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Biochemical, structural, and molecular genetic aspects of halophilism.
Publisher Summary The study of halobacteria relates to a better understanding of evolutionary relationships. Halophilic enzymes are very unstable in low salt concentrations. Because some of theExpand
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Seal formation is affected by clay dispersion, and both parameters depend on the same soil and soil solution properties. Since clay dispersion can be determined easily in the laboratory, its use forExpand
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Sodic Calcareous Soil Reclamation as Affected by Water Chemical Composition and Flow Rate
Sodic soils exhibit poor physical conditions that adversely influence water and air movement, soil erodibility, and plant growth. This study investigated the efficiency of naturally occurring CaCO 3Expand
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Kerr spatiotemporal self-focusing in a planar glass waveguide.
We observed simultaneous focusing in both space and time for light pulses propagating in a planar waveguide. In particular, 60 fs pulses with a width of 170 microm were injected into a planar glassExpand
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Birth of the macromolecule.
  • H. Eisenberg
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Biophysical chemistry
  • 16 April 1996
The science of chemistry has made considerable advances over the last few hundred years in the characterization of "small" molecules which can be purified and studied by melting, distillation,Expand
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Scattering correction to the absorbance, wavelength dependence of the refractive index increment, and molecular weight of the bovine liver glutamate dehydrogenase oligomer and subunits
The wavelength dependence of the refractive index increments of bovine serum albumin and bovine liver glutamate dehydrogenase solutions was determined in the range 650–300 nm. It was shown, byExpand
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Thermodynamics and the structure of biological macromolecules. Rozhinkes mit mandeln.
  • H. Eisenberg
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • European journal of biochemistry
  • 1990
In this review, I will discuss the role of thermodynamics in both the determination and evaluation of the structure of biological macromolecules. The presentation relates to the historical context,Expand
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DNA flexing, folding, and function
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Analytical ultracentrifugation in a Gibbsian perspective.
  • H. Eisenberg
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Biophysical chemistry
  • 15 December 2000
The analytical ultracentrifuge has come into new intensive use following complete instrumental redesign and the use of advanced computer technologies for the analysis and interpretation ofExpand
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