# Browse Center for Biophysics and Computational Biology by Subject "Biology, Cell"

• (1993)
Guinea pig left atria were suspended in a tissue bath of normal Krebs-Henseleit solution which was aerated with 95% O$\sb2$/5% CO$\sb2$ and maintained at 27$\sp\circ$C. The atria were attached to a force transducer and ...

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• (2000)
This work describes the development of a technique for high-resolution patterning of proteins or biomolecules on glass substrates for the localization of neurons and their axons and dendrites. The new patterning process ...

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• (2006)
Intimately associated with DNA, histone proteins serve as both a structural scaffold for DNA packaging into the nucleus and an epigenetic means for the regulation of gene expression. One such histone-based mechanism for ...

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• (1997)
The mechanisms of proton release and uptake in bacteriorhodopsin (bR) were investigated using steady state and kinetic spectrophotometry and photocurrent methods. First, a kinetic model for the formation of the crucial M ...

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• (2007)
Processive molecular motors are the proteins that transport various kinds of cargos within a cell. All processive motors have two motor domains that let the protein proceed by taking steps. These motor proteins can carry ...

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• (2000)
This study addresses the relationship between transcriptional activation and large-scale chromatin structure and nuclear positioning. We have used an artificial system to target large amounts of the very strong viral ...

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