stugerNOstSPAM at cellbiology.uni-frankfurt.de.invalid
Mon May 22 13:32:21 EST 2000
it's hard to tell if it will work without more info.
does your 10-12 aa motif contains lots of hydrophobic amino
acids? if so, forget it. your peptide will not dissolve.
Is there a crystal structure of your protein available? or did
you try to model a structure?
You gotta know if the 10-12 part of the protein folds into
a-helices or b-sheets and then see if your peptide can do the
If after all this making a peptide sounds promising, do it. Even
if the peptide does not work, you can use it for making an
antibody which may work. Shoot twice, pay once.
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