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Default The conformational properties of alamethicin in ethanol studied by NMR

The conformational properties of alamethicin in ethanol studied by NMR

Alamethicin, a peptide consisted of 20 amino acid residues, has been known to function as an antibiotic. The peptides self-associate in biological membranes, form an ion channel, and then induce cell death by leaking intracellular contents through a transmembrane pore of an ion channel. We investigated conformation and its thermal stability of alamethicin-A6 and -U6 in ethanol using proton nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy; alamethicin-A6 and -U6 have the amino acid sequences of...

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