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Preventing Clumping: How to Keep Proteins Active
Jülich, 19 December 2018 – Protein molecules are nature’s all-rounders and carry out their specific tasks with great efficiency. For example, some play an important role in converting substances; others are involved in combatting pathogens. As a result, these biological machines are important in technical as well as medical applications. However, proteins tend to clump together irreversibly at high concentrations and thus lose their effectiveness, although this only occurs when they are outside their natural environment of the cell’s interior.
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50th IFF Spring School - Scattering! Soft, Functional and Quantum Materials
Scattering with x-rays and neutrons "tell us where atoms are and how they move” (C. Shull). Where would we be without the understanding of the microscopic world gained through scattering methods?
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The Collaborative Research Centre 985 includes physical chemistry and process engineering groups at RWTH Aachen University and Soft Matter groups at Forschungszentrum Jülich (IAS-2, ICS-3 and JCNS-1).
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