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Protein III: structure, function, and genetics.Academic Article Why?
Discovering How Cu(II)/Zn(II) Uptake by the Prion Protein Controls Structure, Function and NeurotoxicityGrant Why?
Protein structure and function: histatins. Proceedings of the conference on Oral Biology at the turn of the century: Misconceptions, truths, challenges and prospectsAcademic Article Why?
Structure-Function Studies of Vitamin D-Binding ProteinGrant Why?
In "Structure, Function and Evolution in ProteinsAcademic Article Why?
Monoclonal antibody-assisted structure-function analysis of the carbohydrate recognition domain of surfactant protein D.Academic Article Why?
Structural Basis for Lipid Binding and Function by an Evolutionarily Conserved Protein, Serum Amyloid A.Academic Article Why?
Mechanical and failure properties of extracellular matrix sheets as a function of structural protein composition.Academic Article Why?
Serum amyloid A self-assembles with phospholipids to form stable protein-rich nanoparticles with a distinct structure: A hypothetical function of SAA as a "molecular mop" in immune response.Academic Article Why?
Structure and function analysis of the CMS/CIN85 protein family identifies actin-bundling properties and heterotypic-complex formation.Academic Article Why?
Altered Domain Structure of the Prion Protein Caused by Cu2+ Binding and Functionally Relevant Mutations: Analysis by Cross-Linking, MS/MS, and NMR.Academic Article Why?
Insights into the structure and function of ciliary and flagellar doublet microtubules: tektins, Ca2+-binding proteins, and stable protofilaments.Academic Article Why?
Structural Basis for Vital Function and Malfunction of Serum Amyloid A: an Acute-Phase Protein that Wears Hydrophobicity on Its Sleeve.Academic Article Why?
Structure-function relationships in the cysteine proteinases actinidin, papain and papaya proteinase omega. Three-dimensional structure of papaya proteinase omega deduced by knowledge-based modelling and active-centre characteristics determined by two-hydronic-state reactivity probe kinetics and kinetics of catalysis.Academic Article Why?
Energetic-structure-function of lipoproteins and their protein components. In: Recent research developments in proteins, S.G. Pandalai, edt., Transworld Res. Network, Vol. 1, pp. 97-121Academic Article Why?
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