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Protein Folding Under Mechanical Forces: A Physiological View - Figure 3

This figure shows denaturants (D), such as urea, guanidine hydrochloride (top), or temperature (T) (middle), reveal the same unfolded state that is sampled with the application of force (F), irrespective of the direction applied (bottom) in the "Importance of perturbation on the energy landscape".

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Authors and Editors: Yalda Javadi of Department of Biological Sciences, Julio M. Fernandez of Columbia University, Raul Perez-Jimenez of Columbia University
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