Yana A. Zabrodskaya

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A mirror-symmetry motif was discovered in the N-terminus of the influenza virus PB1 protein. Structure of peptide comprised of the corresponding part of PB1 (amino acid residues 6-25) was investigated by circular dichroism and in silico modeling. We found that peptide PB1 (6-25) in solution assumes beta-hairpin conformation. A truncated peptide PB1 (6-13),(More)
33 Today, biological objects are studied using various microscopy methods: electronic microscopy (EM), confocal microscopy (CM), and atomic force micross copy (AFM). One of the advantages of AFM is the ability to study biological objects in solution at a resoo lution comparable to that of electron microscopy. In EM and CM, there are methods based on the use(More)
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