To Kill But Not Be Killed: Controlling the Activity of Mammalian Pore-Forming Proteins
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Pore-forming proteins (PFPs) are current in all domains of life, and play an essential function in host-pathogen warfare and within the elimination of cancers. They are often employed to ship particular effectors throughout membranes, to disrupt membrane integrity interfering with cell homeostasis, and to lyse membranes both destroying intracellular organelles or whole cells. Contemplating the
“To Kill But Not Be Killed: Controlling the Activity of Mammalian Pore-Forming Proteins”
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