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Sets of complementary lipidated coiled-coil forming peptides that fuse membrane fusion have been designed. The influence of the coiled-coil motif on the rate of liposome fusion was studied, by varying the number of heptad repeats. We found that an increased coiled-coil stability of complementary peptides translates into increased rates of membrane fusion of liposomes.
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