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  • Pharmacological inactivation of the prion protein by targeting a folding intermediate 

    Spagnolli, Giovanni; Massignan, Tania; Astolfi, Andrea; Biggi, Silvia; Rigoli, Marta; Brunelli, Paolo; Libergoli, Michela; Ianeselli, Alan; Orioli, Simone; Boldrini, Alberto; Terruzzi, Luca; Bonaldo, Valerio; Maietta, Giulia; López Lorenzo, Nuria; Fernández Flores, Leticia Camila; Bugallo Codeseira, Yaiza; Tosatto, Laura; Linsenmeier, Luise; Vignoli, Beatrice; Petris, Gianluca; Gasparotto, Dino; Pennuto, Maria; Guella, Graziano; Canossa, Marco; Altmeppen, Hermann C.; Lolli, Graziano; Biressi, Stefano; Martín Pastor, Manuel; Rodríguez Requena, Jesús; Mancini, Ines; Barreca, Maria L.; Faccioli, Pietro; Biasini, Emiliano (Springer Nature, 2021)
    Recent computational advancements in the simulation of biochemical processes allow investigating the mechanisms involved in protein regulation with realistic physics-based models, at an atomistic level of resolution. These ...
  • Mechanism of interaction between hydroxypropyl cellulose and water in aqueous solutions: Importance of polymer chain length 

    Martín Pastor, Manuel; Stoyanov, Edmont (Wiley, 2020)
    The utilization of hydroxypropyl cellulose (HPC) can be regarded as unexpected with regard to certain applications, such as being employed as a solubility enhancer for poorly soluble drugs and as a solubilizing agent for ...
  • Structure of the Receptor-Binding Carboxy-Terminal Domain of the Bacteriophage T5 L-Shaped Tail Fibre with and without Its Intra-Molecular Chaperone 

    García Doval, Carmela; Castón, José R.; Luque, Daniel; Granell, Meritxell; Otero Casas, José Manuel; Llamas Saiz, Antonio Luis; Renouard, Madalena; Boulanger, Pascale; Raaij, Mark J. van (MDPI, 2015)
    Bacteriophage T5, a Siphovirus belonging to the order Caudovirales, has a flexible, three-fold symmetric tail, to which three L-shaped fibres are attached. These fibres recognize oligo-mannose units on the bacterial cell ...





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