Feb 26, 2011

Chemical dissection of protein translocation through the anthrax toxin pore

Angewandte Chemie
Brad L PenteluteR J Collier

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Cricetulus
Anthrax protective antigen
Molecular Stereochemistry
Cysteic Acid
Bacterial Toxins
Anthrax Disease
Tertiary Protein Structure
Chinese Hamster Ovary Cell
Antigens, Bacterial
Protein Targeting

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