The secondary structure of compounds 1 to 5 (0.1 mg/ml in PBS) was analyzed by CD. Spectra were tested with the following parameters: 5-nm bandwidth; scan rate, 50 nm/min; response time, 2 s; and 1-nm intervals over the wavelength range of 195 to 260 nm in a nitrogen atmosphere. Reported data are the mean of six accumulations. Mean residue molar ellipticity (deg∙cm2∙dmol−1) was calculated using the formula [θ] = mdeg/(l × c × n) * 1000, where l is the path length (0.1 cm), c is the peptide concentration (millimolar), and n is the number of residues in the peptide.

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