A Contribution to The Biology of North American Vespine by Carl D. Duncan

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This issue will be explored in Chap. 5. References 1. Baldwin RL (2003) In search of the energetic role of peptide hydrogen bonds. J Biol Chem 278:17581–17588 2. Powers ET, Deechongkit S, Kelly JW (2006) Backbone-backbone H-bonds make contextdependent contributions to protein folding kinetics and thermodynamics: Lessons from amideto-ester mutations. In: Peptide Solvation and H-bonds, Baldwin RL, Baker D, eds, Adv Protein Chem 72:40–79, Elsevier Academic Press, San Diego, California 3. Fernández A, Berry RS (2002) Extent of Hydrogen-bond protection in folded proteints: A constraint on packing architectures.

C) Can we establish whether hydrophobic collapse precedes or is concurrent with secondary structure formation? We approach these problems by establishing a relationship between the modulation of electrostatic shielding and the wrapping of the protein conformation along generated folding trajectories. This link is delineated based on statistical information on hydrophobic clustering around native backbone hydrogen bonds, information that leads us to establish a pervasive wrapping motif in native structures [22].

C) Can we establish whether hydrophobic collapse precedes or is concurrent with secondary structure formation? We approach these problems by establishing a relationship between the modulation of electrostatic shielding and the wrapping of the protein conformation along generated folding trajectories. This link is delineated based on statistical information on hydrophobic clustering around native backbone hydrogen bonds, information that leads us to establish a pervasive wrapping motif in native structures [22].

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