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Low Resolution Solution Structure of Hamlet and the Importance of Its Alpha-domains in Tumoricidal Activity

Authors: James Ho CS, Anna Rydstrom, Malathy Sony Subramanian Manimekala, Catharina Svanborg, Gerhard Grüber

Journal: PLOS ONE (2012)

Institution: Lund Unviersity

Research Areas: Cancer research

Cell Lines: A549 (Human lung carcinoma cells)

Summary: Peptides covering the alpha1 and alpha2 domains of the protein triggered rapid ion fluxes in the presence of sodium oleate and were internalized by tumor cells, causing rapid and sustained changes in cell morphology. The alpha peptide-oleate bound forms also triggered tumor cell death with comparable efficiency as HAMLET. In addition, shorter peptides corresponding to those domains are biologically active.

Keywords: HoloMonitor M3, cell morphplogy, Oleates, Crystal structure, Lung and intrathoracic tumors, Oleic acid, Small-angle scattering, Carcinoma, Cell death, Protein structure, Action of HAMLET

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