Protein flexibility

Proteins generally fold into a unique 3 dimensional structure determined by their amino acids sequences. However, they are not strictly static, but rather flexible and transition from a number of different states. Some areas in a protein might be more flexible and have been coloured here in blue, grey and red.

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