4 edition of Dynamic properties of biomolecular assemblies found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by S.E. Harding, A.J. Rowe.|
|Series||Special publication ; v no. 74, Special publication (Royal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain)) -- no. 74.|
|Contributions||Harding, S. E., Rowe, Arthur J., Royal Society of Great Britain. Colloid and Interface Science Group., Biochemical Society (Great Britain). Techniques Group.|
|LC Classifications||QD139.P6 D9 1989, QD139.P6 D9 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 373 p. :|
|Number of Pages||373|
|LC Control Number||89048077|
was an opportunity to explore biomolecular chirality, or the ability for a structure to have a right-handed and left-handed pattern (Olson ). As demonstrated in the precise magnetic patterns of the BioMolecular Self-Assembly project, we were previously able to produce error-correcting structures and an encoded mech-Cited by: 2. Gel electrophoresis is a standard biochemical technique used for separating biomolecules on the basis of size and charge. Despite the use of gels in early single-molecule experiments, gel electrophoresis has not been widely adopted for single-molecule fluorescence spectroscopy. We present a novel method that combines gel electrophoresis and single-molecule fluorescence spectroscopy to. A biomolecule or biological molecule is a loosely used term for molecules and ions present in organisms that are essential to one or more typically biological processes, such as cell division, morphogenesis, or development. Biomolecules include large macromolecules (or polyanions) such as proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, and nucleic acids, as well as small molecules such as primary metabolites.
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Get this from a library. Dynamic properties of biomolecular assemblies: the proceedings of a symposium organised jointly by the Colloid and Interface Science Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry and the Techniques Group of the Biochemical Society, Nottingham, July [S E Harding; Arthur J Rowe; Royal Society of Great Britain.
Colloid and Interface Science Group. Cucurbit[n]urils (CB[n]s) provide a class of macrocycles that are able to form stable host–guest complexes with various guests. A wide range of potential guests has stimulated an increasing number of fundamental molecular recognition studies that led to various biomolecular : Emanuela Cavatorta, Emanuela Cavatorta, Luc Brunsveld, Jurriaan Huskens, Pascal Jonkheijm, Pascal Jo.
"In vivo" assemblies of biological macromolecules do not always exist in a dilute solution environment - normally far from it - and some attention is paid to the dynamic properties of more. contacts that stitch together large supramolecular assemblies.
Indeed, all biological systems can be viewed as dy-namic networks of molecular interactions. As a complement to experimentation, molecular simulation a offers uniquely powerful approach to analyze biomolecular structure, mechanism, and dynamics; this is possible becauseCited by: Finch Dynamic properties of biomolecular assemblies Edited by S.
Harding and A. Rowe, The Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, pp. viii +price ISBN For over several decades hydrodynamic measurements have provided a valuable and relatively rapid way of estimating the dimensions of macromolecules-both.
The method allows the prediction of the static and dynamic properties of substances directly from the underlying interactions between the molecules. Because there is no alternative approach capable of handling such a broad range of problems at the required level of detail, molecular dynamics methods have proved themselves indispensable in both /5(12).
Electron microscopy (EM) and electron tomography (ET) have found extensive application to probe structural and dynamic properties of macromolecular assemblies. As an important complementary to X-ray and NMR in atomic structural determination, EM has reached a milestone resolution of Å, enough for understanding atomic interactions, interpreting mechanism of functions, and for structure Cited by: 1.
Garcia de la Torre, J. () Hydrodynamic properties of macromolecular assemblies, in Dynamic Properties of Biomolecular Assemblies (Harding, S.
and Rowe, A. J, eds.), Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, UK, pp 3–31 Google ScholarCited by: 9. Biomolecular assemblies of DNA and proteins determine both the structure and active mechanical properties of biological cells. The electronic structure of semiconducting polymers provides revolutionary capability in printing low cost electronic devices and solar cells.
Dynamic properties of biomolecular assemblies book assembly: Dynamic DNA. A recent trend in DNA nanotechnology consists of the assembly of architectures with dynamic properties that can be regulated by employing external stimuli Author: William M.
