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The design of a new truncated and engineered alpha1-antitrypsin based on theoretical studies: an antiprotease therapeutics for pulmonary diseases.
(2013) Theor Biol Med Model 10
PubMed: 23705923 | PubMedCentral: PMC3698207 | DOI: 10.1186/1742-4682-10-36
Figure 1 RMSD value of the backbone atoms of each α1AT structures in respect to the reference structure (α1AT5, blue) during 10 ns total simulation time.
Table 4 Docking energy of α1AT structures and neutrophil elastase Structure Energy value α1AT1-Neutrophil Elastase Interaction −41.03 Kcal/mol α1AT2-Neutrophil Elastase Interaction − 46.42 Kcal/mol α1AT3-Neutrophil Elastase Interaction − 40.37 Kcal/mol α1AT4-Neutrophil Elastase Interaction − 41.93 Kcal/mol α1AT5-Neutrophil Elastas Interaction − 41.72 Kcal/mol Experimental studies Integration analysis Ten zeocin-resistant colonies of each α1AT structures were selected.
Figure 2 Radius of gyration as a function of time with respect to the starting structures during the MD simulations is shown for each α1AT structures in respect to the reference structure (α1AT5, blue).
Figure 3 Plots of total energy versus time over the molecular dynamics trajectory for each α1AT structures in comparison to the reference structure (α1AT5, blue).
Figure 5 Root mean square fluctuation (RMSF) as a function of residue number for α1AT structures in respect to the reference structure (α1AT5, blue).
Publication Year: 2013
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