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Increasing interest in AMPs means that new peptides (natural and synthetic) are discovered faster than ever before. ... We describe herein a new version of the Database of Antimicrobial Activity and Structure of Peptides (DBAASPv.2, which is freely accessible at http://dbaasp.org). ... Currently, DBAASP v.2 serves as a repository of the information necessary for the study of structure/activity relationships. ...doi:10.1093/nar/gkw243 pmid:27060142 pmcid:PMC4994862 fatcat:rwvtrepkobdl7fdrjofjpayx2u
This section provides an overview of the potential 21 uses of AMPs from Malaysian amphibians, other than their anti-bacterial and anti-22 fungal properties. ... review focuses on the current status of research works and the different approaches 18 applied to stimulate and collect amphibian secretions, extract and identify peptides, and 19 conduct antimicrobial ... DBAASP 586 v.2: an Enhanced Database of Structure and Antimicrobial/Cytotoxic Activity of 587 Natural and Synthetic Peptides. ...doi:10.3906/zoo-2011-8 fatcat:e2nazknx7rc7xeipz3lq7a7uoy