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This is a brief tutorial on how to read a Proteopedia article and view the integrated 3D figures. A single page cheat sheet is available. We will use lysozyme bound to a as our example structure. In the , the protein is shown in blue ("deep sky blue", to be exact) as a carbon alpha trace, and the carbohydrate is shown in all-bonds, colored using the CPK color scheme. Lysozyme was the first enzyme structure to be solved.

Structure of the enzyme lysozyme (blue) in complex with carbohydrate (gray, red and blue)

Drag the structure with the mouse to rotate

Now you are ready to explore the fascinating world of proteins presented in Proteopedia!

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Karsten Theis, Angel Herraez

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