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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...
In biotherapeutic protein research, an estimation of the studied protein's thermal stability is one of the important steps that determine developability as a function of solvent conditions. Differential Scanning Fluorimetry (DSF) can be applied to me...
In biotherapeutic protein research, an estimation of the studied protein's thermal stability is one of the important steps that determine developability as a function of solvent conditions. Differential Scanning Fluorimetry (DSF) can be applied to me...
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...