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The effect of storage time on textural and crumb grain characteristics of sourdough wheat bread
Abstract. Texture and crumb grain characteristics are two major quality attributes of bread products. Instrumental methods for measuring textural properties are widely used as tools for the objectiveExpand
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Protein Interactions in the Escherichia coli Cytosol: An Impediment to In‐Cell NMR Spectroscopy
Protein science is shifting towards experiments performed under native or native‐like conditions. In‐cell NMR spectroscopy for instance has the potential to reveal protein structure and dynamicsExpand
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Fatal fulminant hepatic failure induced by a natural therapy containing kava
We describe a case of acute liver failure and death associated with the use of a preparation containing the "natural" anxiolytic kava (Piper methysticum) and passionflower (Passiflora incarnata). TheExpand
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Herpes zoster brachial plexus neuritis.
This is the first report of brachial plexus inflammation associated with clinical herpes zoster paresis. A 78-year-old female with a 3-week history of herpes zoster of the C4, C5, and C6 dermatomesExpand
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Influence of Additives and Mixing Time on Crumb Grain Characteristics of Wheat Bread
ABSTRACT The effect of additives and processing parameters on wheat bread were investigated objectively using image analysis (IA). Five different bread types were produced by varying the ingredientsExpand
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Cation–π interactions in protein–protein interfaces
Arginine is an abundant residue in protein–protein interfaces. The importance of this residue relates to the versatility of its side chain in intermolecular interactions. Different classes ofExpand
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Hydrophobic interactions in a cyanobacterial plastocyanin-cytochrome f complex.
The complex of the photosynthetic redox partners plastocyanin and cytochrome f from the thermophilic cyanobacterium, Phormidium laminosum, was investigated by nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR).Expand
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The architecture of the binding site in redox protein complexes: Implications for fast dissociation
Interprotein electron transfer is characterized by protein interactions on the millisecond time scale. Such transient encounters are ensured by extremely high rates of complex dissociation.Expand
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Close encounters of the transient kind: protein interactions in the photosynthetic redox chain investigated by NMR spectroscopy.
Plastocyanin and cytochrome c(6) function as electron shuttles between cytochrome f and photosystem I in the photosynthetic redox chain. To transfer electrons the partners form transient complexes,Expand
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Protein assembly mediated by sulfonatocalix[4]arene.
A crystal structure of lysozyme in complex with p-sulfonato-calix[4]arene (sclx4) reveals a linear assembly of protein tetramers glued together by protein-calixarene interactions. One interactionExpand
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