Expression and purification of the novel protein domain DWNN.
Proteins play an important role in cells, as the morphology, function and activities of the cell depend on the proteins they express. The key to understanding how different proteins function lies in an understanding of the molecular structure. The overall aim of this thesis was the determination of the structure of DWNN domains. This thesis described the preparation of samples of human DWNN suitable for structural analysis by nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR), as well as NMR analysis.