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projects: HAT complexes

projects: TBP recruitment
projects: histone-fold complexes
projects: polycistronic expression
picture & movie gallery
gallery: amino acids
gallery: secondary structure
gallery: selected proteins
gallery: protein/DNA complexes

background reading
reprints

positions

 
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Protein G IgG binding domain IgG binding domain of protein G
(51 kB)

IgG binding domain of protein G QT movie, 640x480 (H.264)
(2.3 MB)

 
alpha helix (without side chains) alpha helix (without side chains)
(32 kB)

alpha helix (without side chains) QT movie, 640x480 (H.264)
(3.5 MB)

 
alpha helix (with side chains) alpha helix (with side chains)
(43 kB)

alpha helix (with side chains) QT movie, 640x480 (H.264)
(7.3 MB)

 
beta strand (without side chains) beta strand (without side chains)
(47 kB)

beta strand (without side chains) QT movie, 640x480 (H.264)
(6.5 MB)

 
beta strand (without side chains) beta strand (with side chains)
(36 kB)

beta strand (with side chains) QT movie (H.264)
(13 MB)

 

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video introduction | projects: | nucleosome recognition | HAT complexes | TBP recruitment | histone-fold complexes | polycistronic expression |
picture & movie gallery:
| amino acids | secondary structure | selected proteins | protein/DNA complexes |
background reading | reprints | positions |
lab pictures |


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Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, 108 Althouse Lab, University Park, PA 16802

This page was last updated on August 27, 2014.

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