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Default Probing Dynamic Conformationsof the High-Molecular-Weight?B-Crystallin Heat Shock Protein Ensemble by NMR Spectroscopy

Probing Dynamic Conformationsof the High-Molecular-Weight?B-Crystallin Heat Shock Protein Ensemble by NMR Spectroscopy

Andrew J. Baldwin, Patrick Walsh, D. Flemming Hansen, Gillian R. Hilton, Justin L. P. Benesch, Simon Sharpe and Lewis E. Kay



Journal of the American Chemical Society
DOI: 10.1021/ja307874r




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