Part of the solution: A PEG with a discrete triangular structure exhibits hydrophilicity/hydrophobicity switching upon increasing temperatures, and suppresses the thermal aggregation of lysozyme to retain nearly 80 % of the enzymatic activity. CD and NMR spectroscopic studies revealed that, with the structured PEG, the higher-order structures of lysozyme persist at high temperature, and the native conformation is recovered after cooling.
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