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Alkaline protease aeruginolysin (APR) is an important virulence factor in the evasion of the immune system by Pseudomonas aeruginosa (P. aeruginosa). The P. aeruginosa genome also encodes the highly potent and specific APR peptide inhibitor (APRin). However, the structural reason for the significant inhibition has not been revealed. Using ab initio molecular simulations, we here investigated the specific interactions between APR and APRin to elucidate which amino acid residues of APRin and APRdoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-523800/v1 fatcat:ccrkfbstubevxomask2b6xod7m