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Analyses of Sequences of (β/α) Barrel Proteins Based on the Inter-Residue Average Distance Statistics to Elucidate Folding Processes

By Masanari Matsuoka, Michirou Kabata, Yosuke Kawai and Takeshi Kikuchi

Submitted: May 16th 2011Reviewed: September 25th 2011Published: February 17th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/35793

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Masanari Matsuoka, Michirou Kabata, Yosuke Kawai and Takeshi Kikuchi (February 17th 2012). Analyses of Sequences of (β/α) Barrel Proteins Based on the Inter-Residue Average Distance Statistics to Elucidate Folding Processes, Chemical Biology, Deniz Ekinci, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/35793. Available from:

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