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Fibrillar structure and mechanical properties of collagen.
- P. Fratzl, K. Misof, I. Zizak, G. Rapp, H. Amenitsch, S. Bernstorff
- BiologyJournal of Structural Biology
It was observed that the strain within collagen fibrils is always considerably smaller than in the whole tendon, which points toward the existence of additional gliding processes occurring at the interfibrillar level.
A combined mechanical and X‐ray diffraction study of stretch potentiation in single frog muscle fibres
Structural data are compatible with mechanical data if the axial dispersion of attached heads is doubled during steady lengthening and recovers half‐way towards the original isometric value during after‐stretch potentiation.
Structural information from multilamellar liposomes at full hydration: full q-range fitting with high quality x-ray data.
- G. Pabst, M. Rappolt, H. Amenitsch, P. Laggner
- Chemistry, PhysicsPhysical review. E, Statistical physics, plasmas…
- 21 February 2000
A method is presented for analyzing small angle x-ray scattering data on multilamellar phospholipid bilayer systems at full hydration using a modified Caillé theory structure factor in combination with a Gaussian model representation of the electron density profile that can retrieve structural information even if only a few orders of diffraction are observed.
Structural and Functional Insights into the DNA Replication Factor Cdc45 Reveal an Evolutionary Relationship to the DHH Family of Phosphoesterases*
- I. Krastanova, V. Sannino, H. Amenitsch, O. Gileadi, F. Pisani, S. Onesti
- BiologyJournal of Biological Chemistry
- 6 December 2011
A bioinformatic analysis shows a weak but significant relationship among eukaryotic Cdc45 proteins and a large family of phosphoesterases that has been described as the DHH family, including inorganic pyrophosphatases and RecJ ssDNA exonucleases.
Fundamentals of Mesostructuring Through Evaporation‐Induced Self‐Assembly
This article gives an overall view of the mechanisms involved in the mesostructuring that takes place during the formation of surfactant‐templated inorganic materials by evaporation. Since such a…
First performance assessment of the small-angle X-ray scattering beamline at ELETTRA.
- H. Amenitsch, M. Rappolt, M. Kriechbaum, H. Mio, P. Laggner, S. Bernstorff
- PhysicsJournal of Synchrotron Radiation
- 1 May 1998
The double-focusing high-flux wiggler beamline dedicated to small-angle X-ray scattering (SAXS) and wide-angle OXS at ELETTRA has gone into user operation recently.
Characteristics of mineral particles in the human bone/cartilage interface.
Effect of polyethyleneglycol (PEG) chain length on the bio-nano-interactions between PEGylated lipid nanoparticles and biological fluids: from nanostructure to uptake in cancer cells.
It is demonstrated that MC-PEG2k is the best compromise between an anti-opsonization strategy and active targeting and could be a promising candidate to treat prostate cancer in vivo.
Structural characterization of siliceous spicules from marine sponges.
Performance and First Results of the ELETTRA High‐Flux Beamline for Small‐Angle X‐ray Scattering
A new beamline for small-angle X-ray scattering (SAXS) has recently been constructed and is presently under final commissioning at the 2 GeV storage ring ELETTRA. It has been designed specifically…