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micals binding to the protein, for example. Only recently have people realized that mechanical tension cells pulling on the matrix is important," says David Craig, a graduate bioengineering student and another of the papers authors.

Vogels lab is examining how mechanical force must be considered in the field of proteomics. "In proteomics, you go from the genome, then to the protein structure, and from that, make a prediction about the proteins function. But is that enough? Is it sufficient to only know the function in the equilibrium state?," Vogel says. "We think there are a series of proteins that may have different structures, depending on how much force is applied and how it is applied. If that is so, then it adds additional dimension to the field of proteomics."


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Contact: Walter Neary
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206-685-3841
University of Washington
1-May-2001


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