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Vibrational Raman optical activity of a-lactalbumin: comparison with lysozyme, and evidence for native tertiary folds in molten globule states


Vibrational Raman optical activity of a-lactalbumin: comparison with lysozyme, and evidence for native tertiary folds in molten globule states



Journal of Molecular Biology 254: 7-60



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