Aravind remove.this-aravind at charter.net
Sun Nov 30 11:46:01 EST 2003

>So wouldn't protein folding depend on the weather of this low

>probability interacting electron "space", because these

>interactions could shield or expose a "start" in a gravity

>towards a particular fold ?


>I then realised that the electrons are constantly moving so the

>whole protein molecule is constantly dynamically moving anyway.

>And therefore the major folding forces would come from this self

>shake .

Well, under the theoretical 'low probablility' interacting 'space' scenerio,
there is a state of equilibrium that is attained by forces that pull in
various directions and there is a certain amount of stability achieved,
given that nothing changes and temperature, pressure, etc., remain constant.
However, in solution, the 'interactions' with the environment, eg., with
molecules of water, can't be avoided and aren't exactly 'low probability'.
Rolands G. Aravindan
rolands_aravindan at yahoo.com

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