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# Assume you want to make and study fragments of a protein. Would you expect that any fragment of the polypeptide chain would fold the same way as it would in the int...

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###### Assume you want to make and study fragments of a protein. Would you expect that any fragment of the polypeptide chain would fold the same way as it would in the intact protein? Consider the protein shown in Figure $4-19$. Which fragments do you suppose are most likely to fold correctly?

Assume you want to make and study fragments of a protein. Would you expect that any fragment of the polypeptide chain would fold the same way as it would in the intact protein? Consider the protein shown in Figure $4-19$. Which fragments do you suppose are most likely to fold correctly?

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