Anfinsen


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Anfinsen

Christian Boehmer. 1916--95, US biochemist, noted for his research on the structure of enzymes. Nobel prize for chemistry 1972
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This work has been going on for some time, and it is directly related to Anfinsen's original research.
Craig Anfinsen, director of operations, explained a typical day.
Anfinsen, my thesis professor and a Nobel Prize winner, cited among these, along with Mulder, Sumner, Sanger, and Pauling.
"Net carbs is a term that marketers have popularized, but it is not recognized by the FDA," says Jon Anfinsen, chairman of TechCom Group.
Anfinsen of the National Institutes of Health and Stanford Moore and William H.
"Anfinsen's dogma" says that a protein's structure is primarily determined by its amino acid sequence, but such spontaneous protein folding is very difficult to achieve inside the cell, where the extremely high protein concentrations can easily lead to protein misfolding or even aggregation.
Anfinsen, "Introduction to second kind statistics: application of Log-moments and Log-cumulants to SAR image law analysis," Journal of Traitement Du Signal, vol.
Levinthal's paradox [19] and Anfinsen's hypothesis [20] are the basis of ab initio methods for PSP.