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Subject: how does renaturation affect a curve showing denaturation?

Date: Fri Mar 17 09:22:25 2006
Posted by Sarah-Jayne
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Area of science: Biochemistry
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hi, please could you explain why denaturation would come out resembling an 
exponential decay curve, and how renaturation would come into this - wouldn't 
it cause denaturation to have a slow rate to begin with then drop off suddenly?
thanks again

[This question appears to be posed in reference to this answer :1142467237.Bc. --Mod.]

Re: how does renaturation affect a curve showing denaturation?

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