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Browsing Chemistry by Subject "Biophysics"

Browsing Chemistry by Subject "Biophysics"

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  • Stanich, Cynthia Ann (2012-09-13)
    We investigate isothermal diffusion and growth of micron-scale liquid domains within membranes of free-floating giant unilamellar vesicles (GUVs) with diameters between 80µm and 250µm. Domains appear after a rapid temperature ...
  • Hari, Sanjay Baju (2013-11-14)
    Protein kinases comprise a substantial fraction of the human genome and constitute a wide array of cell signaling pathways that control countless cellular processes. Improper kinase regulation has been implicated in a ...
  • Bleecker, Joan Vea
    Membrane lipids can spontaneously undergo a process called phase separation wherein they organize into domains with different compositions. Phase separation has been proposed as a mechanism in the formation of heterogeneous ...
  • Zane, Ariel C. (2013-11-14)
    Biomimetic syntheses of useful inorganic and mineral materials are the subject of much interest in the biomineralization community, as organisms can often produce materials at ambient conditions and temperatures, as opposed ...
  • Hsu, Peter (2014-02-24)
    RNA Polymerase II (PolII) dependent transcription of mRNAs is central to gene expression throughout eukaryotes. Transcription is a highly regulated process, with a defined initiation, elongation, and termination phase, all ...

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