beta sheet structure

German: beta-Faltblattstruktur
Japanese: ベータシート構造

Biochemistry. A common secondary structure occurring in many proteins. It consists of several polypeptide chains running in parallel or alternating directions in a zigzag pattern. The polypeptide chains are connected by intermolecular hydrogen bonds. For example, silk is a protein with beta sheet structure.

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