Structure and Function of Proteins 2010: Exercises
Several subjects of the course are further treated in the following exercises, introducing
basic computational tools used in analysis of structure and function of biological molecules.
- Exercise 1:Introduction to DEEP-VIEW
- Exercise 2: Secondary structure: alpha helices and beta sheets
- Exercise 3: Structural conservation of proteins: The globin family as an example.
- Exercise 4: Effect of mutations on structure and function of molecules. Examples:
T4 lysozyme and Lambda-repressor
- Exercise 5: Prediction of secondary structure. Does the local sequence determine secondary structure?
- Exercise 6: Structure similarity without sequence similarity, fold recognition.
- Exercise 7: Protein families
- Exercise 8: Homology modeling.
- Exercise 9: Protein adaptation to extreme environments
- Exercise 10: Structure-function relationship in proteins
- Exercise 11: DNA structure and Protein-DNA interaction: The Zinc Finger motif
- Exercise 12: Protein-DNA interaction: The Helix-Turn-Helix and the Basic Leucine Zipper motif.
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