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Protein Investigator 3.0.2

interactively explore protein structure and function in a simplified system.


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Protein Investigator is a Photo & Image software developed by Brian White umb. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Protein Investigator:

Many lab exercises use molecular visualization software that allows students to to 'see' a protein in its full 3-dimensional form and to make hypotheses about the interactions between various side chains. However, these programs do not allow students to test their hypotheses because molecular visualization software does not allow students to make changes to the protein sequence and observe their effects on the protein's structure and function.


* Amino acids have side-chains of varying hydrophobicity, charge, and Hydrogen bonding Capacity.
* The amino acids a reconnected in an un-branched chain that can bend.
* Hydrophobic amino acids will tend to avoid the water that surrounds the protein; hydrophilic amino acids will bind to the water.
* Amino acids that can form hydrogen bonds will tend to form hydrogen bonds if they can.
* Positively-charged amino acids will tend to form ionic bonds with negatively-charged amino acids if they can.
* Like-charged amino acids will repel each other if they can.
* Ionic interactions are stronger than hydrogen bonds, which are stronger than hydrophobic interactions.
* Proteins can be folded under oxidizing (Disulfide Bonds ON) or reducing (Disulfide Bonds OFF) conditions.
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