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Structural analysis of porcine brain nitric oxide synthase reveals a role for tetrahydrobiopterin and L‐arginine in the formation of an SDS‐resistant dimer.
Nitric oxide synthases (NOSs), which catalyze the formation of the ubiquitous biological messenger molecule nitric oxide, represent unique cytochrome P‐450s, containing reductase and mono‐oxygenaseExpand
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Characterization and potential applications of nanostructured aqueous dispersions.
  • A. Yaghmur, O. Glatter
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Advances in colloid and interface science
  • 1 March 2009
The present article highlights recent advances and current status in the characterization and the utilization of nanostructured aqueous dispersions in which the submicron-sized dispersed particlesExpand
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Solving the generalized indirect Fourier transformation (GIFT) by Boltzmann simplex simulated annealing (BSSA)
The structure of colloidal particles can be studied with small-angle X-ray and neutron scattering (SAXS and SANS). In the case of randomly oriented systems, the indirect Fourier transformation (IFT)Expand
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Adsorption of anionic and cationic surfactants on anionic colloids: supercharging and destabilization.
We present herein a study on the adsorption of anionic (SDS), cationic (CTAB), and nonionic (C(12)E(5)) surfactants onto anionic silica nanoparticles. The effects of this adsorption are studied byExpand
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Self-assembled structures and pKa value of oleic acid in systems of biological relevance.
In the human digestion process, triglycerides are hydrolyzed by lipases to monoglycerides and the corresponding fatty acids. Here we report the self-assembly of structures in biologically relevant,Expand
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The effect of enzyme concentration on the rate of the hydrolysis of cellulose
The relationship among extent of hydrolysis, reaction time, and enzyme dosage was investigated. For this, Sigmacell 50 and pretreated poplar wood (20 g/L) was hydrolyzed with varying dosages ofExpand
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Effects of Reagent and Enzymatically Generated Hypochlorite on Physicochemical and Metabolic Properties of High Density Lipoproteins*
Myeloperoxidase (MPO), a protein secreted by activated phagocytes, may be a potential candidate for the generation of modified/oxidized lipoproteins in vivo via intermediate formation of HOCl, aExpand
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Emulsified microemulsions and oil-containing liquid crystalline phases.
Self-assembled nanostructures, such as inverted type mesophases of the cubic or hexagonal geometry or reverse microemulsion phases, can be dispersed using a polymeric stabilizer, such as theExpand
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Room Temperature Activates Human Blood Platelets
Temperatures ranging from room temperature (20° C) to 42° C are generally not considered to have an activating effect on platelets. However, this assumption is not supported by clinical phenomenaExpand
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Crystallography of dispersed liquid crystalline phases studied by cryo‐transmission electron microscopy
Low molecular weight surfactants, for example monoglycerides and phospholipids, form a multitude of self‐assembled structures, such as inverted cubic or hexagonal mesophases, if brought into contactExpand
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