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Effect of the qurternary structure of protein on the quantum fluorescence yield


, : Effect of the qurternary structure of protein on the quantum fluorescence yield. Vyestsi Akad Navuk Bssr Syeryya Biyalahichnykh Navuk 4: 59-68

The effect of quaternary protein structure on the quantum fluorescence yield was established. The latter increases approximately 3 times in the transition from disintegrated (disaggregated) protein to large granules. The joining of the macromolecules in the granule occurs with the participation of the hydrogen bonds and the Ca-ions.

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