David L Cheung

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The conformational change exhibited by proteins at liquid interfaces, such as the air-water and oil-water interfaces, has long been of interest both for understanding protein structure outside of native environments and for applications in areas including food technology and pharmaceuticals. Using molecular simulation, this article studies the conformations(More)
As proteins contain both hydrophobic and hydrophilic amino acids, they will readily adsorb onto interfaces between water and hydrophobic fluids such as oil. This adsorption normally causes changes in the protein structure, which can result in loss of protein function and irreversible adsorption, leading to the formation of protein interfacial films. While(More)
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