Published in Blood Weekly, April 2nd, 2009
"The 28-40 segment of SPLN with the sequence PKLLETFLSKWIG, designated as SPF, is the most hydrophobic stretch of SPLN and primarily responsible for the membrane-perturbing activity of SPLN. It was reported that SPF has a helical structure and the interchange of E5 and K10 residues disrupted the helical structure. The present paper reports a possible mechanism of disruption of the helical structure of SPF peptide during the interchange of...
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