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Identification and modeling of protein conformational substates
The range of conformations of macromolecules and the dynamic interconversion between conformations is an important part of the relationship between structure and function. The existence of side-chain conformational substates ...
Correlations between bound n-alkyl isocyanide orientations and pathways for ligand binding in recombinant myoglobins
Subtle differences in Fe-C-O geometry between the recombinant (pH 9, space group P6) and native (pH 7, space group P21) crystal forms of carbon monoxide sperm whale myoglobin are magnified by using n-butyl isocyanide as ...
A comparative study of the membrane-active beta-sheet peptide protegrin with the alpha-helical peptide alamethicin
The interactions of the membrane-active peptides alamethicin and protegrin with lipid bilayers are studied. The influence of the bilayer composition on the orientation transition of alamethicin is studied using oriented ...