5 things size analysis can reveal about your protein - and how to measure for them

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This webinar explored the five things that size analysis can reveal about proteins.

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  • Definitions of size
    • This paper explores the relationship between molecular weight and radius of gyration as one definition of protein size. (Smilgies and Stogniew, Journal of Applied Crystallography, 2015, 48(5), 1604-1606)
    • Folding
      • This review discusses the importance of, and mechanisms behind, protein folding in vivo. (Protein folding and misfolding, Dobson, Nature, 2003, 426, 884-890)
    • Oligomerization
      • This paper looks at oligomerization from all angles, characteristics of the proteins, the interfaces, the folding, and how and why oligomerization arose. (Ali and Imperiali, Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry, 2005, 13(17), 5013-5020)
    • Aggregation
      • This blog takes a deeper look at the topic of aggregation, where it's important, why it occurs and how to study it. (fluidic.com)
    • Shape
      • This application note shows how size and molecular weight can be measured together to indicate shape. (Wright and Devenish, Fluidic.com)
      • This paper explores how different analytical techniques relate to size definitions, and the equations that define protein structure. (Erickson, Biological Procedures Online, 2009, 11, 32-51)
    • Interactions
      • This blog explores some of the protein-lipid interactions that occur in the human body. (fluidic.com)

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