Shih. ELSEVIER Biophysical Chemistry Biophysical Chemistry 55 () On the hydrodynamic analysis of macromolecular conformation Stephen E. Harding University of Nottingham, School of Agriculture. Sutton Bonington LE12 by: Cucurbit[n]uril Assemblies for Biomolecular Applications Emanuela Cavatorta.
The systems are intrinsically dynamic and can rearrange, while some of the interactions are reversible upon stimuli. We have discussed the origins of the molecular recognition properties of the CB[n] Author: Emanuela Cavatorta, Emanuela Cavatorta, Luc Brunsveld, Jurriaan Huskens, Pascal Jonkheijm, Pascal Jo.
The Biomolecular Assemblies and Nanomechanics (BAN) Laboratory is interested in the engineering design behind self-assembled nanoscale structures of semiflexible biopolymers (DNA, aggrecan, and collagen, etc), and in using these nanostructures as physical containers for.
Water has many remarkable properties, including: High surface tension: Despite being denser than water, small objects, such as aquatic insects, can stay on top of water surface. High boiling point: Relative to its molecular weight, water boils at a high temperature. For example, ammonia, with a molecular weight of alm boils at −33° C, while water, with a molecular weight of 18, boils.
'Biomolecular Crystallography is first and foremost a comprehensive reference text and laboratory manual for the practicing structural biologist, from the basics of biomolecular structure to modern advanced and powerful techniques in biomolecular structure determination, and analysis and application of structural information.
Figures and graphs Cited by: This book contains properties of 72 of the most commonly used solvents, tabulated for ease of use. Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology Presents articles on chemical substances, properties, manufacturing, and uses; on industrial processes, unit operations in chemical engineering; and on fundamentals and scientific subjects related to.
We show that biomolecular circuits based on the dynamics of covalent modification cycles allow (a) the computation of nonlinear operators using far fewer chemical reactions than purely abstract designs based on chemical reaction network theory, and (b) the design of nonlinear feedback controllers with strong performance and robustness by: 6.
The central theme in most of these studies is that the functional unit under study is the protein itself. Recent rapid progress has radically challenged and extended this protein-function paradigm, by demonstrating that novel function(s) may emerge when proteins form dynamic and non-stoichiometric supramolecular by: 7.
Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics describes recent fundamental advances in the experimental and theoretical study of molecular dynamics and stochastic dynamic simulations, X-ray crystallography and NMR of biomolecules, the structure of proteins and its prediction, time resolved Fourier transform IR spectroscopy of biomolecules, the computation of free energy, applications of vibrational CD.
This book is devoted to the engineering of protein-based nanostructures and nanomaterials. One key challenge in nanobiotechnology is to be able to exploit the natural repertoire of protein structures and functions to build materials with defined properties at the nanoscale using “bottom-up” strategies.
Influence of the density of the solvent on the static and dynamic properties of star polymers; 1. Influence of the density of the solvent on the static and dynamic properties of star polymers; Covers.
Simon () Smit () Frenkel () Martin () Lin () Martin () Abouelnasr () Smit () Liu () Catlow () Tambach. The hydrophobic moiety of cationic amphiphiles plays an important role in the transfection process because its structure has an impact on both the type of the supramolecular assembly and the dynamic properties of these assemblies.
The latter have to exhibit a compromise between stability and instability to e. Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF.
Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. Historically linked to the application of lasers to physical chemistry, the activity of the "BioMolecular Structure" group is focussed on the interaction of complex molecular systems with light, in particular, neutral flexible molecules and models of biomolecules, isolated in the gas phase.
The general scientific objective is to document, through various laser spectroscopies and theoretical. Anatoly Boris Kolomeisky (Russian Анатолий Коломейский) is a professor of Chemistry, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Physics and Astronomy and chairman of the department of Chemistry at Rice University in Houston, Texas.
He works in the area of theoretical chemistry, theoretical biophysics using statistical mechanics. Fragmentation mechanisms of peptide assemblies under shock deformation are studied using molecular dynamics simulations and are found to depend strongly on the relative magnitude of the shock front radius to the fibril length and the ratio of the impact energy to the fibril cohesive by: 1.
