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The self-assembly of bis-biotinylated double-stranded DNA and the tetravalent biotin-binding protein streptavidin (STV) have been studied by non-denaturing gel electrophoresis and atomic force microscopy (AFM). The rapid self-assembly reproducibly generated populations of individual oligomeric complexes. Most strikingly, the oligomers predominantly(More)
The gas flow in shale matrix is of great research interests for optimized shale gas extraction. The gas flow in the nano-scale pore may fall in flow regimes such as viscous flow, slip flow and Knudsen diffusion. A 3-dimensional nano-scale pore network model was developed to simulate dynamic gas flow, and to describe the transient properties of flow regimes.(More)
The matrix protein 1 (M1) is the most abundant structural protein in influenza A virus particles. It oligomerizes to form the matrix layer under the lipid membrane, sustaining stabilization of the morphology of the virion. The present study indicates that M1 forms oligomers based on a fourfold symmetrical oligomerization pattern. Further analysis revealed(More)
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