proteinfoldingkinetics

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1 Single-Molecule Measurement of Protein Folding Kinetics Everett A. Lipman, 1 Benjamin Schuler, 1,2 Olgica Bakajin, 3 William A. Eaton, 1 Has been cited in 159 article(s) Published 29 August 2003
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2 Keywords Materials and Methods FRET What is Protein Folding Laminar Flow Csp Protein Microfluidic Mixer Data Analysis Discussion References OUTLINE
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3 Lipman, et al. have developed a technique that makes it possible to observe and measure the folding kinetics of proteins far from equilibrium, where partially folded protein conformations exist only briefly. They showed that their technique can expose unfolded and folded proteins that otherwise would be obscured. THe technique is based on FRET. Abstract
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4 Keywords Kinetics involves the studying of how molecules move. Determines how fast the molecules moves, bump into each other and how that results in chemical reactions. Cold Shock Protein (Csp) represent a widespread family of small proteins that contain conserved nucleic-acid- binding cold-shock domain (CSD). CSD harbors the nucleic
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