globular soluble protein
a: Globular soluble protein ~
b: an organic crystal
What: "The "surface" is that part of a folded protein that is in contact with the solvent or inaccessible to the solvent solely because of the granular nature of water. The "interior" is that part of a folded protein that is inaccessible to solvent for any other reason. A folded globular soluble protein is like an organic crystal, the interior being as densely packed as in a crystal lattice and the exterior being in contact with the solvent, water."
Writer: Donald T. Haynie
Date: Oct 29 2013 3:34 PM
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