Protein folding, Biology

Protein Folding

With all the known information of protein structure from X-ray and NMR studies and one might expect in which we would know how proteins fold up within structures. Unfortunately, this is not the case, and the "protein folding issue" is still hugely an unsolved and central question for biochemistry.

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