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Reversal of axonal loss and disability in a mouse model of progressive multiple sclerosis.
Axonal degeneration is an important determinant of progressive neurological disability in multiple sclerosis (MS). Thus, therapeutic approaches promoting neuroprotection could aid the treatment ofExpand
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Citrate-capped gold nanoparticle electrophoretic heat production in response to a time-varying radiofrequency electric-field.
The evaluation of heat production from gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) irradiated with radiofrequency (RF) energy has been problematic due to Joule heating of their background ionic buffer suspensions.Expand
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In vitro synthesis of uniform poly(dG)–poly(dC) by Klenow exo− fragment of polymerase I
In this paper, we describe a production procedure of the one-to-one double helical complex of poly(dG)–poly(dC), characterized by a well-defined length (up to 10 kb) and narrow size distribution ofExpand
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Interaction of c(60)-fullerene and carboxyfullerene with proteins: docking and binding site alignment.
The unique properties of fullerenes have raised the interest of using them for biomedical applications. Within this framework, the interactions of fullerenes with proteins have been an excitingExpand
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Systemic Gene Silencing in Primary T Lymphocytes Using Targeted Lipid Nanoparticles.
Modulating T cell function by down-regulating specific genes using RNA interference (RNAi) holds tremendous potential in advancing targeted therapies in many immune-related disorders includingExpand
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Formation and characterization of stable human serum albumin-tris-malonic acid [C60]fullerene complex.
The preparation and characterization of the stable human serum albumin (HSA)-C3 isomer of tris-malonic acid [C60]fullerene complex is reported. Other than the anti-fullerene antibody, a stableExpand
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Formation of a Soluble Stable Complex between Pristine C60‐Fullerene and a Native Blood Protein
Concern is growing about the potential impact of human exposure to carbonaceous nanomaterials (such as fullerenes) in the environment. A valid biological study of how native biomolecules interactExpand
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Electron Transfer at Electrodes through Conjugated “Molecular Wire” Bridges
Electron-transfer rates and electronic coupling factors for ferrocene groups attached to gold electrodes via oligo(phenylethynyl) “molecular wire” bridges of variable length and structure areExpand
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Soluble Ferrocene Conjugates for Incorporation into Self-Assembled Monolayers.
A series of phenylethynyl oligomers (I-V) possessing a ferrocene and thiol at each termini have been synthesized. These oligomers have been designed to overcome the inherent insolubility of thisExpand
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Highly energetic compositions based on functionalized carbon nanomaterials.
In recent years, research in the field of carbon nanomaterials (CNMs), such as fullerenes, expanded graphite (EG), carbon nanotubes (CNTs), graphene, and graphene oxide (GO), has been widely used inExpand
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