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Automatic camera and range sensor calibration using a single shot
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We present a toolbox with web interface for fully automatic camera- to-camera and camera-to-range calibration and demonstrate its effectiveness under various conditions. Expand
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S‐layers: principles and applications
Abstract Monomolecular arrays of protein or glycoprotein subunits forming surface layers (S‐layers) are one of the most commonly observed prokaryotic cell envelope components. S‐layers are generallyExpand
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S-layers as a tool kit for nanobiotechnological applications.
Crystalline bacterial cell surface layers (S-layers) have been identified in a great number of different species of bacteria and represent an almost universal feature of archaea. Isolated nativeExpand
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Characterization and use of crystalline bacterial cell surface layers
Abstract Crystalline bacterial cell surface layers (S-layers) are one of the most common outermost cell envelope components of prokaryotic organisms (archaea and bacteria). S-layers are monomolecularExpand
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Characterization of CurcuEmulsomes: nanoformulation for enhanced solubility and delivery of curcumin
BackgroundCurcumin is a polyphenolic compound isolated from the rhizomes of the plantCurcuma longa and shows intrinsic anti-cancer properties. Its medical useremains limited due to its extremely lowExpand
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Hydroxybenzoic and hydroxycinnamic acid derivatives in soft fruits
Abstract Quinic acid and glucose esters of hydroxycinnamic acids and glucosides of hydroxycinnamic and hydroxybenzoic acids have been determined by capillary GC and HPLC in soft fruits. The resultsExpand
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S-layer coated emulsomes as potential nanocarriers.
The present study introduces a novel nanocarrier system comprising lipidic emulsomes and S-layer (fusion) proteins as functionalizing tools coating the surface. Emulsomes composed of a solidExpand
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S-layers as patterning elements for application in nanobiotechnology.
Two-dimensional bacterial cell surface layer protein crystals (S-layers) are the most commonly observed cell surface structure in bacteria and archaea. Isolated S-layer proteins have the intrinsicExpand
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S‐Layers as a basic building block in a molecular construction kit
Crystalline arrays of protein or glycoprotein subunits forming surface layers (S‐layers) are the most common outermost envelope components of prokaryotic organisms (archaea and bacteria). The wealthExpand
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Self-assembled alpha-hemolysin pores in an S-layer-supported lipid bilayer.
The effects of a supporting proteinaceous surface-layer (S-layer) from Bacillus coagulans E38-66 on a 1,2-diphytanoyl-sn-glycero-3-phosphatidylcholine (DPhPC) bilayer were investigated. ComparativeExpand
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