Epitopes, aggregation and membrane binding: investigating the protein structure-function relationship

@inproceedings{Gregor2012EpitopesAA,
  title={Epitopes, aggregation and membrane binding: investigating the protein structure-function relationship},
  author={Craig Robert Gregor},
  year={2012}
}
The three-dimensional structure of a protein, formed as a result of amino-acid sequences folding into compact domains, is regarded as a key factor in its biological function. How and why proteins fold into specific topologies, remain the key focus of scientific research in the field of biophysics. By stripping down complex reactions down to the most basic elements, biophysicists aim to develop simplified models for biological phenomena such as antibody discrimination, viral fusion or self… CONTINUE READING

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