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Contribution of the 6-120 disulfide bond of a-lactalbumin to the stabilities of its native and molten globule states


Contribution of the 6-120 disulfide bond of a-lactalbumin to the stabilities of its native and molten globule states



Biochemistry (American Chemical Society) 31: 695-700




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