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Experimental Animal Biology
Adsorption of proteins on inorganic surfaces may lead to structural and functional changes that are dependent on both the nature of the adsorbed proteins and the physicochemical properties of the inorganic surfaces. Chicken egg white lysozyme (E.C 18.104.22.168, MW=14.6 kDa) is a small globular protein, that consists of 129 amino acid residues with four disulfide bonds. The aim of this study was the survey of the stability and structure of Chicken egg white lysozyme against ZnO nano through thermalfatcat:x27rbomea5fdzpek3pmsttds5m