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Martina Huber Lab (EPR Group)

Non-covalent Interactions

Many biological processes occur by biomolecules coming together and organizing into specific clusters without being bound to each other. These interactions range from clustering, transiently interacting (kiss and run), or assembling to multimeric units that can only function in conjunction. The hydrogen atom of such initiations are the coiled coil dimers that proteins form. For example in membrane fusion.

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