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Structural Investigation of Proapoptotic Peptide by Cd and Nmr Spectroscopy

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We have performed a systematic investigation of the structural features of the peptides Int (a sequence able to cross cell membranes) and Int-H1(S6A,F8A) (which shows interesting antitumoral properties). After screening in aqueous solution at different ionic strength and pH values, we analyzed the structures of the peptides in different water / trifluoroethanol mixtures by Circular Dichroism and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance techniques.
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Keywords: circular dichroism; internalization sequence; molecular dynamics; nmr spectroscopy; proapoptotic sequence; trifluoroethanol

Document Type: Review Article

Affiliations: Department of Biophysical Sciences and Technologies M., University of Genoa, c.so Europa 30, Genoa, Italy,Laboratory of Experimental Oncology, National Institute for Cancer Research, Largo R. Benzi 10, Genoa, Italy.

Publication date: 2003-12-01

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