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Copyright (1983) American Chemical Society. 2 philic address (-Leu-Arg-Arg-Ile-Arg-Pro-Lys-Leu-Lys) (Gysin and Schwyzer, 1983). Experiments with A C T H j _ indicated that the N-terminal decapeptide unit enters lipid bilayers, where it assumes an α-helical conformation, while the hydrophilic C-terminal tetradecapeptide remains on the polar interface as an irregular structure, with peptide bonds oriented perpendicularly to the bilayer (Gremlich et al, 1983, 1984; Gysin and Schwyzer, 1984). Similar phenomena may be involved in the binding of specific peptides by calmodulin.
1977) and 1-106 but not with 1-90 and 107-148 (Walsh et al, 1977). None of the known calmodulin fragments appears to affect the activity of calcineurin. , 1981). —to activate Phosphorylase kinase by stimulating autophosphorylation (Malencik and Fischer, 1982). We also find that fragment 7 2 - 1 4 8 is a weak inhibitor of smooth muscle myosin light chain kinase. , 1984). , 1983). , 1984). This result may apply to peptides as well since Giedroc et al. (1983a) covalently cross-linked up to 2 mol ß-endorphin/mol calmodulin.
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