A residual structure in unfolded intestinal fatty acid binding protein consists of amino acids that are neighbors in the native state.

@article{Ropson2006ARS,
  title={A residual structure in unfolded intestinal fatty acid binding protein consists of amino acids that are neighbors in the native state.},
  author={Ira J Ropson and Joshua A Boyer and Paula M. Dalessio},
  journal={Biochemistry},
  year={2006},
  volume={45 8},
  pages={2608-17}
}
Much of the recent effort in protein folding has focused on the possibility that residual structures in the unfolded state may provide an initiating site for protein folding. This hypothesis is difficult to test because of the weak stability and dynamic behavior of these structures. This problem has been simplified for intestinal fatty acid binding protein… CONTINUE READING