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Chapter 3

Structure of Self-Assembled Globular Proteins

Large structures can be created by assembling many smaller elements. The way we do this is determined by the properties that are sought after in the structure. So, for example, we build a bridge in such a way that it has the property of spanning a river. There is feedback from the overall structure ...

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Print publication date
15 Feb 2007
Copyright year
2007
Print ISBN
978-0-85404-271-5
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978-1-84755-769-8
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