Results for: Helix

In Biology

What is an alpha helix?

An alpha helix is a type of secondary structure in proteins. Theother type is the beta pleated sheet.
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In Biology

Why does DNA have a helix shape?

Several forces are responsible for the shape and stability of the DNA's twisted ladder shape: 1. Hydrogen bonds hold the sugar-phosphate "rails" together. 2. Hydrogen bonds ar (MORE)

Who found the helix?

if you mean the double helix in DNA..... In 1953, based on X-ray diffraction images[123] taken by Rosalind Franklin and the information that the bases were paired, James D. (MORE)
In Health

Does a helix piercing hurt?

Well you are getting a deep cartilage piercing, yeah it's going to hurt for a few moments, but it's not that tough to deal with. You need to forget about pain and make your mi (MORE)

What does the helix fossil give you?

it will give a pokemon.if you chose helix fossil you will get a omanyte.if you chose dome fossil you will get make your fossil back to life,go to cinnabar (MORE)
In Biology

Functions of alpha helix proteins?

The alpha-helix will plays an important role in terms of the   shape and  structure of the final protein. Since it orientates the  amino acids, such as the functional gr (MORE)

How does collagen helix differs from alpha helix?

A collagen helix is less compact (because it goes into triple helices), and it is a left-handed helix.     An alpha helix is more compact and hence requires more rotati (MORE)
In Beauty

Does getting your helix pierced hurt?

Well sure it does. I have mine pierced, cartilage piercings tend to hurt a bit worse than lobe or skin piercings due to all of the nerves and blood vessels that run through ca (MORE)
In Toys

What does a helix fossil in Pokemon Yellow do?

A Helix Fossil is used to resurrect an Omanyte. Bring the Helix fossil to a Scientist in the third room at the Pokemon Lab located on Cinnabar Island. After giving it to him, (MORE)
In Uncategorized

What is a helix screw?

A helix screw is just a regular everyday screw. Most screws have a helix spiralled thread that allows the screw to imbed itself in whatever is being attached to something else (MORE)