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The thermal transition of brain soluble proteins

Physiologie

Jan 1, 1975

G H PetecM Petec

PMID: 1822

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Soluble rat brain proteins undergo a thermal reversible denaturation in the range of 20 degrees C -65 degrees C. The thermal transition as studied in 0.25 M sucrose solution, is associated with changes in the proteins ionization capacity by the lowering of the isoionic solution pHfrom a...read more

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Protein Conformation
Hydrogen-Ion Concentration
Nerve Tissue Proteins
Brain Chemistry
Protein Denaturation
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    Physiologie

    Jan 1, 1975

    G H PetecM Petec

    PMID: 1822

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    Soluble rat brain proteins undergo a thermal reversible denaturation in the range of 20 degrees C -65 degrees C. The thermal transition as studied in 0.25 M sucrose solution, is associated with changes in the proteins ionization capacity by the lowering of the isoionic solution pHfrom a...read more

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    Protein Conformation
    Hydrogen-Ion Concentration
    Nerve Tissue Proteins
    Brain Chemistry
    Protein Denaturation

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