Subject: How far has been Leventhal's paradox in protien folding resolved?
Date: Sat Nov 20 19:12:35 2004
Posted by Harikrishnan
Grade level: grad (science)
School: New York University
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Area of science: Biochemistry
Despite many different representation [golf-course analogy] and concepts put forward to explain the
situation, no straight answers or at least the way to proceed, seem to have put forward? What is the
current situation and what are the strategies currently employed to resolve the problem?
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