Protein Type

Fibrous proteins (3)

Mainly structural proteins. A characteristic feature of the fibrous protein sequences is the presence of repetitive sequence motifs.

Folds

  • iupr Coiled coil forming region (2000103)
    region that forms a part of coiled coil structure upon binding to its partner(s)
    Derived from SCOP
  • fold Antiparallel coiled-coil (2001019)
    this is not a true fold, contains at least two very long antiparallel helices
    Derived from SCOP
  • fold Apolipoprotein A-I open twisted ring (2001038)
    Pseudo-continuous, amphipathic alpha-helix that is punctuated by kinks at regularly spaced proline residues. The shape is similar to a twisted horseshoe.It forms tetrameric antiparallel coiled coil, closed in a circuit
    Derived from SCOP
  • fold Apolipoprotein A-I half-circle (2001252)
    Amphipathic alpha-helix that is punctuated by kinks at regularly spaced proline residues. It forms dimeric antiparallel coiled coil with a shape similar to a half-cirle. The N-terminus of one monomer folds into two small helices of different size that form a helical bundle with another monomer.
    Derived from SCOP