Direct Imaging of Protein Stability in Hydrogels

News   Jul 06, 2017 | Original Story by Maeve Reilly for the Beckman Institute

 
Direct Imaging of Protein Stability in Hydrogels

Lydia Kisley, a Beckman-Brown Interdisciplinary Postdoctoral Fellow, and colleagues recently used Fast Relaxation Imaging (FReI) to investigate the folding stability and dynamics of proteins within polyacrylamide hydrogels. Credit: Kisley et al. Beckman Institute

 
 
 

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