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Recent articles of hemolytic peptides

This page provides information about the recent research articles related to hemolytic peptides and is updated periodically

Papers published in Pubmed in last 60 days

(Data retrieved on Thu Sep 26 17:43:54 IST 2013 )

  1. Dissociation of Antimicrobial and Hemolytic Activities of Gramicidin S through N-Methylation Modification.
  2. Design of imperfectly amphipathic alpha-helical antimicrobial peptides with enhanced cell selectivity.
  3. Synthetic analogs of anoplin show improved antimicrobial activities.
  4. Synthesis of side chain n,n' -diaminoalkylated derivatives of basic amino acids for application in solid-phase Peptide synthesis.
  5. A small Peptide with therapeutic potential for inflammatory acne vulgaris.
  6. Antimicrobial peptides from the venom gland of the social wasp Vespa tropica.
  7. Use of a small Peptide fragment as an inhibitor of insulin fibrillation process: a study by high and low resolution spectroscopy.
  8. A Novel Antimicrobial Peptide from Skin Secretions of the Tree Frog Theloderma kwangsiensis.
  9. Characterization of the sil in invasive groups A and G streptococci; antibodies against bacterial pheromone peptide SilCR result in severe infection.
  10. Antimicrobial activity and mechanism of action of a novel cationic alpha-helical octadecapeptide derived from heat shock protein 70 of rice.
  11. Serum albumin-protamine conjugate for biocompatible platform for targeted delivery of therapeutic macromolecules.
  12. Improved protease stability of the antimicrobial Peptide pin2 substituted with d-amino acids.
  13. Interplay among Subunit Identity, Subunit Proportion, Chain Length, and Stereochemistry in the Activity Profile of Sequence-Random Peptide Mixtures.
  14. Correlations between membrane immersion depth, orientation, and salt-resistance of tryptophan-rich antimicrobial peptides.
  15. Disruption of Interactions between Hydrophobic Residues on Nonpolar Faces is a Key Determinant in Decreasing Hemolysis and Increasing Antimicrobial Activities of alpha-Helical Amphipathic Peptides.