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Default Dynamic Equilibria between Monomeric and OligomericMisfolded States of the Mammalian Prion Protein Measured by 19F NMR

Dynamic Equilibria between Monomeric and OligomericMisfolded States of the Mammalian Prion Protein Measured by 19F NMR

Sacha Thierry Larda, Karen Simonetti, M. Sameer Al-Abdul-Wahid, Simon Sharpe and R. Scott Prosser



Journal of the American Chemical Society
DOI: 10.1021/ja404584s




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