antibacterial peptides

antibacterial peptides, natural bactericidal peptides produced in the body and skin and by neutrophils and natural killer cells.
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Also, Pse AAC concept has been usually used to predict several aspects of proteins including cyclins [28], risk type of human papillomaviruses [29], GABAA receptors [30], metalloproteinase family [31], antibacterial peptides [32] and allergenic Proteins [33].
Antibacterial peptides from pig intestine: isolation of a mammalian cecropin.
2004), antibacterial peptides produced by microorganisms (Guliani et al.
Recently, closely similar antibacterial peptides, named crustins, have been described in L.
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Toward this end, Canadian researchers have discovered new antibacterial peptides from the enzymatic hydrolysis of lysozyme.
epidermidis; it protected organisms against phagocytosis by neutrophils, antibacterial peptides from human skin, and neutrophil granula.
Controlling gene expression in skin-graft cells could lead to production of immunosuppressive agents to reduce host rejection, enhanced water retention by altering membrane composition, and provide expression of antibacterial peptides and proteins to prevent infection.
Leiden, The Netherlands; 31 071 5247 432) has licensed its technology with respect to small antibacterial peptides to AM-Pharma (Leiden, The Netherlands; 31 071 5210 760), a recently established company focusing on novel antimicrobial products.
Zasloff suspects that magainins may be the vertebrate counterpart of cecropins, 37-amino-acid-long antibacterial peptides found circulating in insects such as the Cecropia moth, which lacks both lymphocytes and antibodies.
Is significantly more effective than positively charged antibacterial peptides (LL-37) against a multidrug resistant strain of Pseudomonas aeuroginosa;
Scientists at Canada's University of Guelph have discovered new antibacterial peptides that result from the enzymatic hydrolysis of lysozyme.