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19] and [20]. We discuss later an ambitious attempt by Lenhoff and colleagues to calculate the second virial coefficient for certain globular proteins, using realistic models for the protein structure, that takes into account the contribution of the orientational configurations. These are based on a generalization of Eq. 4 Scattering theory 23 angles , , and . The potential of mean force, W , is now a function of all these configurational variables, , and r, where we denote the set of angular variables by , following Lenhoff and colleagues [19].

Very high yields can be realized in short times on the order of seconds and, in some cases, less than one second. Another advantage of using PICUP is that yields can be produced using visible light. This can allow for the study of living cells without the prospect of harming the cells, as may happen with ultraviolet light, which some biological molecules are known to absorb. 13 SDS-PAGE analysis Sodium dodecyl sulfate polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis [50] (SDS-PAGE) analysis is complementary to the SEC technique described previously.

When the protein molecules reorganize to form a crystalline structure from their original liquid state, these water structures themselves must undergo some kind of reordering. This can take the form of rearrangement, or as an escape or gain of some of the water molecules around each protein molecule. This entropy change, Ssolvent , can be positive, which favors the phase transition, or negative, which favors the free protein molecules in solution [52]. Of course, G must be negative for crystallization to occur.

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