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The hydrogen bonds are shown on the right figure as dashed lines. The α-helix is not the only helical structure in proteins. Other helical structures include the 3_10 helix, which is stabilized by hydrogen bonds of the type (i, i+3) and the π-helix, which is stabilized by hydrogen bonds of the type (i, i+5). Denaturation however, will interfere the normal alpha-helix and beta sheets in a protein which ultimately distort its 3D shape. Denaturation causes the disruption of hydrogen bonding between close proximity amino acids, thus interfering a protein's secondary and tertiary structure.