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Fig. 2 | Particle and Fibre Toxicology

Fig. 2

From: Toxicity of graphene-family nanoparticles: a general review of the origins and mechanisms

Fig. 2

A representative trajectory of HP35 adsorbing onto the graphene. (a) Representative snapshots at various time points. The proteins are shown in cartoons with red helix and green loop, and the graphene is shown in wheat. The aromatic residues that form the π-π stacking interactions are shown in blue, others are shown in green. (b) The contacting surface area of HP35 with the graphene. (c) The RMSD of HP35 from its native structure and the number of residues in the α-helix structure. Here, the secondary structures are determined by the DSSP program. (d) The distance between the graphene and the aromatic residues, including F35, W23, F10, F17, and F06. To show the adsorbing process clearer, the χ-axis had been truncated and rescaled. [41] Copyright (2011), with permission from Journal of Physical of Chemistry

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