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Plectasin is a small, cysteine-rich peptide antibiotic which belongs to the class of antimicrobial peptides and has potential antibacterial activity against various Gram-positive bacteria. In the current study, the effect of pH and ionic strength (Na...
Plectasin is a small, cysteine-rich peptide antibiotic which belongs to the class of antimicrobial peptides and has potential antibacterial activity against various Gram-positive bacteria. In the current study, the effect of pH and ionic strength (Na...
Plectasin is a small, cysteine-rich peptide antibiotic which belongs to the class of antimicrobial peptides and has potential antibacterial activity against various Gram-positive bacteria. In the current study, the effect of pH and ionic strength (Na...
Plectasin is a small, cysteine-rich peptide antibiotic which belongs to the class of antimicrobial peptides and has potential antibacterial activity against various Gram-positive bacteria. In the current study, the effect of pH and ionic strength (Na...
Bacterial phosphoinositide-specific phospholipases C (PI-PLCs) are the smallest members of the PI-PLC family, which includes much larger mammalian enzymes responsible for signal transduction as well as enzymes from protozoan parasites, yeast and plan...
Plectasin is a small, cysteine-rich peptide antibiotic which belongs to the class of antimicrobial peptides and has potential antibacterial activity against various Gram-positive bacteria. In the current study, the effect of pH and ionic strength (Na...
Bacterial phosphoinositide-specific phospholipases C (PI-PLCs) are the smallest members of the PI-PLC family, which includes much larger mammalian enzymes responsible for signal transduction as well as enzymes from protozoan parasites, yeast and plan...
Bacterial phosphoinositide-specific phospholipases C (PI-PLCs) are the smallest members of the PI-PLC family, which includes much larger mammalian enzymes responsible for signal transduction as well as enzymes from protozoan parasites, yeast and plan...