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Solution characterization of heparin with high affinity (HA) and low affinity (LA) for antithrombin III was performed using the methods of small-angle x-ray scattering (SAXS), viscometry, and aqueous gel permeation chromatography (GPC). SAXS provided various topological parameters including the radius of gyration ([S2]1/2), radius of gyration of… (More)
An understanding of the natural conformation of dolichol is important for the elucidation of the mechanism of protein glycosylation and dolichol's other as yet undisclosed biological functions. Since the molecular mechanics method has been shown to be well suited for the prediction of alcohol and alkene conformations, we have employed it to study the… (More)
We present an analytical model describing the full electromagnetic propagation in a THz time-domain spectroscopy (THz-TDS) system, from the THz pulses via Optical Rectification to the detection via Electro Optic-Sampling. While several investigations deal singularly with the many elements that constitute a THz-TDS, in our work we pay particular attention to… (More)
We demonstrate spatial solitons via twin-beam second-harmonic generation in hexagonal lattices realized by poling lithium niobate planar waveguides. These simultons can be steered by acting on power, direction, and wavelength of the fundamental frequency input.
We demonstrate two-dimensional spatial solitons excited by near-infrared picosecond pulses in Kerr-like heavy metal oxide glasses with a nonlinearity one order of magnitude larger than in fused silica. Solitons were obtained at 820 nm owing to the presence of multiphoton absorption, which prevented catastrophic collapse.