Fluorescence quenching studies of bovine growth hormone in several conformational states.

@article{Havel1988FluorescenceQS,
  title={Fluorescence quenching studies of bovine growth hormone in several conformational states.},
  author={Henry A. Havel and E W Kauffman and P A Elzinga},
  journal={Biochimica et biophysica acta},
  year={1988},
  volume={955 2},
  pages={154-63}
}
The use of steady-state fluorescence quenching methods is reported as a probe of the accessibility of the single fluorescent tryptophan residue of bovine growth hormone (bGH, bovine somatotropin, bSt) in four solution-state conformations. Different bGH conformations were prepared by using previous knowledge of the multi-state nature of the equilibrium unfolding pathway for bGH: alterations in denaturant and protein concentration yielded different bGH conformations (native, monomeric… CONTINUE READING

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