S. M. Voigt

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About one fourth of the peptidic macromolecular structures deposited in the protein data base (PDB) contain at least one disulfide bridge. In nature, disulfide bonds are formed in a milieu where oxidizing conditions prevail, for example, on the cell surface or in the extracellular matrix. Many proteins benefit from disulfide contributions to their(More)
For properties characterization of nanostructured materials and simultaneously to predict their reliability a tensile testing system consisting of a thermal actuator and a lateral nano-Newton force piezoresistive sensor is presented. The implementation of a piezoresistive load sensor in a MEMS-based tensile testing system can be regarded as an innovative(More)
Global warming, changes in the hydrological cycle and enhanced marine primary productivity all have been invoked as having contributed to the occurrence of widespread ocean anoxia during the Cenomanian–Turonian oceanic anoxic event (OAE2; ∼ 94 Ma), but disentangling these factors on a regional scale has remained problematic. In an attempt to separate these(More)
During recent years several peptide-based Ni superoxide dismutase (NiSOD) models have been developed. These NiSOD models show an important structural difference compared to the native NiSOD enzyme, which could cause a completely different mechanism of superoxide dismutation. In the native enzyme the peptide bond between Leu4 and Pro5 is cis-configured,(More)
Transmission line-based multi-channel solid state NMR probes have many advantages regarding the cost of construction, number of RF-channels, and achievable RF-power levels. Nevertheless, these probes are only rarely employed in solid state-NMR-labs, mainly owing to the difficult experimental determination of the necessary RF-parameters. Here, the efficient(More)
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