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Sticholysins are pore-forming toxins produced by sea anemones that are members of the actinoporin family. They exert their activity by forming pores on membranes, provided they have sphingomyelin. To assemble into pores, specific recognition, binding, and oligomerization are required. While recognition and binding have been extensively studied, delving into the oligomerization process and the stoichiometry of...

 

 

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