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Anatomical context of AIDS003573

  • The chemical composition of the deproteinized, delipidated cell walls of five strains of BCG and of an attenuated human strain of Mycobacterium tuberculosis has been established, with special focus on their poly-L-glutamic acid content [2].
  • Examined are (1) our thermal unfolding data for rabbit alpha alpha-tropomyosin and chicken gizzard gamma gamma-tropomyosin coiled coils, and for a 35-residue, tropomyosin-model peptide that forms single helices, not coiled coils; (2) extent pH-induced unfolding data for 50- and 400-residue poly-L-glutamic acid [14].

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