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Coil Dimensions Of The Mussel Adhesive Protein Mefp-1.

S. Haemers, M. C. van der Leeden, G. Frens
Published 2005 · Materials Science, Medicine

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To obtain a better understanding of factors controlling cross-linking rates of Mussel adhesive proteins, we study the conformation of the Mussel Adhesive Protein Mefp-1. The dimensions of Mefp-1 in solution are determined by dynamic light scattering. Under physiological conditions, the hydrodynamic radius RH of Mefp-1 is found to be 10.5+/-1.1 nm. Measured Mefp-1 dimensions are compared with theoretical dimensions of Mefp-1 in random coil conformations. We have strong indications that Mefp-1, under dilute and physiological conditions, has a self-avoiding random walk conformation with helix-like deca-peptide segments. With a number of segments of approximately 90, the segment length is found to be 2.7 nm.
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