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Oligomeric structure of ExbB and ExbB-ExbD isolated from Escherichia coli as revealed by LILBID mass spectrometry.
Energy-coupled transporters in the outer membrane of Escherichia coli and other Gram-negative bacteria allow the entry of scarce substrates, toxic proteins, and bacterial viruses (phages) into theExpand
Dimerization of human 5-lipoxygenase
Abstract Human 5-lipoxygenase (5-LO) can form dimers as shown here via native gel electrophoresis, gel filtration chromatography and LILBID (laser induced liquid bead ion desorption) massExpand
Fold and Function of the InlB B-repeat*
Host cell invasion by the facultative intracellular pathogen Listeria monocytogenes requires the invasion protein InlB in many cell types. InlB consists of an N-terminal internalin domain that bindsExpand
Laser-induced liquid bead ion desorption mass spectrometry: an approach to precisely monitor the oligomerization of the β-amyloid peptide.
In the present work, the recently developed laser-induced liquid bead ion desorption mass spectrometry (LILBID MS) is applied as a novel technique to study Aβ oligomerization, thought to be crucialExpand
Analysis of AcrB and AcrB/DARPin ligand complexes by LILBID MS.
The AcrA/AcrB/TolC complex is responsible for intrinsic multidrug resistance (MDR) in Escherichia coli. Together with the periplasmic adaptor protein AcrA and the outer membrane channel TolC, theExpand
Cyclodextrin-Adamantane Host–Guest Interactions on the Surface of Biocompatible Adamantyl-Modified Glycodendrimers
A series of adamantyl-modified glycodendrimers (mPPI-Gx-AdaA-C) was prepared in a two-step synthesis using two efficient reactions: (1) urea bond formation from amine and isocyanate and (2) reductiveExpand
Biohybrid structures consisting of biotinylated glycodendrimers and proteins: influence of the biotin ligand's number and chemical nature on the biotin–avidin conjugation
We present the bioconjugation of avidin as a central and/or bridging building block with mono-, bi- and tetravalent biotinylated glycodendrimers to fabricate defined supramolecular nanostructures forExpand
Self-assembly of poly(propylene imine) glycodendrimers: role of aromatic interactions in the formation of necklace- and donut-like nanostructures
Here, we report on the key feature of the third and fifth generation poly(propylene imine) dendrimers, bearing on the surface hydrophobic phenyl and hydrophilic maltose groups, to self-assemble intoExpand