Condensed Matter Biophysics: Structure and Dynamics of Large Biomolecules
To what extent is the transition driven by the solvent, and to what extent is it a consequence of the internal structure of the protein itself?
How relevant are the low temperature (i.e., glassy) properties of the protein at higher, physiological temperatures?
KeywordsGlycerol Recombination Rubber Stein
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