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Base Pair Geometry Question

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Default Base Pair Geometry Question



Hey, confused on this point:

Are base pair properties such as roll and tilt defined to be relative to the adjacent base pair, or relative to the helical axis? eg. Is tilt the angle a base pair makes with a line perpindicular to the helical axis, or is it the angle it makes with the adjacent base?

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