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Cd Conformational And Modeling Studies Of A Synthetic Peptide Vpdlladllk In Different Media

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CD spectral studies of VPDLLADLK, a synthetic peptide shows that it undergoes a conformational transition from an unordered structure to a more ordered structure from a polar to a non-polar homogeneous medium. In microheterogeneous media like SDS, CTAB micelles and DMPC lipid bilayer, the peptide exhibits a more stable alpha- helical structure. The helical conformation is stabilized in DMPC lipid bilayer. Homology modeling gives the picture of alpha- helix, where the middle six residues LLADLL form the turns of the helix.
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Keywords: Ni-Fe hydrogenase; VPDLLADLLK; cis -biphenyl-2,3-dihydrodiol-2,3-dehydrogenase; ornithine transcarbamylase; serine threonine phosphatase; thermostable B type DNA polymerase

Document Type: Review Article

Publication date: 2001-02-01

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