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Crystallisation Of A Modified Fibrinogen

C. Cohen, NANCY M. Tooney
Published 1974 · Chemistry, Medicine

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MOST fibrous proteins do not crystallise. An artful way to promote protein crystallisation is to modify the structure by proteolytic attack. For example, papain cleavage of γ-globulin yields the homogeneous Fc fragment which readily crystallises1. Following a similar approach, we have crystallised fibrinogen.
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