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The investigation of amphiphilic peptides V6K2, V6K3 and peptide mixture systems

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The investigation of amphiphilic peptides V<sub>6</sub>K<sub>2</sub>, V<sub>6</sub>K<sub>3</sub> and peptide mixture systems
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Lu
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Chien Yu
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1993-
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Chien Yu Lu
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Meenakshi
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Meenakshi Dutt
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chair
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Olson
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Wilma
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Wilma Olson
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internal member
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Hara
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Masanori
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Masanori Hara
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Rutgers University
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School of Graduate Studies
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Peptide self-assembly is a wide disciplinary study. There are 20 amino acids that provide miscellaneous combinations of peptide which based on different amino acid sequences. Different amino acid sequences peptides can self-assemble into different supramolecular nanostructures via self-assembly process. These nanostructures can be applied to many fields such as tissue engineering, drug delivery and electronic industry. There are many types of research have been focused on amphiphilic peptides mainly based on experimental studies. The goal of this study is to investigate two amphiphilic peptides: V6K2 (valine-valine-valine-valine-valine-valine-lysine-lysine), V6K3(valine-valine-valine-valine-valine-valine-lysine-lysine-lysine) and their mixture systems based on Molecular Dynamics Study. The mixture systems of these two peptides provide the in-depth scope of the physical, chemical and thermodynamic properties of the peptide system.
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Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
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Amphiphiles
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Lu
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Chien Yu
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2020-08-01
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