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CA strain for 210705160701136603

---  normal mode 11  ---

This graph displays the distance variation between successive pairs of CA atoms in the two extreme conformations that were computed for this mode (DQMIN/DQMAX). Large distance variations can be an indicator for residue pairs that support the important strain in that particular normal mode movement. Note that residue pairs between chain breaks or at flexible ends of the protein may also exhibit large CA-CA distance variations. If more than one residues ae grouped together into a rigid block (NRBL>1), CA-CA distance variations between CA atoms in the same block will be very low.

This feature is still experimental and will be further developped in the future.

CA iCA i+1vari
SER 2ALA 3 -0.0539
ALA 3LYS 4 0.1469
LYS 4ASP 5 0.0085
ASP 5GLU 6 0.0137
GLU 6ARG 7 0.2110
ARG 7ALA 8 -0.0700
ALA 8ARG 9 0.0732
ARG 9GLU 10 0.1124
GLU 10ILE 11 0.0102
ILE 11LEU 12 -0.1110
LEU 12ARG 13 -0.3527
ARG 13GLY 14 0.0064
GLY 14PHE 15 -0.1564
PHE 15LYS 16 -0.2421
LYS 16LEU 17 -0.3229
LEU 17ASN 18 0.0431
ASN 18TRP 19 -0.1782
TRP 19MET 20 -0.0495
MET 20ASN 21 -0.1472
ASN 21LEU 22 -0.0749
LEU 22ARG 23 -0.0255
ARG 23ASP 24 -0.0512
ASP 24ALA 25 -0.0422
ALA 25GLU 26 -0.0459
GLU 26THR 27 0.1385
THR 27GLY 28 -0.1362
GLY 28LYS 29 -0.0019
LYS 29ILE 30 -0.1967
ILE 30LEU 31 -0.0024
LEU 31TRP 32 -0.0078
TRP 32GLN 33 -0.0256
GLN 33GLY 34 -0.0554
GLY 34THR 35 -0.0401
THR 35GLU 36 -0.0350
GLU 36ASP 37 -0.0741
ASP 37LEU 38 -0.0353
LEU 38SER 39 -0.1530
SER 39VAL 40 0.1015
VAL 40PRO 41 0.0772
PRO 41GLY 42 -0.0325
GLY 42VAL 43 0.0311
VAL 43GLU 44 -0.0021
GLU 44HIS 45 -0.0325
HIS 45GLU 46 0.1289
GLU 46ALA 47 -0.0315
ALA 47ARG 48 0.0849
ARG 48VAL 49 -0.0161
VAL 49PRO 50 0.0364
PRO 50LYS 51 -0.0037
LYS 51LYS 52 0.0078
LYS 52ILE 53 -0.0668
ILE 53LEU 54 0.0498
LEU 54LYS 55 0.0051
LYS 55CYS 56 -0.0199
CYS 56LYS 57 0.1461
LYS 57ALA 58 -0.2112
ALA 58VAL 59 -0.0250
VAL 59SER 60 -0.1322
SER 60ARG 61 -0.0911
ARG 61GLU 62 -0.0828
GLU 62LEU 63 -0.1336
LEU 63ASN 64 -0.0648
ASN 64PHE 65 -0.1748
PHE 65SER 66 -0.1511
SER 66SER 67 -0.1432
SER 67THR 68 -0.0355
THR 68GLU 69 -0.0838
GLU 69GLN 70 0.2239
GLN 70MET 71 0.0017
MET 71GLU 72 0.0086
GLU 72LYS 73 0.1324
LYS 73PHE 74 -0.0281
PHE 74ARG 75 0.0490
ARG 75LEU 76 0.0273
LEU 76GLU 77 0.0463
GLU 77GLN 78 0.0701
GLN 78LYS 79 0.0861
LYS 79VAL 80 -0.0258
VAL 80TYR 81 0.1343
TYR 81PHE 82 0.0216
PHE 82LYS 83 0.0352
LYS 83GLY 84 0.1092
GLY 84GLN 85 -0.0909
GLN 85CYS 86 0.1793
CYS 86LEU 87 -0.1378
LEU 87GLU 88 0.1080
GLU 88GLU 89 -0.2497
GLU 89TRP 90 0.1168
TRP 90PHE 91 -0.0902
PHE 91PHE 92 0.0954
PHE 92GLU 93 -0.0182
GLU 93PHE 94 0.0546
PHE 94GLY 95 0.0168
GLY 95PHE 96 0.0785
PHE 96VAL 97 0.0025
VAL 97ILE 98 -0.0078
ILE 98PRO 99 0.0502
PRO 99ASN 100 -0.0569
ASN 100SER 101 -0.0407
SER 101THR 102 -0.1224
THR 102ASN 103 -0.0179
ASN 103THR 104 -0.2318
THR 104TRP 105 0.0810
TRP 105GLN 106 -0.1887
GLN 106SER 107 0.0027
SER 107LEU 108 -0.2706
LEU 108ILE 109 0.1089
ILE 109GLU 110 -0.2766
GLU 110ALA 111 -0.3066
ALA 111ALA 112 -0.0515
ALA 112PRO 113 -0.3028
PRO 113GLU 114 0.0725
GLU 114SER 115 -0.0017
SER 115GLN 116 -0.1151
GLN 116MET 117 0.1205
MET 117MET 118 0.0871
MET 118PRO 119 0.0374
PRO 119ALA 120 0.0456
ALA 120SER 121 -0.0546
SER 121VAL 122 -0.0731
VAL 122LEU 123 0.0049
LEU 123THR 124 0.0061
THR 124GLY 125 0.0914
GLY 125ASN 126 -0.1180
ASN 126VAL 127 0.0237
VAL 127ILE 128 0.0264
ILE 128ILE 129 0.0518
ILE 129GLU 130 0.0435
GLU 130THR 131 0.0077
THR 131LYS 132 0.0847
LYS 132PHE 133 -0.0271
PHE 133PHE 134 0.1171
PHE 134ASP 135 0.0485
ASP 135ASP 136 0.0895
ASP 136ASP 137 -0.0952
ASP 137LEU 138 0.0541
LEU 138LEU 139 0.1983
LEU 139VAL 140 0.0535
VAL 140SER 141 0.0242
SER 141THR 142 -0.1657
THR 142SER 143 0.1373
SER 143ARG 144 -0.0131
ARG 144VAL 145 0.0697
VAL 145ARG 146 0.0029
ARG 146LEU 147 0.0337
LEU 147PHE 148 0.0196
PHE 148TYR 149 0.0844
TYR 149VAL 150 -0.0143
VAL 150NMA 150 -0.0003

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elNémo is maintained by Yves-Henri Sanejouand.
It was developed by Karsten Suhre.
Between 2003 and 2014, it was hosted by IGS (Marseille).
Last modification: October 18th, 2018.