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Photoaffinity crosslinking comprises a group of invaluable techniques used to investigate in detail a binding interaction between two polypeptides. As the diverse photo crosslinking techniques available display inherent differences, the method of choice will provide specific information about a...
Although single‐walled carbon nanotubes (SWNTs) have exciting properties and potential applications, their hydrophobic nature makes them difficult to purify and manipulate. To fully realize the potential of SWNTs, strategies for the effective dispersion, separation, and organization of these...
The ability to develop a rational basis for the binding of inorganic materials to specific binding sites within self‐assembling biological scaffolds has important applications in nanobiotechnology. Amyloid‐forming peptides are a class of such scaffolds and show enormous potential as templates...
Cytoplasmic domains of gap junction proteins (connexins) are involved in channel gating, voltage and pH sensitivity, and contain binding sites for partner proteins. However, their secondary structure is incompletely characterized and comparisons among the connexins is totally lacking. Circular...
Arenicin‐2 is a 21 residue antimicrobial cyclic peptide, possessing one disulphide bond between residues Cys3 and Cys20. NMR and CD studies suggested that the structure of arenicin‐2 in water represented a well formed, but highly twisted β‐harpin. To investigate the spatial arrangement of...
Single‐walled carbon nanotubes (SWNTs) have unique properties and are projected to have a major impact in nanoscale electronics, materials science, and nanomedicine. Yet, these potential applications are hindered by the need for sample purification to separate SWNTs from each other and from...
Cyanovirin‐N (CV‐N) is a cyanobacterial lectin that binds to specific oligomannoses on the surface of gp120, resulting in nanomolar antiviral activity against HIV. In its monomeric form, CV‐N contains two functional carbohydrate‐binding domains, A and B. When refolded at high...
The use of bacteriophage T7 is presented as a peptide display platform to identify short binding sequences for PDZ domain proteins. Two different domains are examined, the 10th PDZ domain (PDZ10) of the multi‐PDZ domain protein 1 (MUPP1) and the third PDZ domain (PDZ3) of postsynaptic...
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