Anfinsen

Series of dissertations submitted to the Faculty of Medicine ...

Cover: Inger Sandved Anfinsen. Printed in Norway: AiT e-dit AS, Oslo, 2007. Produced in co-operation with Unipub AS. The thesis is produced by Unipub AS merely in connection with the

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and the avidin-

SUSSMAN* Departments of*Structural Biology and tBiophysics, The Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot 76100 Israel Communicated by Christian B. Anfinsen, January 28, 1993 (received for review November 14,1992) ABSTRACT The crystal structures of a deglycosylated form of the egg-white glycoprotein avidin and ...

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Human Genetic Variation

Five Nobelists made their prize-winning discover­ ies in NIH laboratories: Doctors Christian B. Anfinsen, Julius Axelrod, D. Carleton Gajdusek, Marshall W. Nirenberg, and Martin Rodbell.

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Winning by Folding: Protein Structure Formation Demystified

Sela M., White F.H., Anfinsen C.B.. Reductive Cleavage of Disulfde Bridges in Ribonuclease Science. 1957;125:691-2. [3] Levinthal, C . How to Fold Graciously in Mossbauer spectroscopy in biological Systems: proceedings of a meeting held at Allerton House, Monticello, Illinois (Debrunnder J.T.P ...

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Protein Folding Prediction

Abstract The search for an accurate and efficient protein conformation predicting method started around the end of the twentieth century with Anfinsen's (Anfinsen, 1972) theoretical study on predicting the ribo-nuclease folding conformation.

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All About Proteins

OUCH! 22/44 Quotation" The native, folded structure of a protein, under optimal conditions, is the most energetically stable conformation possible " —Christian Anfinsen, 1972 Anfinsen holding a wire structure of Staphylococcal nuclease.

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Emerging and Re-emerging Infectious Diseases 

Five Nobelists made their prize-winning discover ies in NIH laboratories: Doctors Christian B. Anfinsen, Julius Axelrod, D. Carleton Gajdusek, Marshall W. Nirenberg, and Martin Rodbell.

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Active Site ofRibonuclease A

Anfinsen was recognized "for his work on ribonuclease, especially concerning the connection between the amino acid sequence and the biologically active conformation" (Anfinsen 1973).

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Protein folding andmisfolding: mechanism and principles

More recent work has uncovered networks of helper molecules that edit and secure the folding process, but Anfinsen'soriginal thermodynamic hypothesis remains unchallenged.

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Molecular Chaperones - Cellular Machines for Protein Folding

When the denaturant and the reducing agent were removed by dialysis in Anfinsen×s experiment, the enzyme was found to slowly regain its activity.

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