Repetitive sequences

John Kuszewski johnk at spasm.niddk.nih.gov
Fri Jun 23 20:16:46 EST 1995


In article <DAn95G.Czu at oci.utoronto.ca>, Gil Prive <prive> writes:
|> I am looking for a good reference on the functional and structural
|> significance of short repetitive sequences in proteins. These are
|> generally considered to be flexible linkers between structured domains,
|> but with the discovery that SH3 domains bind proline-rich sequences, it
|> seems unwise to uncritically consider these regions as "boring". 

There was a paper in TIBS about this last year or so.


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