Bridging the gap between fundamental and applied studies in protein refolding, this volume addresses such topics as in vivo protein refolding, protein aggregation and inclusion body formation, elucidation of the folding pathway, characterization of folding intermediates, and practical considerations in protein renaturation. An overview chapter provides historical highlights of the key aspects of protein folding, aggregation, and refolding, both in the laboratory and in industry. The volume is an excellent source of information on where we've been, where we are, and where we may be going in the field of protein refolding.
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Inclusion Bodies and the Recovery of Proteins from the Aggregated State