Labelled proteins intracer studies

proceedings of the conference... Pisa, January 17-19, 1966 by Conference on Problems Connected with the Preparation and Use of Labelled Proteins in Tracer Studies (1966 Pisa)

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Statementsponsored by the Medical Clinic, Nuclear Medicine Center of the University of Pisa and the European Atomic Energy Community ; edited by L. Donato. Vol.2.
ContributionsDonato, L., Euratom.
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Conference on Problems Connected With the Preparation and Use of Labelled Proteins in Tracer Studies ( Pisa, Italy). Labelled proteins in tracer studies. Brussels, European Atomic Energy Community, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: L Donato; Università di Pisa.

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Tertiary Structure X-ray crystallography and nuclear magnetic resonance studies have revealed the three-dimensional structures of many different proteins. Intrinsically disordered proteins lack an ordered structure under physiological conditions.

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