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Dihedral angle detection software tools | Protein structure data analysis

Dihedral angle detection software tools | Protein structure data analysis A dihedral angle of a protein is the internal angle of polypeptide backbone at which two adjacent planes meet. The conformation of the backbone can be described by two dihedral angles per residue, because the backbone residing between two juxtaposing Cα atoms are all in a single plane. These angles are called φ (phi) which involves the backbone atoms C-N-Cα-C, and ψ (psi) which involves the backbone atoms N-Cα-C-N. Dihedral angle detection software tools are used to predict different sets of structural protein properties, including calculation of dihedral angles. 
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