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. Dans-ce-but, nous avons utilisé un modèle simplifié du système protéique à étudier. Malgré cette simplification, des résultats intéressants ont été obtenus

. Parallèlement, des essais de cristallisation de peptides analogues de la chémokine SDF-1 ont été menés en présence de peptides