Anfinsen


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Anfinsen

(ˈænfɪnsən)
n
(Biography) Christian Boehmer. 1916–95, US biochemist, noted for his research on the structure of enzymes. Nobel prize for chemistry 1972
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Anfinsen, "Principles that govern the folding of protein chains," Science, vol.
It is the real requirement for the Anfinsen's dogma [1].
Anfinsen, "Ship detection in ice-infested waters based on dual-polarization SAR imagery," IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters, Vol.
This concept is usually introduced with the story of Christian Anfinsen heating a solution of ribonuclease until this enzyme unfolded, then allowing it to slowly cool, and finding that the protein folded back into its native state, without any other molecules involved.
[3] Anfinsen, C.B., 1973, Principles that govern the folding of protein chains, Science 181 (96), 223-230.
(29) This key insight brought Christian Anfinsen a Nobel prize in 1972, and a brief overview is found in his classic paper, C.
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The chief executive of Greater Stavanger Elin Schanche and Anne Lise Falch Anfinsen, marketing and innovation developer, are meeting ONE executives today after spending yesterday with Mike Pedersen of the Newcastle-based Norwegian Collaboration Centre.