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hydrophobic residue


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hydrophobic residue

A simple approach for protein structure discrimination based on the network pattern of conserved hydrophobic residues

Requirement for hydrophobic Phe residues in Pleurotus ostreatus proteinase A inhibitor 1 for stable inhibition

FtsH Recognizes Proteins with Unfolded Structure and Hydrolyzes the Carboxyl Side of Hydrophobic Residues

Synthesis of a squash-type protease inhibitor by gene engineering and effects of replacements of conserved hydrophobic amino acid residues on its inhibitory activity

Molecular modeling of immunoglobulin light chains implicates hydrophobic residues in non-amyloid light chain deposition disease.

Reduction of membrane protein hydrophobicity by site-directed mutagenesis: introduction of multiple polar residues in helix D of bacteriorhodopsin.

Identification of two new hydrophobic residues on basic fibroblast growth factor important for fibroblast growth factor receptor binding.

The recognition of γδ TCR to protein antigen does not depend on the hydrophobic I97 residue of CDR3δ

The Effects of the Side Chains of Hydrophobic Aliphatic Amino Acid Residues in an Amphipathic Polypeptide on the Formation of α Helix and Its Association

Structural and Functional Changes in Bovine Pancreatic Ribonuclease A by the Replacement of Phel20 with Other Hydrophobic Residues

The relative positions of alanine residues in the hydrophobic core control the formation of two-stranded or four-stranded α-helical coiled-coils

How can free energy component analysis explain the difference in protein stability caused by amino acid substitutions? Effect of three hydrophobic mutations at the 56th residue on the stability of human lysozyme

The Steady-State Kinetics of the Enzyme Reaction Tested by Site-Directed Mutagenesis of Hydrophobic Residues (Val, Leu, and Cys) in the C-Terminal α-Helix of Human Adenylate Kinase

The Induction of Metachromasia and Circular Dichroism of Coomassie Brilliant Blue R-250 with Collagen and Histone H1 Is Due to the Low Content of Hydrophobic Amino Acid Residues in These Proteins

 

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Any building block of a polymer, the residue of which in that polymer is hydrophobic. The term is applied especially to amino‐acid residues exhibiting such properties in polypeptides (e.g., valine, leucine, phenylalanine).

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