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***  test 1  ***

CA strain for 22012619325799739

---  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
CYS 1CYS 1 -0.0005
CYS 1ASP 2 -0.0307
ASP 2ALA 3 -0.1000
ALA 3PHE 4 -0.0023
PHE 4VAL 5 -0.0221
VAL 5GLY 6 0.2058
GLY 6THR 7 0.2434
THR 7TRP 8 0.0609
TRP 8LYS 9 0.2191
LYS 9LEU 10 0.1350
LEU 10VAL 11 -0.0563
VAL 11SER 12 0.1865
SER 12SER 13 0.5401
SER 13GLU 14 -0.0984
GLU 14GLU 14 0.0022
GLU 14ASN 15 0.2314
ASN 15ASN 15 0.0173
ASN 15PHE 16 -0.3415
PHE 16ASP 17 0.4619
ASP 17ASP 18 -0.1084
ASP 18ASP 18 -0.0069
ASP 18TYR 19 -0.1078
TYR 19MET 20 -0.0664
MET 20LYS 21 0.0396
LYS 21GLU 22 -0.0934
GLU 22VAL 23 0.0692
VAL 23GLY 24 -0.0644
GLY 24VAL 25 0.0401
VAL 25GLY 26 -0.2554
GLY 26PHE 27 -0.4271
PHE 27ALA 28 0.1996
ALA 28THR 29 -0.2668
THR 29ARG 30 -0.0347
ARG 30LYS 31 -0.1210
LYS 31VAL 32 -0.0088
VAL 32VAL 32 0.0063
VAL 32ALA 33 -0.0500
ALA 33GLY 34 -0.1150
GLY 34MET 35 -0.7048
MET 35ALA 36 0.1341
ALA 36LYS 37 0.6559
LYS 37PRO 38 0.0950
PRO 38ASN 39 0.2492
ASN 39MET 40 0.1181
MET 40ILE 41 0.1771
ILE 41ILE 42 0.1583
ILE 42SER 43 0.2504
SER 43VAL 44 0.2319
VAL 44ASN 45 -0.0996
ASN 45GLY 46 0.1562
GLY 46ASP 47 -0.2836
ASP 47VAL 48 0.3141
VAL 48ILE 49 0.0406
ILE 49THR 50 0.2051
THR 50ILE 51 0.1735
ILE 51LYS 52 0.1592
LYS 52SER 53 0.1961
SER 53GLU 54 0.0652
GLU 54SER 55 0.2621
SER 55SER 55 -0.0019
SER 55THR 56 0.1013
THR 56THR 56 0.0009
THR 56PHE 57 -0.0194
PHE 57PHE 57 0.0006
PHE 57LYS 58 0.0348
LYS 58LYS 58 0.0178
LYS 58ASN 59 -0.0685
ASN 59THR 60 0.1824
THR 60GLU 61 0.0253
GLU 61ILE 62 0.1724
ILE 62SER 63 0.0439
SER 63PHE 64 0.2558
PHE 64ILE 65 0.1479
ILE 65LEU 66 0.0602
LEU 66GLY 67 -0.0498
GLY 67GLN 68 0.0412
GLN 68GLU 69 -0.2616
GLU 69PHE 70 0.0042
PHE 70ASP 71 -0.0385
ASP 71GLU 72 -0.0429
GLU 72VAL 73 -0.1196
VAL 73THR 74 -0.0080
THR 74ALA 75 -0.0429
ALA 75ASP 76 -0.0987
ASP 76ASP 77 -0.1052
ASP 77ARG 78 0.2050
ARG 78LYS 79 -0.2621
LYS 79VAL 80 -0.0280
VAL 80LYS 81 -0.2739
LYS 81SER 82 0.0317
SER 82THR 83 -0.0811
THR 83ILE 84 -0.0447
ILE 84THR 85 0.1071
THR 85LEU 86 -0.0522
LEU 86ASP 87 0.0795
ASP 87GLY 88 -0.0803
GLY 88GLY 88 0.0001
GLY 88GLY 89 0.0984
GLY 89GLY 89 -0.0002
GLY 89VAL 90 -0.0975
VAL 90LEU 91 0.0218
LEU 91VAL 92 -0.1422
VAL 92HIS 93 -0.0340
HIS 93VAL 94 -0.0009
VAL 94GLN 95 -0.2046
GLN 95LYS 96 0.0297
LYS 96TRP 97 -0.0762
TRP 97ASP 98 -0.0402
ASP 98GLY 99 0.0534
GLY 99LYS 100 0.0667
LYS 100SER 101 -0.1384
SER 101THR 102 0.0833
THR 102THR 103 -0.1289
THR 103ILE 104 0.0029
ILE 104LYS 105 0.0226
LYS 105ARG 106 -0.1077
ARG 106LYS 107 0.0491
LYS 107ARG 108 0.0126
ARG 108GLU 109 -0.0883
GLU 109ASP 110 0.0910
ASP 110ASP 111 -0.1290
ASP 111LYS 112 0.1947
LYS 112LEU 113 -0.0465
LEU 113VAL 114 0.0391
VAL 114VAL 115 0.1630
VAL 115GLU 116 -0.1356
GLU 116GLU 116 -0.0128
GLU 116CYS 117 -0.0019
CYS 117VAL 118 -0.0641
VAL 118MET 119 -0.1464
MET 119LYS 120 -0.0070
LYS 120LYS 120 0.0005
LYS 120GLY 121 0.0492
GLY 121GLY 121 0.0019
GLY 121VAL 122 0.0321
VAL 122THR 123 -0.0667
THR 123SER 124 -0.0991
SER 124THR 125 0.1330
THR 125ARG 126 -0.0977
ARG 126VAL 127 0.3466
VAL 127TYR 128 0.1596
TYR 128GLU 129 -0.0348
GLU 129GLU 129 0.0064
GLU 129ARG 130 0.1195
ARG 130ALA 131 -0.0488

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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.