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Biophysical Properties and Cytotoxicity of Feruloylated Helix Lucorum Hemocyanin
Acta Chimica Slovenica
For the first time Helix lucorum hemocyanin (HlH) has been feruloylated. Two HlH conjugates with 40-and 120-ferulic acid residues were prepared, denoted as FA-HlH-1 and FA-HlH-2. Expectedly, the feruloylation of HlH induced a rearrangement of the protein molecule, a decrease in the α-helical structure at the expense of β-structures was observed. Besides, the FA-HlH conjugates were more prone to aggregation, which is probably due to the stabilization of the partially unfolded protein moleculesdoi:10.17344/acsi.2019.5400 fatcat:nughysjkvra5tmnb43nhb4vt3u