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Academic Article Distinguishing between two-state and three-state models for ubiquitin folding.
Academic Article Altering the intermediate in the equilibrium folding of unmodified yeast tRNAPhe with monovalent and divalent cations.
Academic Article Mg2+-dependent compaction and folding of yeast tRNAPhe and the catalytic domain of the B. subtilis RNase P RNA determined by small-angle X-ray scattering.
Academic Article A thermodynamic framework and cooperativity in the tertiary folding of a Mg2+-dependent ribozyme.
Academic Article Modular construction of a tertiary RNA structure: the specificity domain of the Bacillus subtilis RNase P RNA.
Academic Article Understanding protein hydrogen bond formation with kinetic H/D amide isotope effects.
Academic Article Investigations into sequence and conformational dependence of backbone entropy, inter-basin dynamics and the Flory isolated-pair hypothesis for peptides.
Academic Article Fast and slow intermediate accumulation and the initial barrier mechanism in protein folding.
Academic Article Fast folding of a helical protein initiated by the collision of unstructured chains.
Academic Article RNA folding during transcription.
Academic Article Folding of a universal ribozyme: the ribonuclease P RNA.
Academic Article The highly cooperative folding of small naturally occurring proteins is likely the result of natural selection.
Academic Article Characterizing the protein folding transition state using psi analysis.
Academic Article Protein vivisection reveals elusive intermediates in folding.
Academic Article Simplified protein models: predicting folding pathways and structure using amino acid sequences.
Academic Article Revealing what gets buried first in protein folding.
Academic Article Cooperative folding near the downhill limit determined with amino acid resolution by hydrogen exchange.
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