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Concept Amino Acids, Basic
Concept Amino Acids
Concept Amino Acids, Acidic
Academic Article Sequence context strongly modulates association of polar residues in transmembrane helices.
Academic Article Missense mutations in transmembrane domains of proteins: phenotypic propensity of polar residues for human disease.
Academic Article Non-native interhelical hydrogen bonds in the cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator domain modulated by polar mutations.
Academic Article Positions of polar amino acids alter interactions between transmembrane segments and detergents.
Academic Article 13C NMR relaxation studies of complexes between cyclo(L-Pro-Gly)3 and amino acids. Conformational aspects of stepwise binding.
Academic Article Cyclic peptides. 17. Metal and amino acid complexes of cyclo(pro-gly)4 and analogues studied by nuclear magnetic resonance and circular dichroism.
Academic Article Structural basis for misfolding at a disease phenotypic position in CFTR: comparison of TM3/4 helix-loop-helix constructs with TM4 peptides.
Academic Article Effects of a polar amino acid substitution on helix formation and aggregate size along the detergent-induced peptide folding pathway.
Academic Article Hydrophobic Clusters Raise the Threshold Hydrophilicity for Insertion of Transmembrane Sequences in Vivo.
Academic Article Method to generate highly stable D-amino acid analogs of bioactive helical peptides using a mirror image of the entire PDB.
Academic Article Letter: Amino acid-cyclic peptide complexes.
Academic Article Peptides in membranes: helicity and hydrophobicity.
Academic Article A measure of helical propensity for amino acids in membrane environments.
Academic Article A measure of helical propensity for amino acids in membrane environments.
Academic Article Transmembrane aromatic amino acid distribution in P-glycoprotein. A functional role in broad substrate specificity.
Academic Article Non-random distribution of amino acids in the transmembrane segments of human type I single span membrane proteins.
Academic Article Uncoupling hydrophobicity and helicity in transmembrane segments. Alpha-helical propensities of the amino acids in non-polar environments.
Academic Article Combining hydrophobicity and helicity: a novel approach to membrane protein structure prediction.

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