Circular dichroism spectroscopy data analysis software tools
Circular dichroism (CD) spectroscopy is a technique that uses circular polarized light to detect conformation changes and to define secondary structures of small organic molecules, proteins and DNA. CD gives less specific structural information than X-ray crystallography and protein NMR spectroscopy, but is a quick method that does not require large amounts of proteins or extensive data processing. CD spectroscopy software tools are used for analysis of secondary structure calculation and prediction using CD spectrum, reference information, or database comparison
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