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CA strain for 22081221180863076

---  normal mode 19  ---

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 0.2968
ASN 2ALA 3 -0.0565
ALA 3PHE 4 0.5097
PHE 4LEU 5 -0.1785
LEU 5CGU 6 0.0165
CGU 6CGU 7 -0.0276
CGU 7LEU 8 -0.5073
LEU 8ARG 9 -0.0067
ARG 9PRO 10 -0.0218
PRO 10GLY 11 0.1184
GLY 11SER 12 -0.0789
SER 12LEU 13 0.0110
LEU 13CGU 14 -0.0775
CGU 14ARG 15 0.1202
ARG 15CGU 16 0.0162
CGU 16CYS 17 -0.0801
CYS 17LYS 18 0.0936
LYS 18CGU 19 -0.2919
CGU 19CGU 20 0.2164
CGU 20GLN 21 -0.1621
GLN 21CYS 22 0.1113
CYS 22SER 23 0.1156
SER 23PHE 24 0.0459
PHE 24CGU 25 -0.1267
CGU 25CGU 26 0.0610
CGU 26ALA 27 -0.0389
ALA 27ARG 28 0.0064
ARG 28CGU 29 0.2937
CGU 29ILE 30 -0.2967
ILE 30PHE 31 0.4704
PHE 31LYS 32 -0.1031
LYS 32ASP 33 0.5209
ASP 33ALA 34 -0.1436
ALA 34CGU 35 0.3984
CGU 35ARG 36 -0.1418
ARG 36THR 37 0.0772
THR 37LYS 38 0.0609
LYS 38LEU 39 0.0744
LEU 39PHE 40 -0.7034
PHE 40TRP 41 0.0287
TRP 41ILE 42 -0.0602
ILE 42SER 43 -0.1826
SER 43TYR 44 -0.5502
TYR 44SER 45 0.2993
SER 45ASP 46 -0.1039
ASP 46GLY 47 -0.1850
GLY 47ASP 48 0.4507
ASP 48GLN 49 -0.2717
GLN 49CYS 50 0.1099
CYS 50ALA 51 -0.4508
ALA 51SER 52 -0.0547

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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.