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Study of PEGylated model protein reveals porous structure based on PEG size
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NMR studies using 1H-15N heteronuclear single-quantum correlation spectroscopy showed that the PEG-Pc had well-dispersed resonances that indicated the protein remained folded in a stable conformation. Chemical shift perturbations were only observed ...


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