β strands are usually from fi ve to 10 residues long
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Parent (intermediate) annotationOpen itTh e β sheet is formed through interac- tions between noncontiguous amino acids in the polypeptide chain, in contrast to the α helix, which is formed from one contiguous segment of the chain. β strands are usually from fi ve to 10 residues long and are in an almost fully extended con- formation. To satisfy their hydrogen-bonding capacity, they form sheets in which β strands are aligned adjacent to each other (Figure 1.37 and
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