Structure and organization of hemolytic and nonhemolytic diastereomers of antimicrobial peptides in membranes.


Recently, we reported on a new group of diastereomers of short-model peptides (12 amino acids long) composed of leucine and lysine with varying ratios, possessing several properties that make them potentially better than native or de novo-designed all L-amino acid antimicrobial peptides. Preliminary studies have revealed that modulating the hydrophobicity… (More)


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