What does CAP stand for?
CAP stands for Cationic antibacterial proteins
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In this study we evaluated the LPS-neutralizing activities of cathelicidin peptides human CAP18 (cationic antibacterial proteins of 18 kDa)...
OmpU also conferred resistance to polymyxin B sulfate, suggesting that this porin may impart resistance to cationic antibacterial proteins via a common mechanism.
A study of the cationic antibacterial proteins produced by Saccharomyces cerevisiae strain R-107 / on ResearchGate, the professional network for scientists.
activities of cathelicidin peptides human CAP18 (cationic antibacterial proteins of 18 kDa) and guinea pig CAP11 using the CD14
of multi-drug resistant bacteria has demanded the development of novel antibacterial agents. 1 A large number of cationic antibacterial proteins and peptides...
Lipopolysaccharide-Inhibitory Activity MICHIMASAHIRATA,I* YUKOSHIMOMURA,1 MASAOYOSHIDA,1 JOHNG. MORGAN,2; Cationic antibacterial proteins (CAP)...
Engbers GHM, Meyvis TKL, et al. Combined gelatin-chondroitin sulfate hydrogels for controlled release of cationic antibacterial proteins. Macromolecules (0)