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  • Journal article


  • Authors : Monroe, Jeremy G. (2023)

  • rapid and accurate protein production. The inclusion of chemically modified bases into mRNAs has the potential to alter the strength and pattern of hydrogen bonding between mRNAs and aminoacyl-tRNAs to alter protein synthesis. We investigated how the N1-methylpseudouridine (m1Y) modification, commonly incorporated into therapeutic and vaccine mRNA sequences, influences the ability of codons to react with cognate and near-cognate tRNAs and release factors. We find ...

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  • Ebooks (Sách điện tử)


  • Authors : Agustín, Pablo Hernansanz (2023)

  • The mitochondrial electron transport chain (mETC) converts the energy of substrate oxidation into a H+ electrochemical gradient (Δp), which is composed by an inner mitochondrial membrane (IMM) potential (ΔΨmt) and a pH gradient (ΔpH). So far, ΔΨmt has been assumed to be composed exclusively by H+. Mitochondrial Ca2+ and Na+ 15 homeostasis, which are essential for cellular function, are controlled by exchangers and antiporters in the inner mitochondrial&#...

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  • Thesis


  • Authors : Nguyễn Thế Công;  Advisor : Phạm Văn Chới (2013)

  • Trình bày nghiên cứu tổng quan về nam châm điện; Phương pháp nghiên cứu tối ưu nam châm điện; Các phương pháp tính toán và thực nghiệm.

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  • Ebooks (Sách điện tử)


  • Authors : - (2020)

  • This book is dedicated to the use of nanomaterials for the modification of asphalt binders, and to investigate whether or not the use of nanomaterials for asphalt mixtures fabrication achieves more effective asphalt pavement layers. A total of 10 contributions are included. Four are related to “Binder’s modification” and five to “Asphalt mixtures’ modification”.

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  • Ebooks (Sách điện tử)


  • Authors : Farrukh, Muhammad Akhyar (2018)

  • The nanofiltration technique lies between ultrafiltration and reverse osmosis techniques, and it is considered a low-cost process and is capable of removing pesticides, organic matter, desalination of sea water, oil process and pollutants from industrial wastewater. However, the main challenge in implementation of nanofiltration membrane is its ability towards fouling and low performance at high temperature. The use of nanoparticles in the manufacturing of membranes&#x...

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  • Book


  • Authors : - (2015)

  • Advances in nanotechnology lead to improvement of tools and equipment as well as their application in everyday life. In the chemistry this size involves the range of colloids, micelles, polymer molecules, and structures such as very large molecules or dense accumulation of the molecules. In physics of electrical engineering, the nanoscience is strongly related to quantum behaviour or electrons behaviour in structures with nano sizes. Also, in biology...

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  • Book


  • Authors : - (2020)

  • New field called nanoplasmonics that is acquiring more and more importance among the scientific community. This book aims to review the state of the art in this new field and provide the reader with a wide overview of the new nanomaterials available and their current and future applications.

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  • Journal article


  • Authors : Fleming, Aaron M. (2021)

  • Nanopore devices can directly sequence RNA, and the method has the potential to determine locations of epitranscriptomic modifications that have grown in significance because of their roles in cell regulation and stress response. Pseudouridine (Ψ), the most common modification in RNA, was sequenced with a nanopore system using a protein sensor with a helicase brake in synthetic RNAs with 100% modification at 18 known human pseudouridinylati...

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  • Journal article


  • Authors : Mrozowich, Tyler; Henrickson, Amy; Demeler, Borries (2020)

  • Viral infections are responsible for numerous deaths worldwide. Flaviviruses, which contain RNA as their genetic material, are one of the most pathogenic families of viruses. There is an increasing amount of evidence suggesting that their 5’ and 3’ non-coding terminal regions are critical for their survival. In this study, the 5’ and 3’ terminal regions of Murray Valley Encephalitis and Powassan virus were examined using biophysical and computational...

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  • Journal article


  • Authors : Rehman, Kanwal; Khan, Ikram Ilahee; Akash, Muhammad Sajid Hamid (2020)

  • Nitric oxide (NO) is a key regulating factor for physiological functions, when elevated during inflammatory conditions can lower endogenous antioxidant levels. Increased NO interacts with oxygen or other ROS to generate peroxynitrite, a potent oxidant which induces oxidative stress. Analgesic effects of naringenin (NRN), a flavanone has been demonstrated by inducing anti-inflammatory effects in O2−•-mediated inflammation. NRN stimulates antioxidant enzymes and also improves ...

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  • Book


  • Authors : - (2020)

  • Many of these compounds are well known; however, the multiple types of structures together with the variable responses depending of the type of biocontrol needed in a wide range of applications, such as clinical, agricultural, general hygiene, and food, necessitates the continuous search for specific applications and the continuous study of how to use these substances. The present book provides a summary of reviews and original research works that&#...

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  • Ebooks (Sách điện tử)


  • Authors : Kiernan, Diane (2014)

  • Natural Resources Biometrics begins with a review of descriptive statistics, estimation, and hypothesis testing. The following chapters cover one- and two-way analysis of variance (ANOVA), including multiple comparison methods and interaction assessment, with a strong emphasis on application and interpretation. Simple and multiple linear regressions in a natural resource setting are covered in the next chapters, focusing on correlation, model fitting, re...

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  • Journal article


  • Authors : Sokolovskaya, Olga M; Plessl, Tanja; Bailey, Henry (2020)

  • Cobalamin, commonly known as vitamin B12, is an essential micronutrient for humans because of its role as an enzyme cofactor. Cobalamin is one of over a dozen structurally related compounds – cobamides – that are found in food and are produced by microorganisms in the human gut. Very little is known about how different cobamides affect B12-dependent metabolism in human cells. Here, we test in vitro how diverse cobamide cofactors affect...