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***  1nl2_dpe  ***

CA strain for 22071420215265552

---  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 1ASN 2 -0.0242
ASN 2LYS 3 0.0409
LYS 3GLY 4 -0.0241
GLY 4PHE 5 0.0165
PHE 5LEU 6 0.0103
LEU 6GLU 7 -0.0457
GLU 7GLU 8 0.0165
GLU 8VAL 9 -0.0286
VAL 9ARG 10 0.0121
ARG 10LYS 11 0.0441
LYS 11GLY 12 0.0477
GLY 12ASN 13 -0.0335
ASN 13LEU 14 0.0018
LEU 14GLU 15 0.0563
GLU 15ARG 16 -0.0619
ARG 16GLU 17 0.0092
GLU 17CYS 18 -0.0431
CYS 18LEU 19 -0.0402
LEU 19GLU 20 0.0272
GLU 20GLU 21 -0.0223
GLU 21PRO 22 -0.0035
PRO 22CYS 23 -0.0057
CYS 23SER 24 -0.0155
SER 24ARG 25 -0.0078
ARG 25GLU 26 0.0849
GLU 26GLU 27 0.0007
GLU 27ALA 28 0.0575
ALA 28PHE 29 -0.0422
PHE 29GLU 30 0.2158
GLU 30ALA 31 -0.0493
ALA 31LEU 32 0.1322
LEU 32GLU 33 -0.0026
GLU 33SER 34 0.0511
SER 34LEU 35 0.0713
LEU 35SER 36 -0.0236
SER 36ALA 37 0.0671
ALA 37THR 38 -0.0511
THR 38ASP 39 0.2594
ASP 39ALA 40 -0.0658
ALA 40PHE 41 0.1998
PHE 41TRP 42 -0.0325
TRP 42ALA 43 0.1475
ALA 43LYS 44 0.0211
LYS 44TYR 45 0.0357
TYR 45THR 46 -0.0237
THR 46ALA 47 0.0759
ALA 47CYS 48 -0.0694
CYS 48GLU 49 0.0054
GLU 49SER 50 -0.0003
SER 50ALA 51 0.0213
ALA 51ARG 52 -0.1011
ARG 52ASN 53 -0.0066
ASN 53PRO 54 0.0005
PRO 54ARG 55 -0.0451
ARG 55GLU 56 -0.0608
GLU 56LYS 57 -0.0613
LYS 57LEU 58 -0.0296
LEU 58ASN 59 0.0301
ASN 59GLU 60 -0.2256
GLU 60CYS 61 0.0310
CYS 61LEU 62 -0.0450
LEU 62GLU 63 -0.0823
GLU 63GLY 64 -0.0121
GLY 64ASN 65 -0.0504
ASN 65CYS 66 0.0593
CYS 66ALA 67 -0.0138
ALA 67GLU 68 -0.0772
GLU 68GLY 69 -0.0673
GLY 69VAL 70 -0.2814
VAL 70GLY 71 0.0606
GLY 71MET 72 0.0316
MET 72ASN 73 -0.0460
ASN 73TYR 74 -0.0110
TYR 74ARG 75 0.0207
ARG 75GLY 76 -0.0397
GLY 76ASN 77 0.0325
ASN 77VAL 78 -0.0113
VAL 78SER 79 -0.0213
SER 79VAL 80 0.0196
VAL 80THR 81 0.0144
THR 81ARG 82 0.0235
ARG 82SER 83 -0.0603
SER 83GLY 84 0.0138
GLY 84ILE 85 -0.0060
ILE 85GLU 86 0.0203
GLU 86CYS 87 0.0132
CYS 87GLN 88 -0.0300
GLN 88LEU 89 0.0129
LEU 89TRP 90 0.0004
TRP 90ARG 91 -0.0459
ARG 91SER 92 0.0834
SER 92ARG 93 0.0496
ARG 93TYR 94 0.0330
TYR 94PRO 95 -0.0281
PRO 95HSD 96 0.0180
HSD 96LYS 97 0.0091
LYS 97PRO 98 0.0864
PRO 98GLU 99 -0.0733
GLU 99ILE 100 0.0069
ILE 100ASN 101 -0.0148
ASN 101SER 102 0.1186
SER 102THR 103 -0.0828
THR 103THR 104 -0.0292
THR 104HSD 105 -0.0256
HSD 105PRO 106 0.3890
PRO 106GLY 107 -0.0128
GLY 107ALA 108 0.1995
ALA 108ASP 109 -0.0595
ASP 109LEU 110 0.1726
LEU 110ARG 111 -0.0703
ARG 111GLU 112 0.0371
GLU 112ASN 113 0.0063
ASN 113PHE 114 0.0222
PHE 114CYS 115 -0.0231
CYS 115ARG 116 0.0193
ARG 116ASN 117 0.0088
ASN 117PRO 118 -0.0017
PRO 118ASP 119 0.0221
ASP 119GLY 120 -0.0277
GLY 120SER 121 0.0236
SER 121ILE 122 -0.0301
ILE 122THR 123 0.0152
THR 123GLY 124 -0.0374
GLY 124PRO 125 0.0577
PRO 125TRP 126 -0.1243
TRP 126CYS 127 -0.0447
CYS 127TYR 128 -0.0410
TYR 128THR 129 0.0656
THR 129THR 130 -0.0180
THR 130SER 131 0.0326
SER 131PRO 132 -0.0285
PRO 132THR 133 0.0131
THR 133LEU 134 -0.0316
LEU 134ARG 135 0.0520
ARG 135ARG 136 -0.0418
ARG 136GLU 137 -0.0025
GLU 137GLU 138 -0.0868
GLU 138CYS 139 -0.0094
CYS 139SER 140 0.0297
SER 140VAL 141 -0.1750
VAL 141PRO 142 -0.0698
PRO 142VAL 143 0.0141
VAL 143CYS 144 -0.1455
CYS 144GLY 145 0.0539
GLY 145GLN 146 -0.0539

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