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Tensile Mechanics of alpha-Helical Polypeptides

By Korosh Torabi1, George C. Schatz1

1. Northwestern University

This model is capable of making quantitatively accurate predictions of force-extension behavior of a given helix-forming polypeptide sequence including its dependence on pH, temperature and ionic strength.

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Version 1.1 - published on 21 Aug 2014

doi:10.4231/D38911R7R cite this

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Educational - University 9 (60%)
Unidentified 6 (40%)
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us UNITED STATES 6 (66.67%)
ca CANADA 1 (11.11%)
pk PAKISTAN 1 (11.11%)
in INDIA 1 (11.11%)

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Wall Clock Time 25.48 minutes 2.96 days
CPU time 6.09 seconds 16.94 minutes
Interaction Time 4.34 minutes 12.08 hours

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