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Metallopeptides containing both the complex Cu2+-glycyl-glycyl-histidine (Cu-GGH) and the sequence WRWYCR were shown to possess antimicrobial activity against a variety of pathogenic bacteria, as well as bind to and cleave a variety of nucleic acids, suggesting potential mechanisms for antimicrobial activity that involve binding and/or irreversible cleavage of bacterial nucleic acids.
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