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X-Ray Method Tracks How Proteins Fold

News   Jul 10, 2020 | Original story from KAIST

 
X-Ray Method Tracks How Proteins Fold

The scientists found that non-functional unfolded forms of the protein cytochrome c follow different pathways and timelines to reach a stable functional folded state. Credit: Professor Hyotcherl Ihee, KAIST.

 
 
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