volume 141, issue 1-2, P83-93 2006
DOI: 10.1016/j.chemphyslip.2006.02.023
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Abstract: Bacteriophage M13 major coat protein is extensively used as a biophysical, biochemical, and molecular biology reference system for studying membrane proteins. The protein has several elements that control its position and orientation in a lipid bilayer. The N-terminus is dominated by the presence of negatively charged amino acid residues (Glu2, Asp4, and Asp5), which will always try to extend into the aqueous phase and therefore act as a hydrophilic anchor. The amphipathic and the hydrophobic transmembrane par…

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