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Influence of the chirality of short peptide supramolecular hydrogels in protein crystallogenesis

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Abstract

For the first time the influence of the chirality of the gel fibers in protein crystallogenesis has been studied. Enantiomeric hydrogels 1 and 2 were tested with model proteins lysozyme and glucose isomerase and a formamidase extracted from B. cereus. Crystallization behaviour and crystal quality of these proteins in both hydrogels are presented and compared.

Graphical abstract: Influence of the chirality of short peptide supramolecular hydrogels in protein crystallogenesis

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Submitted
12 Nov 2014
Accepted
23 Jan 2015
First published
29 Jan 2015

This article is Open Access

Chem. Commun., 2015,51, 3862-3865
Article type
Communication
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Influence of the chirality of short peptide supramolecular hydrogels in protein crystallogenesis

M. Conejero-Muriel, J. A. Gavira, E. Pineda-Molina, A. Belsom, M. Bradley, M. Moral, J. D. D. G. Durán, A. Luque González, J. J. Díaz-Mochón, R. Contreras-Montoya, Á. Martínez-Peragón, J. M. Cuerva and L. Álvarez de Cienfuegos, Chem. Commun., 2015, 51, 3862
DOI: 10.1039/C4CC09024A

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