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Figure 3 | Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases

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From: Identification of two novel cytolysins from the hydrozoan Olindias sambaquiensis (Cnidaria)

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Aminoacid sequences, mass spectrometry and CD spectra results of Oshem 1 and Oshem 2. (a) Complete amino acid sequences of oshem 1 and oshem 2 are compared with other hemolytic and cytolysin isolates from Urticina piscivora (Up), Heteractis magnifica (magnificalysin I, magnificalysin II and magnificalysin III) and Metridum senile (Ms). (b) Mass spectrometry results of oshem 1 and oshem 2 with respective molecular masses of 3.013 kDa and 3.375 kDa. (c) CD spectra of oshem 1 and oshem 2 in the wavelength range of 185–300 nm were acquired in-house with a J720 spectropolarimeter (Jasco Corp., Japan) using a bandwidth of 1 nm and a response time of 1 s.

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