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Default The hydration of proteins in solutions by self-diffusion coefficients. NMR study.

The hydration of proteins in solutions by self-diffusion coefficients. NMR study.

Related Articles The hydration of proteins in solutions by self-diffusion coefficients. NMR study.

Biochim Biophys Acta. 1996 Apr 17;1289(3):312-4

Authors: Baranowska HM, Olszewski KJ

The hydration of the globular (lysozyme, albumin) and fibrillar (fibrinogen) proteins in solution has been determined from the measurements of the self-diffusion coefficient by NMR pulsed gradient method. It has been concluded that the concentration dependencies of the self-diffusion coefficient of water molecules in protein solution are controlled by two additive factors: obstruction effect correlated with the protein dimension and direct hydration effect proportional to the number of the adsorption sites on the protein surface.

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