Tatyana Shcherbakova

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Protein stability provides advantageous development of novel properties and can be crucial in affording tolerance to mutations that introduce functionally preferential phenotypes. Consequently, understanding the determining factors for protein stability is important for the study of structure-function relationship and design of novel protein functions.(More)
Methods of wide-angle X-ray scattering (WAXS), high resolution solid-state 13C NMR, and Fourier transform IR-spectroscopy are applied to study supermolecular structures and functional compositions of lignocellulose samples of wood and grass origins and powdered celluloses (PC) obtained from them under identical hydrolysis conditions. It was shown by WAXS(More)
This project studies the dependence of the physical and chemical properties of powdered cellulose on their natural origin and conditions of preparation. We studied the effect of chemical composition and properties of the original native cellulose on the general characteristics of the powdered and microcrystalline cellulose obtained from arboreal and(More)
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