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Globule Folding on Black I

One of the most important elements to proteins is their three-dimensional structure. Each protein folds compactly, with its backbone directing the overall shapes so as to maximize intramolecular side-chain interactions according to the function of the protein. Molten globules are intermediates of these compacted structures, resembling the folded protein but lacking in intramolecular interactions, and are usually found in slightly denaturing conditions, such as acidic environments or high temperatures. These images dynamically show the folding of these molten globules in a both highly detailed and aesthetically pleasing fashion.

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