The perturbations of the native state of goat alpha-lactalbumin induced by 1,1′-bis(4-anilino-5-naphthalenesulfonate) are Ca2+-dependent.

Citations & References

  • Authors: Vanderheeren G, Hanssens I, Noyelle K, Van Dael H, Joniau M
  • Journal: Biophys J (1998) 75:2195-2204
  • ID: PN31289
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9fea8de3d6571fa87307a48cbdb9f345_Citations

1-anilino-8-naphthalene sulfonate as a protein conformational tightening agent.

Citations & References

  • Authors: Matulis D, Baumann CG, Bloomfield VA, Lovrien RE
  • Journal: Biopolymers (1999) 49:451-458
  • ID: PN44362
Catalog #
57ea3f20b28beb898c7b3aa14d6973eb_Citations

8-anilino-1-naphthalene sulfonic acid (ANS) induces folding of acid unfolded cytochrome c to molten globule state as a result of electrostatic interactions.

Citations & References

  • Authors: Ali V, Prakash K, Kulkarni S, Ahmad A, Madhusudan KP, Bhakuni V
  • Journal: Biochemistry (1999) 38:13635-13642
  • ID: PN34672
Catalog #
f6a36d9f05e87834de22e52cb9507c9d_Citations

The binding of bis-ANS to the isolated GroEL apical domain fragment induces the formation of a folding intermediate with increased hydrophobic surface not observed in tetradecameric GroEL.

Citations & References

  • Authors: Smoot AL, Panda M, Brazil BT, Buckle AM, Fersht AR, Horowitz PM
  • Journal: Biochemistry (2001) 40:4484-4492
  • ID: PN44360
Catalog #
36c8d2b3e0a29251e74fab7bfe5931ab_Citations