Hydrophobic interactions and the design of receptor mimetic peptides.

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The possibility that hydrophobic interactions may be used as a basis for the design of receptor mimetic peptides for small peptide hormones that lack the potential to adopt amphiphilic secondary structures was tested by designing and characterizing receptor mimetic peptides for gamma-endorphin. The receptor mimetic peptides were designed to exhibit a… (More)

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