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Transition Temperature

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  • In addition, SAA4 as well as the apolipoproteins broadened the range and increased the temperature of the gel-liquid crystal transition temperature of DMPC [26].
  • Nonlamellar lipids also increased the transition temperature of CYP1A2 in thermal unfolding and reduced the incubation time-dependent detachment of membrane-bound CYP1A2 from vesicles [27].
  • Thermal unfolding of PSP-I/PSP-II and aSFP were irreversible and followed a one-step process with transition temperatures (Tm) of 60.5 degrees C and 78.6 degrees C, respectively [28].
  • Arrhenius plots of the data revealed that AChE exhibits a biphasic Arrhenius plot with a distinct break (transition temperature) at about 15.2 kcal/mol [29].
  • FIS was found to exercise a direct positive transcriptional control at permissive temperature (37 degrees C), when H-NS fails to repress virF, as well as an indirect effect by partially counteracting H-NS inhibition at the transition temperature (32 degrees C) [30].

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