volume 85, issue 4, P753-763 2017
DOI: 10.1002/prot.25255
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Abstract: With the help of molecular-dynamics simulations, we studied the effect of urea and guanidine chloride on the thermodynamic and structural properties of the helical fragment of protein GB1, comparing them with those of its second beta hairpin. We showed that the helical fragment in different solvents populates an ensemble of states that is more complex than that of the hairpin, and thus the associated experimental observables (circular-dichroism spectra, secondary chemical shifts, m values), that we back-calcul…

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