Secondary Structure Information

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Secondary structure assignments calculated using Stride.

   1.  Frishman,D & Argos,P. (1995) Knowledge-based secondary structure
       assignment.  Proteins, 23, 566-579.

   2.  Kabsch,W. & Sander,C. (1983)  Dictionary  of  protein  secondary
       structure:    pattern   recognition   of hydrogen-bonded   and
       geometrical features. Biopolymers, 22: 2577-2637.
   3.  Eisenhaber,  F.  and  Argos,  P.  (1993)  Improved  strategy  in
       analytic  surface calculation for molecular systems: handling of
       singularities and computational efficiency. J. comput. Chem. 14,
   4.  Eisenhaber, F., Lijnzaad, P., Argos, P., Sander, C., and Scharf,
       M.  (1995) The double cubic lattice method: efficient approaches
       to numerical integration of surface area and volume and  to  dot
       surface contouring of molecular assemblies. J. comput. Chem. 16,
   5.  Bernstein, F.C., Koetzle, T.F.,  Williams,  G.J.,  Meyer,  E.F.,
       Brice,  M.D.,  Rodgers,  J.R., Kennard, O., Shimanouchi, T., and
       Tasumi, M.  (1977)  The  protein  data  bank:  a  computer-based
       archival  file for macromolecular structures. J. Mol. Biol. 112,
   6.  Kraulis, P.J.  (1991)  MOLSCRIPT:  a  program  to  produce  both
       detailed  and  schematic  plots  of protein structures. J. Appl.
       Cryst. 24, 946-950.
   7.  Pearson, W.R. (1990) Rapid  and  sensitive  sequence  comparison
       with FASTP and FASTA. Methods. Enzymol. 183, 63-98.

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