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Membrane-Active Peptides from Marine Organisms—Antimicrobials, Cell-Penetrating Peptides and Peptide Toxins: Applications and Prospects
Abstract Marine organisms are known to be a rich and unique source of bioactive compounds as they are exposed to extreme conditions in the oceans. The present study is an attempt to briefly describeExpand
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Antibacterial properties of Latarcin 1 derived cell‐penetrating peptides
Abstract Cell‐penetrating peptides (CPPs) and antimicrobial peptides (AMPs) share certain physicochemical parameters such as amphipathicity, hydrophobicity, cationicity and pI, due to which these twoExpand
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CyLoP-1: Membrane-active peptide with cell-penetrating and antimicrobial properties.
CyLoP-1 is a cysteine-rich cell-penetrating peptide derived from nuclear localization sequence of snake toxin, crotamine. The peptide has shown cytoplasmic uptake in mammalian cells at lowerExpand
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Antifungal activity of Latarcin 1 derived cell-penetrating peptides against Fusarium solani.
Cell-penetrating peptides and antimicrobial peptides share physicochemical characteristics and mechanisms of interaction with biological membranes, hence, termed as membrane active peptides. TheExpand
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