cold denaturation

Shaun D. Black SHAUN at JASON.UTHCT.EDU
Fri Mar 3 10:29:22 EST 1995


dshumake at welchlink.welch.jhu.edu (DALE KENDRICK SHUMAKER) asked about good
references on cold protein denaturation.  The best reference that I know of is
Privalov's discussion in Tom Creighton's book, "Protein Folding".  The chapter
I'm referring to is chapter 3 (pp. 83-126).  IMHO, it is a remarkable chapter
because the discussion is quite physical-chemical, but it is understandable
and intuitively satisfying.  Other chapters in the book touch on cold denatura-
tion as well, but this is definitely the most concentrated treatment.  Finally,
the publisher is Freeman and the date is 1992.  Most libraries should have it.
Best regards,  Shaun

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