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A histone fold is a fold found near the C-terminus of each type histone in a histone octamer. The core histones share a structurally conserved motif, the histone fold, averaging about 70 amino acids. The histone fold consists of three alpha helices connected by short loops. The histone fold is made up of three alpha helices separated by two unstructured loops.
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