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CA strain for 21083121482279288

---  normal mode 9  ---

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
ALA 525LEU 526 0.0245
LEU 526TYR 527 -0.0752
TYR 527GLU 528 0.1545
GLU 528GLU 529 -0.0377
GLU 529GLU 530 0.0730
GLU 530ILE 538 -0.2591
ILE 538GLU 539 -0.0194
GLU 539GLU 540 0.0811
GLU 540ARG 541 -0.0590
ARG 541GLY 542 0.0688
GLY 542LYS 543 0.1618
LYS 543ILE 544 -0.0022
ILE 544LEU 545 0.0684
LEU 545VAL 546 0.0086
VAL 546SER 547 0.0901
SER 547LEU 548 -0.0283
LEU 548TYR 550 0.1615
TYR 550SER 551 0.1474
SER 551THR 552 -0.0966
THR 552GLN 553 -0.0026
GLN 553GLN 554 -0.0592
GLN 554GLY 555 -0.0111
GLY 555GLY 556 0.0321
GLY 556LEU 557 0.0623
LEU 557ILE 558 0.0629
ILE 558VAL 559 -0.0013
VAL 559GLY 560 0.1008
GLY 560ILE 561 -0.0827
ILE 561ILE 562 0.0855
ILE 562ARG 563 0.0304
ARG 563CYS 564 0.0705
CYS 564VAL 565 0.0687
VAL 565HIS 566 0.0787
HIS 566LEU 567 -0.0196
LEU 567ALA 568 0.0264
ALA 568ALA 569 -0.0782
ALA 569ASP 571 -0.0193
ASP 571ALA 572 -0.0541
ALA 572ASN 573 -0.0036
ASN 573GLY 574 0.0316
GLY 574TYR 575 0.0071
TYR 575SER 576 -0.0073
SER 576ASP 577 -0.0337
ASP 577PRO 578 -0.0339
PRO 578PHE 579 0.0423
PHE 579VAL 580 0.0731
VAL 580LYS 581 0.0769
LYS 581LEU 582 -0.0468
LEU 582TRP 583 0.2287
TRP 583LEU 584 -0.0144
LEU 584LYS 585 0.0168
LYS 585PRO 586 -0.0398
PRO 586ASP 587 0.0825
ASP 587LYS 591 0.0732
LYS 591ALA 592 -0.0460
ALA 592LYS 593 0.0862
LYS 593HIS 594 0.2169
HIS 594LYS 595 0.0446
LYS 595THR 596 0.2423
THR 596GLN 597 0.1079
GLN 597ILE 598 -0.0494
ILE 598LYS 599 -0.0684
LYS 599LYS 600 -0.0459
LYS 600LYS 601 0.0651
LYS 601THR 602 -0.0469
THR 602LEU 603 -0.0214
LEU 603ASN 604 0.0210
ASN 604PRO 605 0.0755
PRO 605GLU 606 0.0317
GLU 606PHE 607 0.1088
PHE 607ASN 608 -0.0694
ASN 608GLU 609 0.2045
GLU 609GLU 610 -0.0416
GLU 610PHE 611 0.1632
PHE 611PHE 612 -0.0436
PHE 612TYR 613 0.0653
TYR 613ASP 614 -0.0888
ASP 614ILE 615 0.0074
ILE 615LYS 616 0.0248
LYS 616HIS 617 0.0200
HIS 617SER 618 -0.0101
SER 618ASP 619 0.0088
ASP 619LEU 620 -0.0076
LEU 620ALA 621 0.0006
ALA 621LYS 622 0.0538
LYS 622LYS 623 -0.0030
LYS 623SER 624 -0.0498
SER 624LEU 625 0.0687
LEU 625ASP 626 0.0707
ASP 626ILE 627 -0.0956
ILE 627SER 628 0.2255
SER 628VAL 629 0.0101
VAL 629TRP 630 0.1536
TRP 630ASP 631 0.0112
ASP 631TYR 632 0.0891
TYR 632ASP 633 -0.0254
ASP 633ILE 634 -0.0029
ILE 634GLY 635 -0.0009
GLY 635LYS 636 0.1331
LYS 636SER 637 0.0450
SER 637ASN 638 -0.0219
ASN 638ASP 639 -0.0214
ASP 639TYR 640 0.1553
TYR 640ILE 641 0.0724
ILE 641GLY 642 0.0876
GLY 642GLY 643 0.0582
GLY 643CYS 644 0.3691
CYS 644GLN 645 -0.0558
GLN 645LEU 646 -0.0379
LEU 646GLY 647 -0.0552
GLY 647ILE 648 -0.0116
ILE 648SER 649 0.0061
SER 649ALA 650 -0.1003
ALA 650LYS 651 0.0591
LYS 651GLY 652 -0.0421
GLY 652GLU 653 -0.2211
GLU 653ARG 654 0.1556
ARG 654LEU 655 0.0594
LEU 655LYS 656 0.0001
LYS 656HIS 657 -0.1363
HIS 657TRP 658 -0.0839
TRP 658TYR 659 0.0336
TYR 659GLU 660 -0.0137
GLU 660CYS 661 -0.0034
CYS 661LEU 662 -0.0374
LEU 662LYS 663 0.0080
LYS 663ASN 664 -0.0051
ASN 664LYS 665 0.0131
LYS 665ASP 666 0.0528
ASP 666LYS 667 0.0846
LYS 667LYS 668 -0.0464
LYS 668ILE 669 -0.0140
ILE 669GLU 670 -0.0012
GLU 670ARG 671 0.0595
ARG 671TRP 672 0.2373
TRP 672HIS 673 -0.0777
HIS 673GLN 674 0.3109
GLN 674LEU 675 0.0887
LEU 675GLN 676 0.0677
GLN 676ASN 677 0.1134

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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.