This Week in Science

In Science this week, a multi-institute team of European researchers report on a new technique to study protein folding and unfolding. Called high-speed force spectroscopy, the method was used to unfold and observe the muscle protein tinin, which scientists had previously been unable to visualize fast enough in order to compare the process to high-speed computer simulations.

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