Author(s): Toniolo C, Benedetti E
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Abstract The 310-helix, first predicted as a reasonably stable polypeptide secondary structure fifty years ago, has only recently attracted the attention of structural biochemists and protein crystallographers. It represents the third principal structure occurring in globular proteins and has been described at atomic resolution in model peptides and in peptaibol antibiotics.
This article was published in Trends Biochem Sci
and referenced in Journal of Applied Pharmacy