Hanna Czepczynska

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The discoidin domain is a approximately 150 amino acid motif common in both eukaryotic and prokaryotic proteins. It is found in a variety of extracellular, intracellular and transmembrane multidomain proteins characterized by a considerable functional diversity, mostly involved in developmental processes. The biological role of the domain depends on its(More)
The increasing interest in the structural arrangements and functional interdependencies of individual modules within large multidomain proteins requires the development of new methods allowing efficient production and purification of large human proteins. Heterologous expression in bacteria is still the most convenient and widely-used approach. However,(More)
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