Orly Avraham

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Our understanding of protein evolution would greatly benefit from mapping of binding landscapes, i.e., changes in protein-protein binding affinity due to all single mutations. However, experimental generation of such landscapes is a tedious task due to a large number of possible mutations. Here, we use a simple computational protocol to map the binding(More)
Dimeric avidins are a newly discovered subgroup of the avidin family that bind biotin with high affinity. Their dimeric configuration is a quaternary substructure of the classical tetrameric avidins which lacks the requirement of the critical Trp that defines the tetramer and dictates the tenacious interaction with biotin. Hoefavidin, derived from the(More)
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