Figure 5 of
Yeagle, Mol Vis 2000;
Figure 5. Two families of DIANA structures for rhoviih
Families of the five structures with the best target functions from DIANA are superimposed and represented in stereo. DIANA repeatedly folds the peptide into conformations that meet the distance constraints between specific hydrogens of the molecule imposed from the NMR data. A target function is assigned according to how well the folded molecule satisfies the experimental constraints. Two families of structures were observed during the data analysis as described in the text and are represented in A and B here.