Atomic resolution structure of the HFBII hydrophobin, a self-assembling amphiphile.

@article{Hakanp2004AtomicRS,
  title={Atomic resolution structure of the HFBII hydrophobin, a self-assembling amphiphile.},
  author={Johanna Hakanp{\"a}{\"a} and Arja Paananen and Sanna Askolin and Tiina Nakari-Set{\"a}l{\"a} and Tarja Parkkinen and Merja Penttil{\"a} and Markus B Linder and Juha Rouvinen},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={2004},
  volume={279 1},
  pages={534-9}
}
Hydrophobins are proteins specific to filamentous fungi. Hydrophobins have several important roles in fungal physiology, for example, adhesion, formation of protective surface coatings, and the reduction of the surface tension of water, which allows growth of aerial structures. Hydrophobins show remarkable biophysical properties, for example, they are the most powerful surface-active proteins known. To this point the molecular basis of the function of this group of proteins has been largely… CONTINUE READING

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