Model peptide studies of Ag + binding sites from the silver resistance protein SilE

Abstract : Using model peptides, each of the nine MX2H or HXnM (n = 1, 2) motifs of the silver resistance protein SilE has been shown to coordinate to one Ag+ ion by its histidine and methionine residues with K-d in the mu M range. This suggests an Ag+ buffering role for SilE in the case of high Ag+ overload.
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V. Chabert, Maggy Hologne, O. Sénéque, A. Crochet, Olivier Walker, et al.. Model peptide studies of Ag + binding sites from the silver resistance protein SilE. Chemical Communications, Royal Society of Chemistry, 2017, 53 (45), pp.6105 - 6108. ⟨10.1039/c7cc02630g⟩. ⟨hal-01546472⟩

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