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38 H . A. S C H E R A G A e t a l . 5. As the temperature is raised at a given pH or the pH is lowered at a given temperature these groups acquire normal ionization properties. From the direct titration curves at 25° and 45° a difference curve was computed which paralleled the curve representing the fraction of unfolded ribonuclease as a func tion of pH at 45°. This difference curve corresponded to the titration of 2 groups, presumably carboxyls. It seems that the interactions which are removed by heating may be the same as those removed by GU in the experiments cited earlier.
And Birnbaum, S. M. (1957b). Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 72, 448. Wretlind, K. A. and Rose, W. C. (1950). J. Biol. Chem. 187, 697. Internal Hydrogen Bonding in Ribonuclease12 H. A. SCHERAGA, C. Y. CHA, J. , and C. L. SCHILDKRAUT Department of Chemistry, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York δ ο MUCH PROGRESS has been made in recent years in the determination of the amino acid sequences of polypeptide chains that it has become feasible to attempt to determine the complete internal structure (secondary and tertiary) of a protein.
Amino Acids, Proteins and Cancer Biochemistry by Jesse P. Greenstein, John T. Edsall