|... enzymes during aging (2). In addition,
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|... bonds. This provides unique information about
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|stability and folding that is not obtainable ...
|... a defined three-dimensional structure of the
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Noncovalent Forces Important to the Conformational Stability of Protein Structures
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|... that are thought to be associated with
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|... the same way, the quaternary interactions of
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|... The aim of
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|... high resolution is the starting point of any
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|engineering project, whether intended to ...
|... of these substances are known to stabilize
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|structure, others to destabilize it, whereas ...
|... a noncleavable signal present in the mature
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Targeting of Foreign Proteins to the Chloroplast
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|... plays a major role in the level of
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|... and often pivotal role in studies of
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|... are exquisitely sensitive to perturbations of
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|... with which one can, in principle, monitor
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|folding and stability at nearly every ...
|... cells from forming stable mating aggregates
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|... of choice to determine the energetics of
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|... understanding of the mechanisms of cellular
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|... the use of infrared spectroscopy to analyze
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|structure (1). ...
|... a gene and then express and study the altered
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Site-Directed Mutagenesis to Study Protein Folding and Stability
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|has provided a powerful experimental tool for ...
|... 50S subunits of ribosomes (4) and inhibiting
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|... to the glial-axon interface (2, 3). The
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|is thought to play a role in maintaining the ...
|... proteins, env (gp120, gp41), and the core
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|... replacement. Production of the recombinant
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|is achieved following infection of insect ...
|... However, it is essential that the expressed
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|... plants. The approach is usually applied to
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|transferred from electrophoretic separations ...