a. Photo of 3D inhibitor structure (1pt). One photo of your screen, captured at the indicated spot in instructions. Both the phenyl group and the peptide bond should be visible, and your student ID card should be visible in the lower-right corner of the photo.
b. Caption for inhibitor structure (2pt). One brief paragraph to caption your photo. There are various orders in which you could present the following information, but at some point, with complete sentences, you should include all of the following:
What filename you downloaded. Where you downloaded it from.
That the molecule is being displayed in Jmol. The full name of the molecule (not just 'APF') - refer back to the page where you downloaded the file.
The notable structural features (key functional groups and important types of bonds) that can be seen in the actual figure that you are submitting. You are captioning the photo that you're submitting - so don't mention any part of the molecule's structure that isn't actually visible! Your purpose is to orient the reader to what they are seeing in the photo that you submitted.
Color-coded views of chymotrypsin and chymotrypsinogen. The response to this question should contain three components:
a. Photo of chymotrypsin (2pt). Your color-coded photo of chymotrypsin, with your student ID showing in the lower right.
b. Photo of chymotrypsinogen (2pt). Your color-coded photo of chymotrypsinogen (using the same color choices), with your student ID showing in the lower right.
C. Caption for chymotrypsin and chymotrypsinogen images (3pt). A clear and detailed caption that is customized to your own personal images that you created. There are various orders in which you could present the following information, but at some point, with complete sentences, you should include all of the following:
An indication that the first image is chymotrypsin (give the filename and state that it is bound to the inhibitor that you showed in the previous question and that the second image is its inactive precursor chymotrysinogen.
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