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How a short pore forming peptide spans the lipid membrane.
Corpus ID: 28032496
Many antimicrobial peptides function by forming pores in the plasma membrane of the target cells. Intriguingly, some of these…
The natural, peptaibolic peptide SPF-5506-A4 adopts a β-bend spiral structure, shows low hemolytic activity and targets membranes through formation of large pores.
H. F. Christoffersen
S. K. Hansen
Biochimica et biophysica acta
Corpus ID: 25738307
The medium-length fungal peptaibol SPF-5506-A(4) has been shown to inhibit formation of the Aβ peptide involved in Alzheimer''s…
SPF-5506-A4, a New Peptaibol Inhibitor of Amyloid β-Peptide Formation Produced by Trichoderma sp.
The Journal of Antibiotics
Corpus ID: 12114726
A new peptaibol compound, SPF-5506-A4, was isolated from the fermentation broth of Trichoderma sp. SPF-5506. The chemical…
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