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Multiplexed Single-molecule Force Proteolysis Measurements Using Magnetic Tweezers

DOI :

10.3791/3520-v

July 25th, 2012

July 25th, 2012

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1Department of Chemical Engineering, Stanford University

In this article we describe the use of magnetic tweezers to study the effect of force on enzymatic proteolysis at the single molecule level in a highly parallelizable manner.

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