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Solid-state NMR and molecular dynamics (MD) simulations are presented to help elucidate the molecular secondary structure of poly(Gly-Gly-X), which is one of the most common structural repetitive motifs found in

Solid-state NMR and molecular dynamics (MD) simulations are presented to help elucidate the molecular secondary structure of poly(Gly-Gly-X), which is one of the most common structural repetitive motifs found in orb-weaving dragline spider silk proteins. The combination of NMR and computational experiments provides insight into the molecular secondary structure of poly(Gly-Gly-X) segments and provides further support that these regions are disordered and primarily non-β-sheet.

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    • 2016-12-02
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.3390/ijms17122023
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      1661-6596
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      1422-0067

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    Gray, G., Vaart, A. V., Guo, C., Jones, J., Onofrei, D., Cherry, B., . . . Holland, G. (2016). Secondary Structure Adopted by the Gly-Gly-X Repetitive Regions of Dragline Spider Silk. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 17(12), 2023. doi:10.3390/ijms17122023

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