Tatyana B Stoilova

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Ion-channel activity of a series of gramicidin A analogues carrying charged amino-acid sequences on the C-terminus of the peptide was studied on planar bilayer lipid membranes and liposomes. It was found that the analogue with the positively charged sequence GSGRRRRSQS forms classical cationic pores at low concentrations and large unselective pores at high(More)
According to recent data, gramicidin A analogues having positively charged amino acid sequences at the C-termini exhibit two types of channel activity in lipid membranes: classical cation-selective channels and large unselective pores. The induction of unselective pores was shown here to strongly depend on the redox state of the membrane-bathing solution,(More)
The channel-forming activity of gramicidin A derivatives carrying positively charged amino acid sequences at their C-termini was studied on planar bilayer lipid membranes and liposomes. We showed previously (FEBS Lett., 2005, vol. 579, pp. 5247–5252) that, at low concentrations, these peptides form classical cation-selective pores typical of gramicidin A,(More)
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