All-α proteins

All-α proteins

An all-α proteins is a class of structural domains in which the secondary structure is composed entirely of α-helices, with the possible exception of a few isolated β-sheets on the periphery.

Common examples include the bromodomain, the globin fold and the homeodomain fold.

ee also

* SCOP database
* CATH database
* FSSP database

External links

* [ All alpha proteins in SCOP]

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