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Into the fold: Sensitivity-enhanced NMR

Researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology have used sensitivity-enhanced nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy to analyse the structure that a yeast protein forms as it interacts with other proteins in a cell opening up new insights into protein folding and misfolding.

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