Question: There are seven major alpha-helices visible in 2rh1 and two short ones. One short helix is locate…


There are seven major alpha-helices visible in 2rh1 and two short ones. One short helix is located at the end of the protein (res 330 to 340 - PRO330 to LEU340) and the other in the middle on the structure. The first residue belonging to this helix is HIS178 what residue does this helix end on? Select one: a. GLU187 b. GLU188 C. ALA186 d. ALA187 e. GYL187

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There are seven major alpha-helices visible in 2rh1 and two short ones. One short helix is located at the end of the protein (res 330 to 340 – PRO330 to LEU340) and the other in the middle on the structure. The first residue belonging to this helix is HIS178 what residue does this helix end on? Select one: a. GLU187 b. GLU188 C. ALA186 d. ALA187 e. GYL187

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