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NANOTUBES formed from cyclic peptides (PEPTIDES, CYCLIC). Alternating D and L linkages create planar rings that self assemble by stacking into nanotubes. They can form pores through CELL MEMBRANE causing damage to cells.
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Peptide-based inhibitors of amyloid assembly. Methods Enzymol. 2006; 413:273-312.