Mapping discontinuous protein-binding sites via structure-based peptide libraries: combining in silico and in vitro approaches.

Abstract

To perform their various functions, protein surfaces often have to interact with each other in a specific way. Usually, only parts of a protein are accessible and can act as binding sites. Because proteins consist of polypeptide chains that fold into complex three-dimensional shapes, binding sites can be divided into two different types: linear sites that… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/jmr.2237

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@article{Jaeger2013MappingDP, title={Mapping discontinuous protein-binding sites via structure-based peptide libraries: combining in silico and in vitro approaches.}, author={Ines S. Jaeger and Ines Kretzschmar and Jana K{\"{o}rner and Armin A. Weiser and Carsten C. Mahrenholz and Ajish S.R. Potty and Katerina Kourentzi and Richard C. Willson and Rudolf Volkmer and Robert Preissner}, journal={Journal of molecular recognition : JMR}, year={2013}, volume={26 1}, pages={23-31} }