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Structure of cyclic peptides: the crystal and solution conformation of cyclo(Phe-Phe-Aib-Leu-Pro)

Zanotti, G. et al.

The journal of peptide research. VOL 51; NUMBER 6, ; 1998, 460-466 (pages 460-466) -- 1998

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Structural characterization of a neurotoxic threonine-rich peptide corresponding to the human prion protein a2-helical 180-195 segment, and comparison with full-length a2-helix-derived peptides

Ronga, L. et al.

Journal of peptide science. VOL 14; NUMBER 10, ; 2008, 1096-1102 -- John Wiley & Sons, Ltd (pages 1096-1102) -- 2008

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NMR Structure and CD Titration with Metal Cations of Human Prion alpha 2-Helix-Related Peptides

Ronga, L. et al.

Bioinorganic chemistry and applications. VOL 2007; PART 2, ; 2007, 10720 -- Freund Publishing House -- 2007

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Structural determinants of unexpected agonist activity in a retro-peptide analogue of the SDF-1α N-terminus

Palladino, P. et al.

FEBS letters. VOL 579; NUMB 24, ; 2005, 5293-5298 -- Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam. (pages 5293-5298) -- 2005

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Structural determinants of protein translocation in bacteria: conformational flexibility of SecA IRA1 loop region

Palladino, P. et al.

Journal of peptide science. VOL 17; NUMBER 4, ; 2011, 263-269 -- John Wiley & Sons, Ltd -- 2011

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SYNTHETIC ASTIN ANALOGUES KILL CELL BY AN APOPTOTIC MECHANISM

Cozzolino, R. et al.

Journal of peptide science.; International peptide symposium; and 28th European; Prague, 2004; Sep, 2004, P504 -- Wiley,; 2004 -- 2004

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New antitumoral cyclic astin analogues containing uncoded amino acid residues: synthesis, structural and biological studies

Zanotti, F. R. G. et al.

PEPTIDES -EUROPEAN SYMPOSIUM-.; European peptide symposium; Peptides 2002; Sorrento, Italy, 2002; Aug, 2002, 868-869 -- Napoli:; Edizioni Ziino,; c2002 Part: Part 27; (pages 868-869) -- 2002

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Influence of Conformational Flexibility on Biological Activity in Cyclic Astin Analogues

Saviano, G. et al.

Biopolymers. VOL 76; NUMB 6, ; 2004, 477-484 -- JOHN WILEY & SONS LTD (pages 477-484) -- 2004

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Experimental Evidence at Atomic Resolution for Intramolecular N-Hùùùã (Phenyl) Interactions in a Family of Amino Acid Derivatives

Crisma, M. et al.

Biopolymers. VOL 42; NUMBER 1, ; 1997, 1-6 -- JOHN WILEY & SONS LTD Part: Part 1; (pages 1-6) -- 1997

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Bioactive Peptides: Conformational Study of a Cystinyl Cycloheptapeptide in Its Free and Calcium Complexed Forms

Zanotti, G. et al.

Biopolymers. VOL 33; NUMBER 7, ; 1993, 1083 -- JOHN WILEY & SONS LTD Part: Part 7; -- 1993

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