Prof. Kristaps Jaudzems group (IOS) and researchers from Karolinska Institute (Sweeden), Latvian Biomedical Research and Study Centre (Latvia) and company “ZoBio” (The Netherlands) have published their latest study on the dimerization mechanism of the N-terminal domain of spider silk proteins. It is available in the Journal of Biological Chemistry (IF = 5.157) as Open Access article.
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Sarr, M., Kitoka, K., Walsh-White, K-A., Kaldmäe, M., Metlāns, R., Tārs, K., Mantese, A., Shah, D., Landreh, M., Rising, A., Johansson, J., Jaudzems, K.*, Kronqvist, N.*
The dimerization mechanism of the N-terminal domain of spider silk proteins is conserved despite extensive sequence divergence.
JBC 2022, 298(5), 101913. DOI: 10.1016/j.jbc.2022.101913