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The REFOLD database: a tool for the optimization of protein expression and refolding

Refolding of Firefly Luciferase Immobilized on Agarose Beads

Modeling of protein refolding from inclusion bodies

GroE Assists Refolding of Recombinant Human Pro-Urokinase

In Vitro Refolding of Porcine Pepsin Immobilized on Agarose Beads

Open source platform for the execution and analysis of mechanical refolding experiments

Dual Roles of DMPC and CHAPS in the Refolding of Bacterial Opsins In Vitro

Roles of zinc and copper in modulating the oxidative refolding of bovine copper, zinc superoxide dismutase

An efficient method for refolding the extracellular portion of CD147 from the total bacterial lysate

Refolding of Urea-Denatured Ovalbumin That Comprises Non-Native Disulfide Isomers

Efficient Construction of a Diabody Using a Refolding System: Anti- Carcinoembryonic Antigen Recombinant Antibody Fragment

Refolding of difficult-to-fold proteins by a gradual decrease of denaturant using microfluidic chips

Unfolding and Refolding of the N-Terminal Fragments of Staphylococcal Nuclease R in Guanidine Hydrochloride

Oxidative Refolding of Bovine Pancreatic RNases A and B Promoted by Asn-Glycans

Refolding and Characterization of Recombinant Human GST-PD-1 Fusion Protein Expressed in Escherichia coli

Improving solubility and refolding efficiency of human VHs by a novel mutational approach

Construction of a diabody (small recombinant bispecific antibody) using a refolding system

Immobilized oxidoreductase as an additive for refolding inclusion bodies: application to antibody fragments


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(for proteins) the restoration of 3‐D structure in a manner that may or may not achieve a full return to the native state following denaturation.

Subjects: Chemistry.

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