Diffusion of hydrophobin proteins in solution and interactions with a graphite surface

@inproceedings{Mereghetti2011DiffusionOH,
  title={Diffusion of hydrophobin proteins in solution and interactions with a graphite surface},
  author={Paolo Mereghetti and Rebecca C. Wade},
  booktitle={BMC biophysics},
  year={2011}
}
BackgroundHydrophobins are small proteins produced by filamentous fungi that have a variety of biological functions including coating of spores and surface adhesion. To accomplish these functions, they rely on unique interface-binding properties. Using atomic-detail implicit solvent rigid-body Brownian dynamics simulations, we studied the diffusion of HFBI, a class II hydrophobin from Trichoderma reesei, in aqueous solution in the presence and absence of a graphite surface.ResultsIn the… CONTINUE READING

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