Infoscience

Review

The membrane insertion of colicins

Pore-forming toxins, such as colicin A, are water-soluble proteins that insert into lipid bilayers. The water-soluble structure of Colicin A is known at a high resolution and this review describes the kinetic and structural steps involved in its soluble-to-membrane bound transformation

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    Author address: European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Heidelberg, Germany

    Reference

    • VDG-REVIEW-2009-003

    Record created on 2009-02-02, modified on 2016-08-08

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