Beta-Strand Interfaces of Non-Dimeric Protein Oligomers Are Characterized by Scattered Charged Residue Patterns

@inproceedings{Feverati2012BetaStrandIO,
  title={Beta-Strand Interfaces of Non-Dimeric Protein Oligomers Are Characterized by Scattered Charged Residue Patterns},
  author={Giovanni Feverati and Mounia Achoch and Jihad Zrimi and Laurent Vuillon and Claire Lesieur},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2012}
}
Protein oligomers are formed either permanently, transiently or even by default. The protein chains are associated through intermolecular interactions constituting the protein interface. The protein interfaces of 40 soluble protein oligomers of stœchiometries above two are investigated using a quantitative and qualitative methodology, which analyzes the x-ray structures of the protein oligomers and considers their interfaces as interaction networks. The protein oligomers of the dataset share… CONTINUE READING

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