The TG signals of chemically modified apoPC sample measured at various at ; (a) , (b) , (c) , and (d) . The best fitted curves are shown by the gray lines.
CD spectra measured before laser irradiation (solid line), and 5 and (broken and dotted lines, respectively) after the laser irradiation of a period of .
Plot of diffusion coefficients of the initial apoPC (, circles), of (, triangles), and of (, squares) against temperature divided by the solution viscosity .
Typical TG signals of calorimetric reference (CR) and apoPC samples at (a) , (b) , (c) , and (d) and their fitting curves based on Eqs. (15) and (16). The best fitted curves are shown by the gray lines.
Temperature dependence of the enthalpy change upon the formation of the state .
Typical TrL signals of calorimetric reference (CR) and apoPC sample at various temperatures: (a) , (b) , (c) , and (d) . The best fitted curves are shown by the gray lines.
Schematic decomposition of the observed TrL signal at (upper) by Eq. (19) into the three components (lower): thermal diffusion , the thermal contribution for the process with the rate constant of , and the volume grating component .
Temperature dependence of the enthalpy changes of the creation of the (squares, ) and species (circles, ).
Diagram of the enthalpy change along the apoPC folding process at various temperatures (from the upper side, at 288, 293, 298, and ). The averaged value of over the four temperatures was shown for , because was almost temperature independent.
Temperature dependence of the volume changes upon the processes of (open square, ) and (closed circle, ). The lines are linear fittings.
(a) The absorption spectrum change of the chemically modified apoPC at after the irradiation of laser pulses. The numbers of laser pulses are 0, , , , , and from the top to bottom for the longer wavelength absorption bands. (b) The plot of the decrease of the absorbance of DPCP in hexane at (closed circle) and that of chemically modified apoPC at (open square) under the same condition against the number of the irradiated laser shots.
Temperature dependences of the diffusion coefficients of , , and states and the rate constants of the and processes. The standard deviations are shown in parentheses.
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