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Microfibrillar structure of type I collagen in situ
TLDR
The molecular packing structure of collagen shown here provides information concerning the potential modes of action of two prominent molecules involved in human health and disease: decorin and the Matrix Metallo-Proteinase (MMP) collagenase.
Structure of Cellulose Microfibrils in Primary Cell Walls from Collenchyma1[C][W][OA]
TLDR
Using a combination of x-ray and neutron scattering methods with vibrational and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, it is shown that celery collenchyma microfibrils were 2.9 to 3.0 nm in mean diameter, with a most probable structure containing 24 chains in cross section, arranged in eight hydrogen-bonded sheets of three chains, with extensive disorder in lateral packing, conformation, and hydrogen bonding.
The survival of organic matter in bone: a review
If bone is considered as a composite of collagen (protein) and bioapatite (mineral), then three pathways of diagenesis are identified: (1) chemical deterioration of the organic phase; (2) chemical
Microfibrillar structure of type I collagen in situ.
TLDR
The molecular packing structure of collagen shown here provides information concerning the potential modes of action of two prominent molecules involved in human health and disease: decorin and the Matrix Metallo-Proteinase (MMP) collagenase.
Molecular phylogeny of the extinct cave lion Panthera leo spelaea.
Collagen fibril form and function.
  • T. Wess
  • Biology
    Advances in protein chemistry
  • 2005
Microfibril diameter in celery collenchyma cellulose: X-ray scattering and NMR evidence
Cellulose isolated from celery collenchyma is typical of the low-crystallinity celluloses that can be isolated from primary cell-walls of higher plants, except that it is oriented with high
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