methionine puddle


methionine puddle
A term used to describe a region of a protein surface composed of a cluster of methionine side chains. Proposed as the active hydrophobic site of calmodulin and also of signal recognition particle (SRP). The concept is of a highly fluid hydrophobic patch.

Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.

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