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Structural and molecular genetic insight into a widespread sulfur oxidation pathway.
- C. Dahl, Andrea Schulte, +6 authors D. H. Shin
- Biology, Medicine
- Journal of molecular biology
- 31 December 2008
Many environmentally important photo- and chemolithoautotrophic bacteria accumulate globules of polymeric, water-insoluble sulfur as a transient product during oxidation of reduced sulfur compounds.… Expand
Optimum solubility (OS) screening: an efficient method to optimize buffer conditions for homogeneity and crystallization of proteins.
- J. Jancarik, R. Pufan, Connie Hong, S. H. Kim, R. Kim
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Acta crystallographica. Section D, Biological…
- 1 September 2004
One of the most critical steps in the preparation of protein samples for structural studies by X-ray crystallography is to obtain biochemically pure and conformationally homogenous protein samples.… Expand
Print-and-Peel Fabrication for Microfluidics: What’s in it for Biomedical Applications?
- Marlon S. Thomas, Brent Millare, Joseph M. Clift, Duoduo Bao, Connie Hong, V. Vullev
- Medicine, Engineering
- Annals of Biomedical Engineering
- 7 November 2009
This article reviews the development and the advances of print-and-peel (PAP) microfabrication. PAP techniques provide means for facile and expedient prototyping of microfluidic devices. Therefore,… Expand
Print-and-peel fabrication of microelectrodes.
- Connie Hong, Duoduo Bao, Marlon S. Thomas, Joseph M. Clift, V. Vullev
- Medicine, Chemistry
- Langmuir : the ACS journal of surfaces and…
- 22 July 2008
We describe a facile and expedient approach for the fabrication of arrays of microelectrodes on smooth substrates. A sequence of print-and-peel procedures allowed for the microfabrication of… Expand
A Novel, Q‐PCR Based Approach to Measuring Endogenous Retroviral Clearance by Capture Protein A Chromatography
- M. Zhang, S. Lute, +8 authors Qi Chen
- Medicine, Chemistry
- Biotechnology and bioengineering
- 1 April 2009
Quantification of virus removal by the purification process during production is required for clinical use of biopharmaceuticals. The current validation approach for virus removal by chromatography… Expand