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CA distance fluctuations for 201220001529112825

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This matrix displays the maximum distance fluctuations between all pairs of CA atoms and between the two extreme conformations that were computed for this mode (DQMIN/DQMAX). Distance increases are plotted in blue and decreases in red for the strongest 10% of the residue pair distance changes. Every pixel corresponds to a single residue. Grey lines are drawn every 10 residues, yellow lines every 100 residues (counting from the upper left corner).

The following table indicates for every residue the two corresponding residues with the strongest CA distance fluctuations.

[HELP on distance fluctuations]

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largest increasereflargest decrease
GLY 8 0.15 GLY 2 -0.04 PRO 6
GLY 5 0.02 PRO 3 -0.23 PRO 10
GLY 8 0.12 PRO 4 -0.10 PRO 17
GLY 8 0.30 GLY 5 -0.04 PRO 20
PRO 4 0.04 PRO 6 -0.21 PRO 10
GLY 5 0.14 PRO 7 -0.14 PRO 17
GLY 5 0.30 GLY 8 -0.12 PRO 20
PRO 19 0.12 PRO 9 -0.19 PRO 3
PRO 19 0.11 PRO 10 -0.23 PRO 3
GLY 5 0.12 LYS 11 -0.19 GLY 18
PRO 16 0.15 GLY 12 -0.14 PRO 3
PRO 16 0.17 PRO 13 -0.19 PRO 3
GLY 2 0.07 PRO 14 -0.30 PRO 17
GLY 5 0.07 GLY 15 -0.17 GLY 18
PRO 13 0.17 PRO 16 -0.09 PRO 3
GLY 2 0.00 PRO 17 -0.30 PRO 14
GLY 2 0.00 GLY 18 -0.26 PRO 14
PRO 13 0.16 PRO 19 -0.06 PRO 14
PRO 16 0.04 PRO 20 -0.15 LYS 11

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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.