Tertiary structure

Tertiary structure of a protein (i.e., its complete three-dimensional structure) is often formed by several stretches with different secondary structures. So happens, for example, with lysozyme, a small protein (129 amino acid residues). The types of secondary structure are displayed in two ways: using the schematic renderings and with the “structure” color scheme:


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