volume 132, issue 1, P133-144 2004
DOI: 10.1016/j.chemphyslip.2004.09.018
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Abstract: Dipolar waves are distinct hallmarks of both the secondary and tertiary structures of alpha-helical proteins that are immobilized in membrane bilayers or embedded in anisotropic media. We present a simple, semi-empirical approach that exploits the modulation of the amplitude and average of dipolar waves to determine the topology of alpha-helical proteins. Moreover, we describe the application of this method for the structural determination of a detergent solubilized membrane protein, phospholamban (PLB) that i…

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