• Aerolysin

    Screenshot s of a typical channel forming aerolysin activity assay with the Orbit 16.

Aerolysin

Family:
Pore-forming Toxins

Description:
Aerolysin is a cytolytic pore-forming toxin exported by Aeromonas hydrophila, a Gram-negative bacterium.

Topology:
The mature protein forms a heptamer.

Function:
The mature toxin binds to eukaryotic cells and aggregates to form holes (approximately 3 nm in diameter) leading to the destruction of the membrane permeability barrier and osmotic lysis.

Posters

Publications

2019 - A comparison of ion channel current blockades caused by individual poly(ethylene glycol) molecules and polyoxometalate nanoclusters

Icon Orbit   Orbit 16 publication in The European Physical Journal E (2019)

Authors:
Wang H., Kasianowicz J.J., Robertson J.W.F., Poster D.L., Ettedgui J.

2018 - Size-dependent interaction of a 3-arm star poly(ethylene glycol) with two biological nanopores

Icon Orbit   Orbit 16 publication in The European Physical Journal E (2018)

Authors:
Talarimoghari M., Baaken G., Hanselmann R., Behrends J.C.

2016 - Probing driving forces in aerolysin and α-hemolysin biological nanopores: electrophoresis versus electroosmosis

Icon Orbit  Orbit 16 publication in Nanoscale (2016)

Authors:
Boukhet M., Piguet F., Ouldali H., Pastoriza-Gallego M., Pelta J., Oukhaled A.

2015 - High-Resolution Size-Discrimination of Single Nonionic Synthetic Polymers with a Highly Charged Biological Nanopore

Icon Orbit  Orbit 16 and   icon vpp   Vesicle Prep Pro publication in American Chemical Society Nano (2015)

Authors: 
Baaken G., Halimeh I., Bacri, Pelta J., Oukhaled A., Behrends J.C.

 

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