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In-cell nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy offers the possibility to study proteins and other biomolecules at atomic resolution directly in cells.
As such, it provides compelling means to complement existing tools in cellular structural biology. Given the dominance of electron microscopy (EM)-based methods in current structure determination routines, I share my personal view about Cited by: 2.
The definitive guide to mass spectrometry techniques in biology and biophysics The use of mass spectrometry (MS) to study the architecture and dynamics of proteins is increasingly common within the biophysical community, and Mass Spectrometry in Structural Biology and Biophysics: Architecture, Dynamics, and Interaction of Biomolecules, Second Edition provides readers with detailed, systematic.
Rachel A. Letteri is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering. After obtaining a B.S. in Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering from the University of Notre Dame, she completed a Ph.D.
in Polymer Science & Engineering from the University of Massachusetts Amherst under the direction of Professors Todd Emrick and Ryan Hayward.
Visualizing static geometry results in a still image. Such an image can nonetheless show dynamic properties or attributes derived from these. The animation on the other hand focuses on real‐time playback to further emphasize features related to dynamics.
Instead of showing a pre‐rendered movie, the animation is computed and shown on by: Volume 24 Volume 23 Volume 22 Volume 21 Volume 20 Volume 19 Volume 18 Volume 17 Volume 16 Volume 15 Volume 14 Volume 13 Volume 12 Volume 11 Volume 10 Volume 9 book, based on the authors’ research work and experience in studying biomolecular networks, describes a variety of research topics related to biomolecular networks with deep analysis of many real examples and detailed descriptions of the latest trends, such as gene regulatory networks, transcription regulatory networks, proteinFile Size: 5MB.
The mechanical properties of materials—how stiff or strong they are, or how easily they fracture—are of great importance for many engineering applications.
Most laboratory tests designed to study these properties are conducted at relatively low loading rates, with the stress on the material gradually increased while the response of the material is monitored.
1 in the peer-reviewed journal Nano Today, a group led by Yi Tang, a professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering and a member of the California NanoSystems Institute at UCLA, reports developing tiny shells composed of a water-soluble polymer that safely deliver a protein complex to the nucleus of cancer cells to induce their death.
Introduction. Nature forms ordered and functional structures by the process of biomolecular self-assembly. Understanding the forces that govern this spontaneous process may lead to the ability to mimic self-assembly in vitro and consequently to major advances in the area of material scienPeptides, specifically, hold great promise as a biomolecular building block, since they present Cited by: 4.
Application of Molecular Dynamics in the Study of Biomolecular Phenomena. Molecular dynamics can now be routinely applied in the investigation of a wide range of dynamic properties and processes by researchers in numerous fields, including structural biochemistry, biophysics, enzymology, molecular biology, pharmaceutical chemistry, and by: Polymer networks possessing reversible covalent cross-links constitute a novel material class with the capacity for adapting to an externally applied stimulus.
These covalent adaptable networks (CANs) represent a trend in polymer network fabrication toward the rational design of structural materials possessing dynamic characteristics for specialty by: Current state of the art experiments on single molecules, which include, e.g., FRET, and AFM and laser-tweezer-based dynamic force spectroscopy among many others, enable researchers to go beyond the ensemble averaged picture and to analyze the entire distributions of the.
Alkaloids are a cornerstone in the development of medicinal and synthetic compounds due to their capability of specific recognition of targeted biomacromolecules, and uses in optical resolution and asymmetric reactions. To explore the untapped potential of the rigid and densely functionalized structures of a Supramolecular chemistry in OBC.
‘HDX-MS data are most ideally interpreted together with structural information obtained by other techniques. However, it is important to note that even in the absence of structural information, HDX provides useful insights into the dynamic and structural properties of.
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A reference with only 2 authors is sometimes cited as (First et al., year) and sometimes (First & Second, year).Directed motion at this scale is an essential feature of many biomolecular assemblies known as molecular machines, which carry out essential life-sustaining functions of the cell.
It follows that the use of bistable MIMs as artificial molecular machines (AMMs) has been long anticipated.