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July 28, 2017

Volume 292Issue 30p12366-12724
Open Access
On The Cover: Sunflowers produce in their seeds an unusual protein of dual destiny. The cover shows the NMR structure of preproalbumin with sunflower trypsin inhibitor-1, which contains two distinct domains that, after proteolytic processing, become a seed storage albumin (yellow) and a cyclic peptide with potent trypsin inhibitory activity (blue). Photo by Roman Eder. For details see the article by Franke et al., pages 12398–12411....
On The Cover: Sunflowers produce in their seeds an unusual protein of dual destiny. The cover shows the NMR structure of preproalbumin with sunflower trypsin inhibitor-1, which contains two distinct domains that, after proteolytic processing, become a seed storage albumin (yellow) and a cyclic peptide with potent trypsin inhibitory activity (blue). Photo by Roman Eder. For details see the article by Franke et al., pages 12398–12411.

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Protein Structure and Folding

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