Tweaking Structure Can Impact Crystallization

News   Apr 19, 2017 | Original story from DOE/Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

 
Tweaking Structure Can Impact Crystallization

A small change to a peptoid that crystallizes in one step (left) sends the modified peptoid down a more complicated path from disordered clump to crystal (right). CREDIT: Jim De Yoreo/PNNL

 
 
 

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