) is then also given (green). Click on the mode link to obtain a visualization of the mean square displacement <R2> of the C-alpha atoms associated to each mode.

WARNING: there are 1 low-collectivity modes among your first 5 modes (see below)! The degree of collectivity indicates the fraction of residues that are significantly affected by a given mode. While low-frequency modes are expected to have collective character, computed ones sometimes happen to be localized. In such cases, they correspond to motions of some extended parts of the system, as often observed in crystallographic protein structures for N- and C-termini.

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<R2> frequency collectivity
mode 7 1.00 0.2775
mode 8 1.10 0.0831
mode 9 1.18 0.3215
mode 10 1.41 0.2751
mode 11 1.46 0.2028
mode 12 1.56 0.2534
mode 13 1.70 0.1359
mode 14 1.82 0.2955
mode 15 1.87 0.1322
mode 16 2.10 0.2061
mode 17 2.36 0.2560
mode 18 2.43 0.2856
mode 19 2.50 0.1986
mode 20 2.54 0.2853
mode 21 2.65 0.2457
mode 22 2.71 0.3511
mode 23 2.76 0.2939
mode 24 2.82 0.3750
mode 25 2.89 0.1311
mode 26 3.00 0.3043
mode 27 3.02 0.3202
mode 28 3.14 0.2713
mode 29 3.18 0.3569
mode 30 3.26 0.4684
mode 31 3.37 0.3036
mode 32 3.40 0.3219
mode 33 3.45 0.3376
mode 34 3.54 0.3771
mode 35 3.66 0.4722
mode 36 3.72 0.4558
mode 37 3.87 0.2557
mode 38 3.89 0.3403
mode 39 3.95 0.3392
mode 40 4.02 0.2771
mode 41 4.04 0.2009
mode 42 4.06 0.4791
mode 43 4.11 0.4985
mode 44 4.15 0.4864
mode 45 4.19 0.3157
mode 46 4.25 0.5030
mode 47 4.33 0.3968
mode 48 4.35 0.3973
mode 49 4.44 0.4002
mode 50 4.45 0.3955
mode 51 4.52 0.5469
mode 52 4.54 0.2221
mode 53 4.64 0.3161
mode 54 4.66 0.3407
mode 55 4.69 0.3142
mode 56 4.73 0.4077
mode 57 4.74 0.2307
mode 58 4.83 0.2300
mode 59 4.85 0.2068
mode 60 4.87 0.3844
mode 61 4.95 0.3682
mode 62 4.98 0.1997
mode 63 5.04 0.4400
mode 64 5.05 0.3721
mode 65 5.11 0.1985
mode 66 5.17 0.3306
mode 67 5.19 0.4740
mode 68 5.24 0.4146
mode 69 5.31 0.4682
mode 70 5.33 0.4052
mode 71 5.37 0.3534
mode 72 5.41 0.3307
mode 73 5.44 0.3710
mode 74 5.53 0.3044
mode 75 5.55 0.3296
mode 76 5.58 0.3647
mode 77 5.63 0.2340
mode 78 5.65 0.4757
mode 79 5.74 0.4887
mode 80 5.77 0.4998
mode 81 5.81 0.5178
mode 82 5.86 0.3468
mode 83 5.90 0.3063
mode 84 5.92 0.4853
mode 85 5.94 0.2744
mode 86 6.00 0.3938
mode 87 6.06 0.5837
mode 88 6.11 0.4440
mode 89 6.14 0.5899
mode 90 6.16 0.4484
mode 91 6.19 0.3231
mode 92 6.20 0.3670
mode 93 6.24 0.4719
mode 94 6.32 0.5331
mode 95 6.33 0.5408
mode 96 6.35 0.5476
mode 97 6.40 0.3270
mode 98 6.43 0.4782
mode 99 6.49 0.4747
mode 100 6.50 0.5284
mode 101 6.56 0.4742
mode 102 6.60 0.5291
mode 103 6.61 0.5040
mode 104 6.66 0.4068
mode 105 6.72 0.3264
mode 106 6.77 0.4454

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It was developed by Karsten Suhre.
Between 2003 and 2014, it was hosted by IGS (Marseille).
Last modification: October 18th, 2018.