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Table 2 Sequence pools based in silico K/R-digestion

From: 50 years of amino acid hydrophobicity scales: revisiting the capacity for peptide classification

Abbr. Sequences   Description
dc-helix 8208 Dominating SSE α-helix; continuous
dc-sheet 1978 β-sheet; continuous
dc-random 4490 random coil; continuous
dd-helix 5154 α-helix; discontinuous
dd-sheet 3322 β-sheet; discontinuous
dd-random 2331 random coil; discontinuous
no-helix 11039 No dominating SSE β-sheets and random coils
no-sheet 7770 α-helices and random coils
no-random 281 β-sheets and α-helices
all 22237 β-sheets, a-helices, and random coils
krtm-helix 214 TM α-helices with additional AA at N- or C-terminus
krtm-sheet 119 TM β-sheets with additional AA at N- or C-terminus
  1. All peptides have a minimal length of ten amino acids (AA). Dominating SSE stands for SSE content larger than 70 % of all AA. Continuous means that this SSE is without gap
  2. TM transmembrane. The nomenclature is as follows: dc peptide derived by in silico tryptic digest with continuous structural element, dd peptide derived by in silico tryptic digest with discontinuous structural element, krtm peptide derived by in silico tryptic digest (kr) with transmembrane segment
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