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Protein Structure and Denaturation

Nature volume 127, pages 440441 (21 March 1931) | Download Citation

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ASTBURY and Woods' fundamental work upon the micellar structure of the protein of wool fibres,1 and the hypothesis they put forward as an explanation of the changes observed in the X-ray pattern when such fibres are stretched, would seem to be full of significance for protein chemistry in general.

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  1. Biochemical Department, Wool Industries Research Association, Leeds, Feb. 13.

    • CLAUDE RIMINGTON

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