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Released November 2013: a new adaptation of sedimentation equilibrium in the analytical ultracentrifuge providing a user-friendly method for the analysis of molecular weights of polymers. Based on the Creeth-Harding M* function and now implemented in the SEDFIT platform of P. Schuck.
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Representation of the overall shapes of proteins in solution as ellipsoids of revolution or general tri-axial ellipsoids*. Deals with the problems of hydration and model non-uniqueness.
Windows XP version
* For non-regular shaped macro-molecules the bead modelling and flexible linear structure algorithms of the Physical Chemistry Group, Murcia are recommended.
Prediction of the thermodynamic second virial coefficient from the size, shape and charge of a protein.
Based on Rallison-Harding theory for pairwise excluding volume interactions in dominant Brownian motion.
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