Antibody Structure Problem Set
Problem 7. Weak forces/ strong binding
The interaction between an antigen and antibody can be very strong, and yet all of the forces involved are considered to be relatively weak. How can weak hydrogen bonds, electrostatic attractions, hydrophobic forces, and van der Waals contacts lead to a high affinity?
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Wednesday, June 21, 2000
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