High pressure bioscience and biotechnology: a century and a decade perspective (K. Heremans).
Protein and macromolecules.
Structural features and dynamics of protein unfolding (R. Lange, et al.).
A discussion of the physical basis for the pressure unfolding of proteins (C.A. Royer).
Thermal and pressure stability of Phe46 mutants of ribonuclease A (E. Chatani, R. Hayashi, R. Lange, C. Balny).
Pressure and temperature-induced denaturation of carboxypeptidase Y and
procarboxypeptidase Y (M. Kato, R. Hayashi, R. Lange, C. Balny).
Compression and expansion of biomatter: predicting the unpredictable? (K. Heremans, et al.).
Fluctuation of apomyoglobin monitored from H/D exchange and proteolysis under high pressure (N. Tanaka, et al.).
Effect of pressure treatment on hydrophobicity and SH groups interactions of myofibrillar proteins (N. Chapleau, S. Delépine, M. de Lamballerie-Anton).
Effects of mutation and ligand binding on the compressibility of a protein (K. Gekko, T. Kamiyama, E. Ohmae, K. Katayanagi).
Effect of glycosylation on the mechanism of renaturation of carboxypeptidase Y (M. Dumoulin, et al.).
Pressure studies on protein folding, misfolding, protein-DNA interactions and amyloidogenesis (D. Ishimaru, et al.).
High pressure gel mobility shift analysis and molecular dynamics: investigating specific protein-nucleic acid recognition (T.W. Lynch, et al.).
Aggregation and gel formation of proteins after combined pressure-temperature treatment (L. Smeller, F. Meersman, J. Fidy, K. Heremans).
Behavior of actin under high