amino-acid


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amino-acid

[əˈmiːnəʊˌæsɪd] Naminoácido m
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The BetaWrap program searches for a landmark amino-acid sequence to find a potential starting point for a beta helix.
One can think of the amino-acid (beads on a string) as being sticky, but sticky in such a way that only certain colors can stick to certain other colors.
A proteins kinks and folds arise because of the particular sequence of its chain of amino-acid building blocks.