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[[File:Irc 476462 1431731023 G1 Beta Folders E1 LociOiling.png|thumb|400px|LociOiling's dihydrolipoamide succinyltransferase core from [[Puzzle 1086|puzzle 1086]].]]
 
[[File:Irc 476462 1431731023 G1 Beta Folders E1 LociOiling.png|thumb|400px|LociOiling's dihydrolipoamide succinyltransferase core from [[Puzzle 1086|puzzle 1086]].]]
[[Revisiting_puzzle/Glycolysis|Glycolysis]] is a [[Revisiting puzzle|revisiting puzzle]], originally presented in 2008 as [https://fold.it/portal/node/375147 Puzzle 72: Glycolysis].
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[[Revisiting_puzzle/72: Glycolysis|72: Glycolysis]] is a [[Revisiting puzzle|revisiting puzzle]], originally presented in 2008 as [https://fold.it/portal/node/375147 Puzzle 72: Glycolysis].
   
 
The recent versions of this puzzle use "citric acid cycle" in the title in place of "glycolysis".
 
The recent versions of this puzzle use "citric acid cycle" in the title in place of "glycolysis".

Revision as of 05:31, July 2, 2019

Irc 476462 1431731023 G1 Beta Folders E1 LociOiling

LociOiling's dihydrolipoamide succinyltransferase core from puzzle 1086.

72: Glycolysis is a revisiting puzzle, originally presented in 2008 as Puzzle 72: Glycolysis.

The recent versions of this puzzle use "citric acid cycle" in the title in place of "glycolysis".

Glycolysis refers to the process of metabolizing glucose. This small protein is referred to as the "E3-binding domain of the dihydrolipoamide succinyltransferase core from the 2-oxoglutarate dehydrogenase multienzyme complex of Escherichia coli".

The puzzle has 37 segments with the sequence:

 
lspairrllaehnldasaikgtgvggrltredvekhl

This sequence is found in the following Protein Data Bank entries:

  • 1BAL (chain A, offset 11)
  • 1BBL (chain A, offset 11)
  • 1W4H (chain A, offset 7)
  • 2CYU (chain A, offset 1)

This puzzle does not have any disulfide bridges.

This puzzle does not have any ligands.

This puzzle has a single chain.

See players' solutions from previous visits to this puzzle:

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