Comparison of various molecular forms of bovine trypsin: correlation of infrared spectra with X-ray crystal structures.

Abstract

Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy is a valuable method for the study of protein conformation in solution primarily because of the sensitivity to conformation of the amide I band (1700-1620 cm-1) which arises from the backbone C = O stretching vibration. Combined with resolution-enhancement techniques such as derivative spectroscopy and self… (More)

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