Solution Structure of a Recombinant Type I Sculpin Antifreeze Protein
We have determined the solution structure of rSS3, a recombinant form of the type I shorthorn sculpin antifreeze protein (AFP), at 278 and 268 K. This AFP contains an unusual sequence of N-terminal residues, together with two of the 11-residue repeats that are characteristic of the type I winter flounder AFP. The solution conformation of the N-terminal region of the sculpin AFP has been assumed to be the critical factor that results in recognition of different ice planes by the sculpin and...[Show more]
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