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doi:ten.1371/journal.pone.0080025.g(MIC) against four selected bacterial strains]. Larger values of TI correspond to greater prokaryotic selectivity.Length of hydrocarbon tailNext, to investigate the effect in the hydrocarbon tail length on antimicrobial activity, we decreased the length in the hydrocarbon tail from C-7 to C-3 (HDAMP-2). A modest lower (two- or fourfold) in the antimicrobial activity of HDAMP-2 was observed. Nonetheless, HDAMP-2 displayed a greater TI worth than HDAMP1 because HDAMP-2 was non-hemolytic even in the higher concentration of 256 mg/mL. This outcome suggests that the hemolytic activity (HC10 values) increased with an increase within the pendant alkyl tail length from C3 to C7 (Table 1, Figure S1).Structure-antimicrobial and hemolytic activities studiesCorrelation involving Trp/Arg-rich AMPs and HDAMPs. The MICs obtained for the (WR)3-NH2 (46 mg/mL) was reduced than that of LL-37, whereas the (WR)2-NH2, having two repeating WR units, showed an eight times decrease in antimicrobial activity; finally, the removal of one Trp unit in the (WR)2-NH2 (MIC:.64 mg/mL) at the N-terminal gave rise to a complete loss of antimicrobial activity. In contrast, all of the Trp/Arg-rich AMPs showed no hemolytic activity even at the highest concentration (256 mg/mL) tested. (Table 1, Figure two). According to the results described above, we designed and synthesized both tripeptide and tetrapeptide HDAMPs (ArgHis((CH2)7C6H5)2-Arg-NH2) and His((CH2)7C6H5)2-ArgHis((CH2)7C6H5)2-Arg-NH2) (Figure 2), and tested the antimicrobial activity. Our assay results showed that the tetrameric HDAMP didn't show any measurable antimicrobial activity at a concentration as higher as 200 mg/mL (Table 1), whereas the shorter tripeptide, HDAMP-1, displayed one of the most potent short HDAMPs reported to date, using the MIC value of around 24 mg/mL against the bacterial strains (Table 1). Surprisingly, the activity of HDAMP-1 against P. aeruginosa and S. epidermidis was four occasions higher than the highly potent Trp/Arg-rich (WR)3-NH2 peptide. While HDAMP-1 showed hemolytic activity, the TI (ten.3) was two occasions larger than the TI of LL-37 (4.7; Table 1).ChargeTo fully grasp the function of charge on HDAMPs in antimicrobial activity, we derived dipeptide HDAMP-3 by the N-terminal deletion of Arg and analyzed the antimicrobial activity. Encouragingly, dipeptide HDAMP-3 also displayed related activity against Gram-negative bacteria, and it was even more active against Gram-positive, S. aureus bacteria in comparison to tripeptide peptide, HDAMP-1 (Table 1). This indicates that the lipophilicity in the pendant alkyl tails on HDAMPs was crucial, and that the decreased cationic property resulting from the deletion of Arg at the N-terminus did not influence antimicrobial activity, but gave a two-fold reduce within the TI worth resulting from the enhanced hemolytic activity (Table 1, Figure S1).PLOS 1 www.plosone.orgDevelopment of Antimicrobial PeptidomimeticsFigure 2. When no detectable antimicrobial activity was observed in the maximum concentration (64 mg/mL), the worth of twice the maximum concentration (128 mg/mL) was made use of to calculate the therapeutic index. c HC10 may be the peptide concentration that induces ten hemolysis against human erythrocytes; in mg/mL; values in parentheses are in mM.Peptide synthesis.