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Binding of peptides with basic residues to membranes containing acidic phospholipids.
There are clusters of basic amino acids on many cytoplasmic proteins that bind transiently to membranes (e.g., protein kinase C) as well as on the cytoplasmic domain of many intrinsic membraneExpand
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Conformational changes of melittin upon insertion into phospholipid monolayer and vesicle.
Two model systems were used to study the conformational changes of melittin upon insertion into phospholipid. The first model system is phospholipid monolayers with different surface pressure. TheExpand
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Guanine nucleotides inhibit agonist‐stimulated arachidonic acid release in both intact and saponin‐permeabilized human platelets
The effects of guanine nucleotides on arachidonic acid (AA) release were studied in intact and saponin‐permeabilized human platelets. While GTP[S] itself caused a stimulation of AA release inExpand
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Serine racemase with catalytically active lysinoalanyl residue.
Serine racemase synthesizes d-serine, a physiological agonist of the NMDA receptor in mammalian brains. Schizosaccharomyces pombe produces serine racemase (spSR) that is highly similar to the brainExpand
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Integration of purification with immobilization of Candida rugosa lipase for kinetic resolution of racemic ketoprofen.
The two processes for the partial purification and for the immobilization of a crude lipase preparation (Candida rugosa Lipase OF) have been successfully integrated into one by simple adsorption ofExpand
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Improved Catalytic Performance of Bacillusmegaterium Epoxide Hydrolase in a Medium Containing Tween‐80
A new epoxide hydrolase with high enantioselectivity toward ( R)‐glycidyl phenyl ether ( R‐GPE) was partially purified from Bacillus megaterium strain ECU1001. The maximum activity of the isolatedExpand
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A simple and practical method for the preparation of (S)-Ketoprofen (2-(3-benzoylphenyl) propionic acid) has been developed through the hydrolysis of its chloroethyl ester catalyzed by a cheap andExpand
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Multi-quadric quasi-interpolation method coupled with FDM for the Degasperis-Procesi equation
  • H. Wu, Y. Duan
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
  • Appl. Math. Comput.
  • 1 February 2016
In this paper, the Degasperis-Procesi (DP) equation which contains nonlinear high order derivatives and discontinuous solutions is recast to its equivalent form: u - P . Based on the equivalentExpand
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Efficient resolution of a chiral alcohol (RS)-HMPC by enzymatic transesterification with vinyl acetate using surfactant-modified lipase
Abstract A synthetic surfactant, didodecyl N- d -glucono- l -glutamate (DGG), was used for modification of Pseudomonas sp. lipase (Lipase PS) to prepare optically pureExpand
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Conformational changes of proteins at an interface induced by a supported planar phosphatidic acid monolayer.
Conformational changes of two types of proteins, water-soluble proteins (BSA and myoglobin) and membrane-associated protein (cytochrome c), induced by a negatively charged supported planarExpand
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