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Adenosine deaminase polymorphism in man
1 A new and specific method for the study of adenosine deaminase isozymes is described. 2 Examination of red‐cell lysates has revealed three genetically determined electrophoretically different ADAExpand
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Acid−Base Controllable Molecular Shuttles†
Two novel [2]rotaxanes, comprised of a dibenzo[24]crown-8 (DB24C8) macroring bound mechanically to a chemical “dumbbell” possessing two different recognition sitesviz., secondary dialkylammoniumExpand
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A [2] Catenane Made to Order
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Partial purification and properties of the common inherited forms of adenosine deaminase from human erythrocytes.
1. The partial purification of adenosine deaminase, types 1, 2 and 2-1, from human erythrocytes is described. 2. The isoenzyme components characteristic of the three forms of the enzyme wereExpand
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A Chemically and Electrochemically Switchable [2]Catenane Incorporating a Tetrathiafulvalene Unit.
A mechanical switch in a [2]catenane, made up of a cyclobis(paraquat-p-phenylene) tetracation interlocked with a macrocyclic polyether containing a redox-active tetrathiafulvalene (TTF) unit and aExpand
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Selective fluorescence detection of fluoride using boronic acids
Fluorescent PET (photoinduced electron transfer) sensors 1,2 and 3 with boronic acid receptor units show F– selective fluorescent quenching in aqueous solution at pH 5.5.
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Kinetic studies with muscle acylphosphatase.
Abstract 1. 1.|We have established that catalysis of acyl phosphate hydrolyses by muscle acylphosphatase (acyl phosphate phosphohydrolase, EC is competitively inhibited by the orthophosphateExpand
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The complexation of tetrathiafulvalene by cyclobis(Paraquat-p-phenylene)
The powerful π-electron donor, tetrathiafulvalene, forms a strong green-coloured 1 : 1 complex with the π-electron accepting tetracationic cyclophane, cyclobis(Paraquat-p-phenylene), in both theExpand
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Self-Assembly of (n)Rotaxanes Bearing Dendritic Stoppers ┴
We have developed a synthetic approach to the self-assembly of [2]-, [3]-, and [4]rotaxanes, incorporating bis-p-phenylene-34-crown-10 as the ring component(s) surrounding bipyridinium-basedExpand
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