The Heat-denaturation of Proteins. Part IV: The Free Basic and Acidic Groups of Fresh and Denatured Haemoglobin.


THE present paper' is an account of an attempt to determine directly by titration, whether any change in the total number of free basic and acidic groups takes place in the protein molecule on denaturation. The various views of the chemical process underlying heat-denaturation may be said to lie between two extremes which are absolutely opposed. Robertson… (More)


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