The Effect of Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields on Protein Unfolding
This thesis describes a spectroscopic investigation of the effects of pulsed electromagnetic radiation on the conformation, unfolding, aggregation and precipitation of a variety of proteins. Initial experiments required the calibration of a microwave exposure system thus the temperature of different buffer solutions was studied in detail. The exposure system comprised of an incubator and a rebuilt domestic microwave oven that delivered pulses every six minutes to give a plot of the temperature before, during and after a pulse ...
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