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Hendrix Biophysics Research Chosen for Virtual Issue of Journal

CONWAY, Ark. (March 3, 2017) –  A research article co-authored by Hendrix College chemistry professor Dr. David Hales, chemistry major Dylan Rogers ’17, and chemical physics major Faizan Khan ’17, was selected to be one of 25 papers featured in a new virtual issue of the Journal of Physical Chemistry B titled “B is for Biophysics.”

The collection includes the “most exciting” Journal of Physical Chemistry B biophysics papers from 2014 to 2016.  See the collection here.

The article is titled “Long-Lived Intermediates in a Cooperative Two-State Folding Transition.” 

Indiana University and Texas A&M University researchers were also co-authors.

The research received vital support from the Shideler-Hough Endowment for Education in Chemistry at Hendrix, Hales said.

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