Greek key

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A protein folding pattern named after the pattern that was common on Greek pottery. Three up-and-down beta-strands connected by hairpins are followed by a longer connection to the fourth strand, which lies adjacent to the first. An example is in γ-crystallin which has two Greek key motifs.

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