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Default HighPressure ZZ-Exchange NMR Reveals Key Featuresof Protein Folding Transition States

HighPressure ZZ-Exchange NMR Reveals Key Featuresof Protein Folding Transition States

Yi Zhang, Soichiro Kitazawa, Ivan Peran, Natalie Stenzoski, Scott A. McCallum, Daniel P. Raleigh and Catherine A. Royer



Journal of the American Chemical Society
DOI: 10.1021/jacs.6b09887




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