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Default Crystallography reveals secrets of nature's antifreeze - physicsworld.com



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Ansgar Siemer of Columbia University in New York City, who has used nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) to identify the ice-binding sites on antifreeze proteins, believes this detailed picture of the protein's structure will be useful to researchers. ...



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