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Oligomerization of the OBD domain is induced by the interdomain linker.

By Francisco Zarate-Perez (319391), Martino Bardelli (319392), John W. Burgner II (319393), Maria Villamil-Jarauta (319394), Kanni Das (319395), Demet Kekilli (319396), Jorge Mansilla-Soto (262628), R. Michael Linden (18009) and Carlos R. Escalante (262635)

Abstract

<p>(A) Sedimentation profile of the OBD (residues 1–208) at two different protein concentrations (23 and 46 µM). (B) Sedimentation profile of OBD-linker (residues 1–224) shows monomers and dimers sedimenting at ∼1.8S and ∼2.9S respectively. Sedimentation velocity experiments were run at 40000 rpm and 20°C. Data was collected using the interference system.</p

Topics: Biophysics, Biochemistry, Biological Sciences, Virology, obd, induced, interdomain
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.ppat.1002764.g007
OAI identifier: oai:figshare.com:article/294608
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