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10.1002/prot.21095.abs The protein folding problem represents one of the most challenging problems in computational biology. Distance constraints and topology predictions can be highly useful for the folding problem in reducing the conformational space that must be searched by deterministic...
10.1002/prot.21147.abs Many pathogenic bacteria possess adhesive surface organelles (called pili), anchored to their outer membrane, which mediate the first step of infection by binding to host tissue. Pilus biogenesis occurs via the “chaperone–usher” pathway: the usher, a large outer...
10.1002/prot.21168.abs Peptides and proteins tend to aggregate under appropriate conditions. The amyloid fibrils that are ubiquitously found among these structures are associated with major human diseases like Alzheimer's disease, type II diabetes, and various prion diseases. Lately, it has been...
10.1002/prot.21196.abs Angiotensin II type 1 (AT1) receptor belongs to the super‐family of G‐protein‐coupled receptors, and antagonists of the AT1 receptor are effectively used in the treatment of hypertension. To understand the molecular interactions of these antagonists, such as losartan...
10.1002/prot.21182.abs The lipoxygenase family of lipid‐peroxidizing, nonheme iron dioxygenases form products that are precursors for diverse physiological processes in both plants and animals. In soybean (Glycine max), five vegetative isoforms, VLX‐A, VLX‐B, VLX‐C, VLX‐D, VLX‐E, and...
10.1002/prot.21151.abs Rational design of peptides is a challenge, which would benefit from a better knowledge of the rules of sequence–structure–function relationships. Peptide structures can be approached by spectroscopy and NMR techniques but data from these approaches too frequently...
10.1002/prot.21184.abs CcmG, also designated DsbE, functions as a periplasmic protein thiol:disulfide oxidoreductase and is required for cytochrome c maturation. Here we report the crystal structures of Escherichia coli CcmG and its two mutants, P144A and the N‐terminal fifty seven‐residue...
10.1002/prot.21108.abs AtFKBP13, an immunophilin in the chloroplast thylakoid lumen, participates in redox‐regulatory processes via a pair of conserved disulfide bonds that are present at the N‐ and C‐termini of the protein. Characterization of this protein by structural and biochemical...
10.1002/prot.21133.abs Proteins with complex, nonlocal beta‐sheets are challenging for de novo structure prediction, due in part to the difficulty of efficiently sampling long‐range strand pairings. We present a new, multilevel approach to beta‐sheet structure prediction that circumvents...
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