Protein Folding and Non-Covalent Interactions Lectures

2015-01-28T11:37:19Z (GMT) by Philip Fowler

These six lectures examine the different non-covalent interactions present in proteins, such as hydrogen bonding, van der Waals interactions and the htdrophobic effect, and how these lead to proteins folding repeatability into unique structures.

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