Binding site locations and interaction of the isolated middle loop of snake neurotoxin I with muscle type nicotinic acetylcholine receptor: molecular dynamics and docking simulation study

Nasiripourdori, Adak; Ranjbar, Bijan; Naderi-manesh, Hossein
January 2007
BMC Systems Biology;2007 Supplement 1, Vol. 1, pP73
Academic Journal
An abstract of the article "Binding site locations and interaction of the isolated middle loop of snake neurotoxin I with muscle type nicotinic acetylcholine receptor: molecular dynamics and docking simulation study," by Adak Nasiripourdori, Bijan Ranjbar and Hossein Naderi-Manesh is presented.


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