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Expanding the molecular recognition repertoire of antifreeze polypeptides: effects on nucleoside crystal growth

Wang, Sen and Wen, Xin and Nikolovski, Pavle and Juwita, Vonny and Arifin, Josh Fnu (2012) Expanding the molecular recognition repertoire of antifreeze polypeptides: effects on nucleoside crystal growth. Chemical Communications, 48 (94). pp. 11555-11557. ISSN 1359-7345. PMCID PMC3501450. doi:10.1039/C2CC36264C. https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20121206-101127642

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Abstract

Despite differences in the crystal structures of ice and nucleosides, antifreeze polypeptides (AFPs) have been demonstrated to inhibit nucleation of 5-methyluridine, cytidine, and inosine and modify the crystal growth of the nucleosides efficiently. The molecular recognition repertoire of AFPs has been expanded to non-ice-like crystalline solids.


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Additional Information:© 2012 Royal Society of Chemistry. Received 28 Aug 2012, Accepted 15 Oct 2012; first published on the web 15 Oct 2012. The authors thank Prof. John Duman at University of Notre Dame for cDNA of DAFP-1; Dr Michael Day and Mr Larry Henling for X-ray crystallographic structural determination and Prof. Mark Davis and Mr Mark Deimund for PXRD instrument at California Institute of Technology. XW acknowledges support by NIH (GM086249) and Research Corporation (CC10492).
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