Using schematic models to understand the microscopic basis for inverted solubility in $\gamma$D-crystallin

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Inverted solubility--a crystal melting upon cooling--is observed in a handful of proteins, such as carbomonoxy hemoglobin and $\gamma$D-crystallin. In human $\gamma$D-crystallin, the phenomenon is associated with the mutation of the 23$^\mathrm{rd}$ residue, a proline, to a threonine, serine or valine. One proposed microscopic mechanism...More

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