Hydrophobic, Organically-Modified Silica Gels Enhance the Structure of Encapsulated Apomyoglobin
Biochemistry | Other Chemistry
Insertion of hydrophobic groups in a silica matrix, by addition of propyl- or trifluoropropyltrimethoxysilane, leads to a surprising increase in the helical content of apomyoglobin following encapsulation by the sol–gel technique
Daryl K. Eggers and V. A. Rocha. "Hydrophobic, Organically-Modified Silica Gels Enhance the Structure of Encapsulated Apomyoglobin" Chemical Communications (2007): 1266-1268. https://doi.org/10.1039/B617078A
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