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@introbul:Key Features @bul:* Protein destabilization at low temperatures
- Engineering the stability and function of Gene V Protein
- Free energy balance in protein folding
- Modeling protein stability as a heteropolymer collapse
- Stability of helices
- Protein stability with T4 Lysozyme
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