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Unformatted text preview: This is often referred to as hydrophobic bonding although it is not bonding but merely an exclusionary force. This force, however, is one of the major driving factors in the initial stages of protein folding. • The water molecules adjacent to hydrophobic domains form icelike cages that surround the hydrophobic region ( Fig. A. )....
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