Kelly E. Burns

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Positively charged antimicrobial peptides have become promising agents for the treatment of cancer by inducing apoptosis though their preferential binding and disruption of negatively charged membranes, such as the mitochondrial membrane. (KLAKLAK)2 is such a peptide but due to its polarity, it cannot cross the cellular membrane and therefore relies on the(More)
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