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C-terminal specific protein degradation: Activity and substrate specificity

The activity of Tsp,  a periplasmic endoprotease of Escherichia coli, has been characterized by assaying the cleavage of  protein and peptide substrates, determining the cleavage  sites Show more >

Comparative modeling of CCRL1, a key protein in masked immune diseases and virtu

Abstract: Human CCRL1 belongs to the family of silent chemokine receptors. This transmembrane protein plays a role in blunting function of chemokines through binding to them. This will attenuate imm Show more >

Comparative modeling of DszC, an enzyme in biodesulfurization, and performing in

Abstract: Desulfurization protein named DszC from Rhodococcus erythropolis is the key enzyme for biodesulforization of dibenzothiophene (DBT) in 4S pathway, which is a pathway with four enzymes. Dsz Show more >

Concepts and tools for NMR restraint analysis and validation

The quality of NMR-derived biomolecular structure models can be assessed by validation on the level of structural characteristics as well as the NMR data used to derive the structure models. Here, an Show more >

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