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kumarmishera
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Topic Started by kumarmishera
on 12/17/2010 11:43 AM   
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If an enzyme have to crystalllize, then its possibility that it is in the active state and start to use the ingredients of the drop.
How to avoid it?????
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Protein crystallization is not predictable. So it's hard to control the reaction.



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