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Folding@home The Folding@Home logo The Microsoft Windows Folding@Home client displays a 3D model of the protein being simulated. Folding@home is a distributed computing project ...
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Protein domain   (translated from German)
Protein domain One Protein domain a range is within the Peptidsequenz one Protein , due to defined characteristics by his environment ... by those Amino acid residues the regarded protein range genetically are exchanged. Remaining the same ... Sturkturelle domains are ranges, the one independent folding (secondary structure) exhibit. The folding and/ ...
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Protein biosynthesis
Protein biosynthesis An overview of protein synthesis.Within the nucleus of the cell ... peach), where it undergoes translation into a protein. mRNA is translated by ribosomes (purple) that ... effector molecule (orange), to become fully active. Protein biosynthesis(Synthesis) is the process in which ... is sometimes used to refer only to protein translation but more often it refers ...
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Protein structure
Protein structure Proteins are amino acid chains, made ... residues, that fold into unique three-dimensional protein structures. The shape into a which a protein naturally folds is known as its native ... lower limit for a functional domain size. Protein sizes range from this lower limit to ... However, the current estimate for the average protein length is around 300 residues. Very ...
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Lattice protein
Lattice protein Lattice proteins are highly simplified computer models ... of proteins which are used to investigate protein folding. Because proteins are such large molecules, containing ... the chain. Most researchers consider a lattice protein sequence protein-like only if it posesses a ...
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Protein engineering
Protein engineering Protein engineering is the application of science, mathematics ... currently taking place into the understanding of protein folding and protein recognition for protein design principles. There ...
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Protein structure   (translated from German)
Protein structure As Protein structure designates one the three-dimensional structure one Protein , itself in Tertiary and Quartaerstruktur partitioned. The ... folded , from only one Amino acidChain existing protein under physiological conditions takes, while the Quartaerstruktur ... that Cell the 3d-Struktur of a protein arises as a result of those ...
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Chaperon (protein)   (translated from German)
Chaperon (protein) Chaperone (French Behaviour ladies) are Proteine , again ... correct way (the classical example of spontaneous folding is those Ribonuklease ). Particularly with larger, more ... often further aids are for the correct folding necessary. Otherwise such proteins are inclined to ... avails itself of a complex, high-conserved protein machinery, that molecular Chaperonen. These proteins interact ... whereby U the again synthesized, still ungefaltene protein represents, in one Coincidence ballStructure is ...
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chaperon_(Protein) - 7k - Cached (German) - Wikipedia (German) - Similar pages

Protein targeting
Protein targeting Protein targeting a.k.a. protein sorting includes the mechanisms by which a ... to the outside. (This article deals with protein targeting in eukaryotes except as noted.) Protein translocation In 1970, Günter Blobel conducted ...
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Prion (protein)   (translated from French)
Prion (protein) For the homonymous articles, to see prion ... in the good (or the bad one) folding up of protéines , which will make it ... is unaware of the cause) Prp-p protein, which causes the diseases with prions (disease ... the nervous cell literally. The Prp-p protein, present at the natural state and is ... are suspected essential. Indeed, the Prp-p protein was present before speciation, which means ...
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