An NMR study on the beta-hairpin region of barnase.

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BACKGROUND The beta-hairpin of barnase (residues Ser92-Leu95) has been proposed in theoretical and protein engineering studies to be an initiation site for folding [1]. There is evidence for residual structure in this region from NMR studies of the denatured protein under different denaturing conditions [2,3]. A more detailed analysis is possible by NMR… (More)

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@article{Neira1996AnNS, title={An NMR study on the beta-hairpin region of barnase.}, author={Jos{\'e} L Neira and A. R. Fersht}, journal={Folding & design}, year={1996}, volume={1 3}, pages={231-41} }