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ProteoMass Apomyoglobin MALDI-MS Standard from Sigma-Aldrich

Description: Mol wt: average mol wt16,951.27 Da by calculation...
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Tetracycline inhibits W7FW14F apomyoglobin fibril

apomyoglobin fibrillogenesis. We monitored the effect of tetracycline on fibril ... apomyoglobin aggregates formed in the presence and in the ...

Biophysical Journal - Dynamics of ANS Binding to Tuna Apomyoglobin ...

Both cytochrome and apomyoglobin were found to lose secondary structure after ... Structural Characterization of Apomyoglobin Self-Associated ...

The pKa of His-24 in the folding transition state of apomyoglobin

In native apomyoglobin, His-24 cannot be protonated, although at pH 4 the native ... of histidine residues in native apomyoglobin are known from earlier studies, and ...

Nonspecific hydrophobic interactions stabilize an equilibrium ...

Acid-induced unfolding of apomyoglobin (apoMb) proceeds in a multistate process ... The folding of apomyoglobin (apoMb, myoglobin with the heme group removed) has ...

Cooperativity of folding of the apomyoglobin pH 4 intermediate studied ...

The apomyoglobin pH 4 folding intermediate contains the A, G, and H helices of myoglobin. ... the pH 4 folding intermediate of apomyoglobin folds cooperatively. ...

Two forms of the pH 4 folding intermediate of apomyoglobin.

The pH 4 folding intermediate of apomyoglobin exists in two forms (Ia, Ib) at equilibrium. ... apomyoglobin at pH 6, starting from the acid unfolded species (U) ...
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