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<R2> analysis for 20112615465264077

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This page gives a visualization of the normalized mean square displacement <R2> of all C-alpha atoms in the protein that are associated to this mode (black bars). The three components of the corresponding eigenvector are shown on the left (colored bars). Here is the raw data for <R2> and for the eigenvector (shift-click on the links for download).

XYZresidue<R2><R2>max = 0.1191
ALA 230.0938
LEU 240.0770
HIS 250.0554
TRP 260.0497
ARG 270.0550
ALA 280.0379
ALA 290.0241
GLY 300.0323
ALA 310.0279
ALA 320.0132
THR 330.0186
VAL 340.0212
LEU 350.0246
LEU 360.0297
VAL 370.0296
ILE 380.0344
VAL 390.0345
LEU 400.0318
LEU 410.0296
ALA 420.0322
GLY 430.0252
SER 440.0195
TYR 450.0209
LEU 460.0149
ALA 470.0053
VAL 480.0116
LEU 490.0165
ALA 500.0106
GLU 510.0225
ARG 520.0321
GLY 530.0455
ALA 540.0496
PRO 550.0600
GLY 560.0422
ALA 570.0345
GLN 580.0258
LEU 590.0145
ILE 600.0270
THR 610.0276
TYR 620.0258
PRO 630.0304
ARG 640.0168
ALA 650.0104
LEU 660.0217
TRP 670.0199
TRP 680.0148
SER 690.0242
VAL 700.0300
GLU 710.0288
THR 720.0278
ALA 730.0317
THR 740.0375
THR 750.0356
VAL 760.0422
GLY 770.0338
TYR 780.0292
GLY 790.0300
ASP 800.0177
LEU 810.0173
TYR 820.0254
PRO 830.0237
VAL 840.0393
THR 850.0296
LEU 860.0335
TRP 870.0194
GLY 880.0145
ARG 890.0285
CYS 900.0318
VAL 910.0248
ALA 920.0264
VAL 930.0314
VAL 940.0357
VAL 950.0316
MET 960.0306
VAL 970.0300
ALA 980.0316
GLY 990.0288
ILE 1000.0220
THR 1010.0204
SER 1020.0181
PHE 1030.0147
GLY 1040.0192
LEU 1050.0199
VAL 1060.0177
THR 1070.0332
ALA 1080.0410
ALA 1090.0421
LEU 1100.0458
ALA 1110.0486
THR 1120.0530
TRP 1130.0509
PHE 1140.0482
VAL 1150.0365
GLY 1160.0454
ARG 1170.0289
GLU 1180.0527
GLN 1190.1191

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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.