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COLLAGEN
COLLAGEN. The Collagen Triple Helix. Collagen is composed of three chains, wound together in a tight triple helix.
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helices that are much more extended than an α-helix. A collagen helix contains 3.3 residues/turn compared to 3.
Changes in collagen stability and folding in lethal perinatal
Fourier transform of the collagen triple-helical structure and its
Fourier transform of the collagen triple-helical structure and its significance*. M BANSAL.
Selective Blockade of Glycoprotein VI Clustering on Collagen Helices*
Platelet activation by collagen relies on the interaction of the receptor glycoprotein VI (GPVI) with collagen helices.

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Lab Encodes Self-assembling Collagen
Hartgerink said strand alignment also determines a collagen helix's stability.
Encoding collagen: Program defines stable sequences for synthesis
Hartgerink said strand alignment also determines a collagen helix's stability.

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Collagen helix - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In collagen, the collagen helix, or type-2 helix, is a major shape in secondary structure.
Sandwalk: Collagen
Feb 27, 2007 The collagen triple helix is stabilized by interchain hydrogen bonds.
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Collagen helix - Description: In collagen, the collagen helix, or type-2 helix, is a major shape in secondary structure.
How does collagen helix differs from alpha helix
A collagen helix is less compact (because it goes into triple helices), and it is a left-handed helix.
Secondary Structure
Essentially what is involved in an alpha helix is that the primary structure of the protein twists around upon itself in Three peptide strands in the collagen helix.

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