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ESBRI: A web server for evaluating salt bridges in proteins
Salt bridges can play important roles in protein structure and function and have stabilizing and destabilizing effects in protein folding. ESBRI is a software available as web tool which analyses theExpand
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Amino acid propensities for secondary structures are influenced by the protein structural class.
Amino acid propensities for secondary structures were used since the 1970s, when Chou and Fasman evaluated them within datasets of few tens of proteins and developed a method to predict secondaryExpand
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Intestinal T Cell Responses to Gluten Peptides Are Largely Heterogeneous: Implications for a Peptide-Based Therapy in Celiac Disease1
The identification of gluten peptides eliciting intestinal T cell responses is crucial for the design of a peptide-based immunotherapy in celiac disease (CD). To date, several gluten peptides haveExpand
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Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Ionization-Time of Flight Mass Spectrometry for the Discrimination of Food-Borne Microorganisms
ABSTRACT A methodology based on matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization-time of flight mass spectrometry of intact bacterial cells was used for rapid discrimination of 24 bacterial species, andExpand
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Integrating mutation data and structural analysis of the TP53 tumor‐suppressor protein
TP53 encodes p53, which is a nuclear phosphoprotein with cancer‐inhibiting properties. In response to DNA damage, p53 is activated and mediates a set of antiproliferative responses includingExpand
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Energy‐based prediction of amino acid‐nucleotide base recognition
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We used HINT, a non‐Newtonian force field encoding both enthalpic and entropic contributions, and Rank, a geometry‐based tool for evaluating hydrogen bond interactions. Expand
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A genomic view of estrogen actions in human breast cancer cells by expression profiling of the hormone-responsive transcriptome.
Estrogen controls key cellular functions of responsive cells including the ability to survive, replicate, communicate and adapt to the extracellular milieu. Changes in the expression of 8400 genesExpand
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A CD4 homologue in sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax): molecular characterization and structural analysis.
CD4 is a transmembrane glycoprotein fundamental for cell-mediated immunity. Its action as a T cell co-receptor increases the avidity of association between a T cell and an antigen-presenting cell byExpand
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Molecular characterization, gene structure and antibacterial activity of a g-type lysozyme from the European sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax L.).
In fish, the first line of defense is represented by the innate immune system and the lysozyme is one of the molecules involved in this mechanism of protection. Three types of lysozymes have beenExpand
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Identification of proteins associated with ligand‐activated estrogen receptor α in human breast cancer cell nuclei by tandem affinity purification and nano LC‐MS/MS
Estrogen receptor α (ER‐α) is a key mediator of estrogen actions in breast cancer (BC) cells. Understanding the effects of ligand‐activated ER‐α in target cells requires identification of theExpand
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