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Hofmeister versus Neuberg: is ATP really a biological hydrotrope?

Mehringer, Johannes ; Do, Tuan-Minh ; Touraud, Didier ; Hohenschutz, Max ; Khoshsima, Ali ; Horinek, Dominik ; Kunz, Werner


Recently, an interesting effect of ATP on proteins has been reported: ATP can hinder the thermal aggregation of proteins, and it can prevent fibrillation of intrinsically disorder proteins. Consequently, ATP was considered to act "as a biological hydrotrope." In this paper, we demonstrate that the interactions leading to the two aforementioned phenomena are quite different from the traditionally ...


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