PMID: 6074801Sep 13, 1967Paper

The thermodynamics of protein denaturation. 3. The denaturation of ribonuclease in water and in aqueous urea and aqueous ethanol mixtures

Journal of the American Chemical Society
J F Brandts, L Hunt

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