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Side Chain Effect on Ion Channel Characters of Aib Rich Peptides

Trifluoroethanol may form a solvent matrix for assisted hydrophobic interactions between peptide side chains

Novel designs of single-chain MHC I/peptide complex for the magnetosome display system

Solid-phase synthesis and properties of chiral peptide nucleic acids bearing cationic side chains

Characterization of a transport activity for long-chain peptides in barley mesophyll vacuoles

Structural Analysis of Fibroin Heavy Chain Signal Peptide of Silkworm Bombyx mori

The path of the growing peptide chain through the 23S rRNA in the 50S ribosomal subunit; a comparative cross-linking study with three different peptide families

An altered invariant chain protein with an antigenic peptide in place of CLIP forms SDS-stable complexes with class II alphabeta dimers and facilitates highly efficient peptide loading.

Real-Time Quantitative Polymerase Chain Reaction Assessment of Immune Reactivity in Melanoma Patients After Tumor Peptide Vaccination

Chromogenic In Situ Hybridization Using Peptide Nucleic Acid Probes: A Promising Adjunct to Immunohistochemistry for Identifying Light Chain Restriction in Multiple Myeloma Patients

Engineering, characterization and phage display of hepatitis C virus NS3 protease and NS4A cofactor peptide as a single-chain protein.

Interactions of HLA-B27 with the peptide loading complex as revealed by heavy chain mutations

The functional role of class II-associated invariant chain peptide (CLIP) in its ability to variably modulate immune responses

A continuous central motif of invariant chain peptides, CLIP, is essential for binding to various I-A MHC class II molecules.

Solvent exposed side chains of peptides bound to HLA A*1101 have similar effects on the reactivity of alloantibodies and specific TCR

Induction of T cell responses to the invariant chain derived peptide CLIP in mice immunized with the group 1 allergen of house dust mite

The role of I-Ag7 beta chain in peptide binding and antigen recognition by T cells.

Peptide analogues of a T-cell epitope of ricin toxin A-chain prevent agonist-mediated human T-cell response


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any discrete linear sequence of amino‐acid residues linked by eupeptide bonds, especially in a larger molecular structure. See peptide bond.

Subjects: Chemistry.

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