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Default General Characterization of Properties of Ordered and Disordered Proteins by Wide-Line (1)H NMR

General Characterization of Properties of Ordered and Disordered Proteins by Wide-Line (1)H NMR

Wide-line šH NMR is an efficient spectroscopic method to determine the disorder tendency of a protein. It directly measures the properties of the hydration shell of proteins, delivering exact and measurable values of their disorder/order content. A comparison is performed between several globular and disordered proteins. The common properties of the subzero mobile hydration water of these two groups were investigated. The amount of the mobile hydration water and the shape of the melting diagram...

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