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***  HYDROLASE 12-NOV-13 4NKK  ***

CA distance fluctuations for 22090215271376465

---  normal mode 8  ---

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]

GD ok
largest increasereflargest decrease
THR 4 0.18 PRO 1 -0.88 ILE 50
HIS 69 0.17 GLN 2 -0.96 ILE 50
CYS 67 0.24 ILE 3 -1.05 ILE 50
CYS 67 0.25 THR 4 -1.39 PHE 99
GLY 68 0.15 LEU 5 -1.40 ILE 50
THR 12 0.24 TRP 6 -1.44 GLY 51
THR 12 0.29 GLN 7 -1.24 GLY 51
VAL 11 0.08 ARG 8 -1.10 GLY 51
LEU 97 0.09 PRO 9 -1.02 ILE 50
GLN 7 0.21 VAL 10 -0.82 ILE 50
GLN 7 0.28 VAL 11 -0.73 ILE 50
GLN 7 0.29 THR 12 -0.59 ILE 50
GLN 7 0.19 ILE 13 -0.53 ILE 50
GLN 7 0.18 LYS 14 -0.43 ILE 50
GLY 40 0.14 ILE 15 -0.35 GLY 48
PRO 39 0.13 GLY 16 -0.27 GLY 48
GLN 7 0.15 GLY 17 -0.26 ILE 50
GLN 7 0.17 GLN 18 -0.28 ILE 50
GLN 7 0.21 LEU 19 -0.37 ILE 50
GLN 7 0.18 LYS 20 -0.42 ILE 50
GLN 7 0.19 GLU 21 -0.53 ILE 50
GLN 7 0.08 ALA 22 -0.65 ILE 50
GLU 21 0.03 LEU 23 -0.86 ILE 50
THR 26 0.06 LEU 24 -1.00 ILE 50
LEU 24 0.05 ASN 25 -1.17 ILE 50
LEU 24 0.06 THR 26 -1.34 ILE 50
LEU 24 0.03 GLY 27 -1.45 GLY 49
ALA 82 0.06 ALA 28 -1.72 GLY 48
ALA 82 0.08 ASP 29 -1.23 GLY 48
PRO 81 0.11 ASP 30 -0.97 GLY 48
PRO 81 0.07 THR 31 -0.82 GLY 48
ASP 30 0.09 VAL 32 -0.58 GLY 48
ASP 30 0.04 LEU 33 -0.40 GLY 48
PRO 79 0.04 GLU 34 -0.24 PHE 99
VAL 54 0.15 GLU 35 -0.21 PHE 99
LYS 55 0.14 VAL 36 -0.17 PHE 99
LYS 55 0.17 ASN 37 -0.13 PHE 99
LYS 55 0.13 LEU 38 -0.18 GLY 48
PRO 63 0.17 PRO 39 -0.14 GLY 48
PRO 63 0.25 GLY 40 -0.13 GLY 48
PRO 63 0.21 ARG 41 -0.12 GLY 48
GLY 52 0.17 TRP 42 -0.13 GLY 48
GLY 52 0.22 LYS 43 -0.17 LEU 5
GLY 52 0.26 PRO 44 -0.24 LEU 5
GLY 52 0.13 LYS 45 -0.28 ALA 28
LYS 45 0.13 LEU 46 -0.53 ALA 28
PRO 79 0.07 ILE 47 -0.82 ALA 28
VAL 54 0.14 GLY 48 -1.72 ALA 28
LYS 55 0.12 GLY 49 -1.45 GLY 27
PHE 53 0.10 ILE 50 -1.40 LEU 5
PRO 44 0.13 GLY 51 -1.44 TRP 6
PRO 44 0.26 GLY 52 -1.07 GLY 27
LYS 55 0.22 PHE 53 -0.96 GLY 27
LYS 55 0.18 VAL 54 -0.63 ALA 28
GLY 52 0.22 LYS 55 -0.44 ALA 28
VAL 54 0.14 VAL 56 -0.26 LEU 5
LYS 55 0.16 ARG 57 -0.19 LEU 5
VAL 62 0.07 GLN 58 -0.24 GLY 48
VAL 62 0.13 TYR 59 -0.26 GLY 48
LYS 43 0.11 ASP 60 -0.31 GLY 48
ARG 41 0.20 GLN 61 -0.35 GLY 48
ARG 41 0.21 VAL 62 -0.36 GLY 48
GLY 40 0.25 PRO 63 -0.38 GLY 48
GLY 40 0.19 ILE 64 -0.44 GLY 48
GLY 40 0.17 GLU 65 -0.51 ILE 50
ILE 3 0.17 ILE 66 -0.63 ILE 50
THR 4 0.25 CYS 67 -0.66 ILE 50
THR 4 0.25 GLY 68 -0.57 ILE 50
ILE 3 0.20 HIS 69 -0.60 ILE 50
GLY 40 0.19 LYS 70 -0.52 ILE 50
GLY 40 0.18 VAL 71 -0.52 ILE 50
GLY 40 0.18 ILE 72 -0.46 GLY 48
ARG 41 0.12 GLY 73 -0.50 GLY 48
ARG 41 0.06 THR 74 -0.47 GLY 48
THR 80 0.05 VAL 75 -0.47 GLY 48
THR 80 0.07 LEU 76 -0.37 GLY 48
VAL 56 0.08 VAL 77 -0.23 GLY 48
VAL 54 0.13 GLY 78 -0.22 PHE 99
ILE 47 0.07 PRO 79 -0.27 PHE 99
ASP 30 0.10 THR 80 -0.35 GLY 51
ASP 30 0.11 PRO 81 -0.46 GLY 51
ASP 30 0.09 ALA 82 -0.52 GLY 51
ASP 30 0.06 ASN 83 -0.50 GLY 51
ALA 82 0.07 VAL 84 -0.80 GLY 48
ALA 82 0.03 ILE 85 -0.88 GLY 48
ALA 82 0.05 GLY 86 -1.11 GLY 48
ALA 82 0.04 ARG 87 -1.02 GLY 48
ALA 82 0.05 ASN 88 -0.81 GLY 48
GLY 40 0.08 LEU 89 -0.74 GLY 48
GLY 40 0.08 MET 90 -0.86 ILE 50
GLY 40 0.08 THR 91 -0.80 ILE 50
GLY 40 0.12 GLN 92 -0.67 ILE 50
GLN 2 0.14 ILE 93 -0.73 ILE 50
GLN 2 0.13 GLY 94 -0.80 ILE 50
GLY 40 0.09 CYS 95 -0.93 ILE 50
GLY 40 0.07 THR 96 -1.05 ILE 50
GLN 2 0.13 LEU 97 -1.24 ILE 50
GLY 94 0.12 ASN 98 -1.21 ILE 50
GLY 94 0.10 PHE 99 -1.39 THR 4

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Between 2003 and 2014, it was hosted by IGS (Marseille).
Last modification: October 18th, 2018.