|table of evaluated peptides before linking|
Example for a linear peptide (1)
Example for non-linear peptide linking two (2) or three (3) strands
Example3: p1 XXXX p2 XXXX p3 shows how the single strands are linked. The „X“ stands for any AA in the linker you want to use (usually β-alanine) . The number of „X“ indicates how many AAs are needed to join the single strands.
This sectiondescribes the different single strands of the non-linear peptide. In this example all peptides belong to chain N and extend from AA number 459-463, 104-113 and 164-168, respectively.
Left sideof this section indicates the distance between the C-terminus of strand 1 to the N-terminus of strand 2.
Right side defines the distance between C-terminus of strand 2 to N-terminus of strand 1.
PLAESE do not forget to link the peptides!
|table of peptides after linking and amino replacements|
Always use the evaluate button to see the linked strands. The table beside shows how the non-linear peptides are linked. The numbers (1-3) stand for the same peptides as the side before.