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Use of Ultrahigh Pressure on the Rise
Decades-Old Technology Being Rediscovered to Bolster Proteomics Research
- Over the course of his distinguished career, Nobel Prize winner Percy Bridgman, Ph.D., investigated the behavior of materials under elevated hydrostatic pressure. These studies, for which he designed his own high-pressure equipment, included the thermodynamic effect of pressure on proteins and other biological substances. Researchers recently met to ...
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