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***  TOXIN (HEMOLYTIC POLYPEPTIDE) 04-OCT-90 2MLT  ***

CA strain for 210723142520129552

---  normal mode 8  ---

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
GLY 1ILE 2 0.0015
ILE 2GLY 3 0.0357
GLY 3ALA 4 -0.0842
ALA 4VAL 5 -0.0279
VAL 5LEU 6 0.0665
LEU 6LYS 7 0.0091
LYS 7VAL 8 -0.1142
VAL 8LEU 9 0.1253
LEU 9THR 10 -0.0482
THR 10THR 11 -0.0899
THR 11GLY 12 -0.2511
GLY 12LEU 13 0.0049
LEU 13PRO 14 -0.0386
PRO 14ALA 15 -0.1652
ALA 15LEU 16 -0.0432
LEU 16ILE 17 0.0996
ILE 17SER 18 -0.1564
SER 18TRP 19 -0.0589
TRP 19ILE 20 0.0294
ILE 20LYS 21 -0.0316
LYS 21ARG 22 -0.0914
ARG 22LYS 23 0.0246
LYS 23ARG 24 0.0052
ARG 24GLN 25 -0.0063
GLN 25GLN 26 -0.0076
GLN 26GLY 1 0.0598
GLY 1ILE 2 -0.0131
ILE 2GLY 3 0.0109
GLY 3ALA 4 -0.0310
ALA 4VAL 5 -0.0396
VAL 5LEU 6 0.0441
LEU 6LYS 7 0.0065
LYS 7VAL 8 -0.0551
VAL 8LEU 9 -0.0473
LEU 9THR 10 -0.0117
THR 10THR 11 -0.1604
THR 11GLY 12 -0.2419
GLY 12LEU 13 0.1333
LEU 13PRO 14 -0.2704
PRO 14ALA 15 -0.1870
ALA 15LEU 16 0.0701
LEU 16ILE 17 0.0299
ILE 17SER 18 -0.1473
SER 18TRP 19 -0.0474
TRP 19ILE 20 0.0406
ILE 20LYS 21 -0.0244
LYS 21ARG 22 -0.0902
ARG 22LYS 23 0.0137
LYS 23ARG 24 -0.0074
ARG 24GLN 25 -0.0134
GLN 25GLN 26 0.0007

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Last modification: October 18th, 2018.