User:Karsten Theis/Physical Models

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3D printed models

Using a 3D printer from Westfield State University, we printed physcial models of proteins illustrating concepts such as chirality, shape complementarity of binding sites and ligand, protein flexibility, misfolding, protein aggregation and protein stability aided by disulfide bonds.

We have started to create a proteopedia article, along with video footage, for each of the available models. This is work in progress, so all of the pages are still in the sandbox stage. Nevertheless, here are links to each of them:

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Karsten Theis

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