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The predicted secondary structure of enolase.

The results of several secondary-structure prediction programs were combined to produce an estimate of the regions of alpha-helix, beta-sheet and reverse turn for both chicken skeletal-muscle and yeast enolase sequences. The predicted secondary-structure content of the chicken enzyme is 27% alpha-helix and less than 10% beta-sheet, whereas in the yeast enolase a similar helix content but virtually no sheet are predicted. These results are in fair agreement with published experimental estimates of the amount of secondary structure in the yeast enzyme. The enzyme appears to be formed from three domains.[1]


  1. The predicted secondary structure of enolase. Sawyer, L., Fothergill-Gilmore, L.A., Russell, G.A. Biochem. J. (1986) [Pubmed]
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