I'm looking find a cheat sheet for protein biology to stick on my desk to remind of some of the key principles of protein biology. I seem to remember the specific and complex principles in protein biology but at the expense of the basics.
Can anyone point me to a protein biology cheat sheet or formulate some suggestions to go on one?
What I am looking for:
- Amount of amino acids in a helix turn
- Amino acids typically found in Beta sheets and Helices
- The types of protein interactions (i.e. ionic, hydrophobic) and the amino acids usually involved.
- Definition of Globular and fibrous form
- Types of post-translational modifications
- Any other useful characteristics