Volume 44 Issue 7, July 2012

Volume 44 Issue 7

Antifreeze proteins (AFPs) inhibit ice growth by binding to certain planes of ice crystals. The cover illustrates a winter flounder AFP that binds to a growing ice pyramidal plane. See the article by Hiroki Nada and Yoshinori Furukawa, Antifreeze proteins: computer simulation studies on the mechanism of ice growth inhibition on page 690.

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