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Spectroscopic evidence of important modifications of protein structure in micelle aggregates human erythrocyte membrane proteins

, : Spectroscopic evidence of important modifications of protein structure in micelle aggregates human erythrocyte membrane proteins. Studia Biophysica 83(3): 163-171

UV and circular dichroic spectroscopic techniques were used to follow the conformational arrangements of the proteins of human erythrocyte membranes during a protein/lipid separation carried out using surfactants. Irreversible tertiary structure modification takes place when sodium deoxycholate is used as micelle forming agent.

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