Effects of time on proteins

Mike Hanlon someone at asd.com
Fri Dec 14 06:55:00 EST 2001

They sure do! And they can do so over quite short periods of time. How/when
they do depends on various factors. Consider looking under 'protein
stability' for more on this topic. This link should give a bit of general
info: http://www.cryst.bbk.ac.uk/PPS2/projects/day/TDayDiss/


"AJ Friend" <aj4528 at home.com> wrote in message
news:ABRP7.96610$Y6.10221178 at news1.rdc1.ct.home.com...
> Hey, I was wondering if, over very long periods of time, proteins break
> or change in any way.  Like if blood had stained a fabric thousands of
> ago, would the blood proten still be intact today or would it have broken
> down?  If I could get an answer to this question I would be very greatful
> and if someone could point me in the direction of some reference material
> where I could read about this, that would be fantastic.

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