Author(s): Anindita Roy Chowdhury*and Anushka Kothari
Among the four major forces responsible for the three dimensional structure of a protein, hydrophobic force is the dominant one. A protein is functional only after it attains its three dimensional str ucture. In this age of rising popularity of alternate energy resources, it is known that the bacteria, Chlorobium tepidum is capable of harvesting energy. In this paper, the authors aim to investigate the hydrophobic mapping of protein sequences of Chlorobium tepidum.
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