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Magnificalysin

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Pore-forming protein that forms cations-selective hydrophilic pores of around 1 nm and causes cytolysis and hemolysis. Pore formation is a multi-step process that involves specific recognition of membrane sphingomyelin (but neither cholesterol nor phosphatidylcholine) using aromatic rich region and adjacent phosphocholine (POC) binding site, firm binding to the membrane (mainly driven by hydrophobic interactions) accompanied by the transfer of the N-terminal region to the lipid-water interface and finally pore formation after oligomerization of several monomers.

Below are the list of possible Magnificalysin products. If you cannot find the target and/or product is not available in our catalog, please click here to contact us and request the product or submit your request for custom elisa kit production, custom recombinant protein production or custom antibody production. Custom ELISA Kits, Recombinant Proteins and Antibodies can be designed, manufactured and produced according to the researcher's specifications.
 

Magnificalysin I

 Magnificalysin I ELISA Kit
 Magnificalysin I Recombinant
 Magnificalysin I Antibody
Also known as Magnificalysin I (HMg I) (Cytolysin I) (DELTA-stichotoxin).
Pore-forming protein that forms cations-selective hydrophilic pores of around 1 nm and causes cytolysis and hemolysis. Pore
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formation is a multi-step process that involves specific recognition of membrane sphingomyelin (but neither cholesterol nor phosphatidylcholine) using aromatic rich region and adjacent phosphocholine (POC) binding site, firm binding to the membrane (mainly driven by hydrophobic interactions) accompanied by the transfer of the N-terminal region to the lipid-water interface and finally pore formation after oligomerization of several monomers.
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Magnificalysin II

 Magnificalysin II ELISA Kit
 Magnificalysin II Recombinant
 Magnificalysin II Antibody
Also known as Magnificalysin II (HMg II) (Cytolysin II) (DELTA-stichotoxin).
Pore-forming protein that forms cations-selective hydrophilic pores of around 1 nm and causes cytolysis. Pore formation
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is a multi-step process that involves specific recognition of membrane sphingomyelin (but neither cholesterol nor phosphatidylcholine) using aromatic rich region and adjacent phosphocholine (POC) binding site, firm binding to the membrane (mainly driven by hydrophobic interactions) accompanied by the transfer of the N-terminal region to the lipid-water interface and finally pore formation after oligomerization of several monomers.
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