# Browse College of Liberal Arts and Sciences by Title

• (1986)
Molecular weight distributions of poly(ethyleneimines) (PEIs) were characterized by Electrohydrodynamic Ionization (EH) Mass Spectrometry to determine the effect of both the chemical structure and the solution chemistry ...

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• (1992)
Reliable diffusion coefficients and concentrations have been obtained simultaneously by fitting chronoamperometric transients of an ultramicroelectrode to the split function derived by Aoki and Osteryoung. An extensive ...

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• (1988)
In order to understand the electronic structure of the manganese water oxidation site of the photosystem II, a number of polynuclear mixed-valence manganese complexes are characterized by means of various physical methods ...

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• (2005)
The central theme of this research is to understand how protein interactions alter the state of aggregation and the characterization of these interactions through light scattering properties of dense suspensions. One context ...

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• (1993)
Previous work on the distribution of the $\beta$1 integrins on skeletal muscle revealed that integrin occupied all of the major junctional regions on muscle. It also showed interesting, anomalous proteins on SDS-PAGE from ...

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• (2006)
The studies presented herein describe the characterization of reduced phosphorus metabolism in two recently isolated bacteria. These bacteria were found by performing enrichments to isolate organisms that could utilize ...

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• (1990)
SEC14, a Saccharomyces cerevisiae gene whose product is required for export of yeast secretory proteins from the Golgi complex, was cloned and characterized. SEC14 was shown to be an essential gene for vegetative growth. ...

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• (2001)
Multilayer-like features were observed on Ag surfaces when the potential was cycled negative of the onset of the first redox couple of alpha-H 4SiW12O40. QCM measurements suggested that negative potentials attracted ...

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• (1992)
Protonation and electron transfer events in reaction centers (RCs) from photosynthetic purple bacterium Rhodobacter sphaeroides were investigated by characterization of site-directed mutants. The RC deletion mutant GaKM(+) ...

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• (1994)
Photoautotrophic cells are chlorophyllous plant cells grown with no sugars and minimal or no organic carbon in the culture medium. These cells are photosynthetic and are capable of light-dependent CO$\sb2$ fixation. Our ...

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• (1991)
Plants vary in their whole plant strategies for managing the sodium (Na$\sp{+}$) present in their environment, but current models predict that they have a common strategy at the cellular level: exclusion from the cytoplasm. ...

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• (1998)
The discovery of significance of iron-NADH complexation for the kinetics of NADH decomposition and oxidation led to an investigation of the influence of solution oxygen and biologically prominent metal ions on NADH ...

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• (1981)
Asymmetric environments can be provided at interfaces of thin films, where effective carrier separation and light-driven electron transfer reactions can occur. These reactions are of interest in solar energy and photosynthesis ...

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• (1985)
The sensitivity of spectrophotometric methods used for determining metal ion concentrations is often improved by adding a surfactant to the metal-dye complex. The resultant sensitization is characterized by increased molar ...

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• (1995)
Two different projects are described. In the first, the magnetic and electronic properties of four tetranuclear manganese complexes that are potential models for the oxygen evolving complex of photosystem II are examined. ...

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• (1986)
Chloroperoxidase (CPO) and Cytochrome P-450, two very different hemeproteins, have been shown to have similar active sites by several techniques. Recent work has demonstrated thiolate ligation from a cysteine residue to ...

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• (2013-05-28)
The Molluscum Contagiosum Virus (MCV) is a dermotropic poxvirus that strictly infects humans. MCV infections produce umbilicated lesions that can persist for six to nine months in children and young adults. Currently there ...

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• (2008)
Using a series of MC160 deletion mutant proteins, we found that two distinct regions of the MC160 protein independently inhibit TNF-mediated NF-kappaB activation. Specifically, we observed that the second DED of MC160 ...

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