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Membrane disruption ability of facially amphiphilic helical peptides

Membrane disruption ability of facially amphiphilic helical peptides

Chemical Communications 2002(16): 1694-1695

A helical 14-residue peptide containing four polar, but uncharged, benzo-21-crown-7 side-chains aligned along one face induces significantly more vesicle leakage than analogous 21-mer or 7-mer peptides.

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Accession: 046661345

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PMID: 12196954

DOI: 10.1039/b204640g

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