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• (2005)
The ion permeation through cell membrane facilitated by ion channel system is essentially 1-D diffusion process. With faster computer and more advanced algorithm, this process could be investigated by Brownian Dynamics ...

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• (1994)
In biological systems, DNA/RNA-protein interactions as well as drug-DNA interactions play important roles in genetic processes. A fundamental understanding of these processes requires a detailed structural knowledge of ...

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• (2016-07-13)
The dynamic nature of the actin cytoskeleton enables the rapid shape changes that are necessary for processes such as wound healing, motility and division of cells. Disassembly of actin filaments is extremely critical for ...

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• (2019-11-15)
Bacterial small RNAs (sRNAs) are involved in regulating targets involved in various processes in the cell, including stress responses and metabolic processes. As RNA regulators that are degraded rapidly, they are ideal for ...

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Cells use actin to provide structure and stability to the membrane, to drive motility, and to adhere to, pull on, and reorganize the extracellular matrix. Here I demonstrate that α-actinin-4, a well-known actin crosslinking ...

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• (2005)
Cytochrome c oxidase, an integral membrane protein, is the final enzyme of the electron transport chain. The two sides of the membrane are denoted as the N side (the cytoplasmic side in bacteria and the matrix side of ...

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• (1980)
Studies were done to determine the ability of the rabbit cortical collecting tubule, studied in vitro, to acidify its luminal fluid. The antimony electrode was adapted to allow the continuous measurement of the pH of ...

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• (2013-02-03)
The actin cytoskeleton is a critical part of intracellular structure, responsible for the general shape and integrity of all cells. New insights into the dynamic nature of the cytoskeleton describe additional roles for ...

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• (1969)

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• (1989)
In order to investigate the action of ovarian steroids upon the hypothalamic LHRH pulse generator in the female rat, I have examined the in vivo activity of the hypothalamic LHRH pulse generator in the different endocrine ...

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• (1978)

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• (1975)

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• (1992)
We have analyzed the behavior of a linear, cyclic, four state model of regulation of contraction of smooth muscle. The model involves twenty one parameters: sixteen rate constants, three initial conditions, and NT$\sb3$ ...

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• (1983)
This study examines the structure of the active center of bacterial luciferase by exploiting the existence of two well-documented structural features of the (alpha) subunit of the enzyme, the essential cysteine and the ...

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• (1980)
Bacterial luciferase catalyzes the mixed-function oxidation of a long-chain saturated aldehyde and FMNH(,2) to yield the carboxylic acid, FMN and blue-green light. The enzyme is inactivated by 2,4-dinitrofluorobenzene ...

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• (1988)
Cytochrome P-450$\sb{\rm cam}$, from Pseudomonas putida, catalyzes the regio- and stereospecific hydroxylation of the monoterpene d-camphor to afford 5-exo-hydroxycamphor as the sole product. The roles of specific active ...

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• (1970)

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• (1974)

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• (2003)
CTnDOT is a conjugative transposon (CTn) that is found in many Bacteroides strains. Transfer of CTnDOT is stimulated 100--1000 fold if the cells are exposed to tetracycline (Tc). An operon that contains a Tc resistance ...

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