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Grid computing is a newly developed technology for complex systems with large-scale resource sharing and multi-institutional collaboration. The prominent feature of grid computing is the collaboration of multiple entities to perform collaborative tasks that rely on two fundamental functions: communication and resource sharing. Since the Internet is not(More)
Luminescent nanodots for protein sensing and discrimination of bacteria: Luminescent nanodots are applied as novel fluorescent probes in a sensing array. The sensing strategy uses graphene oxide (GO) for protein recognition, with displacement of fluorescent probes to generate the output. This sensing platform is a powerful tool to detect protein targets and(More)
The BSA-Cu3(PO4)2·3H2O hybrid nanoflower was used as a biomimetic catalyst with excellent catalytic activity, durability and stability. When GOx was used as the protein component, this composite could realize self-activated cascade catalysis. Our nanoflower system could also be used to decompose organic pollutants with high efficiency.
This study assessed the diversity and composition of bacterial communities in four different soils (human-, penguin-, seal-colony impacted soils and pristine soil) in the Fildes Region (King George Island, Antarctica) using 454 pyrosequencing with bacterial-specific primers targeting the 16S rRNA gene. Proteobacteria, Actinobacteria, Acidobacteria, and(More)
Herein, to mimic complex natural system, polyelectrolyte multilayer (PEM)-coated mesoporous silica nanoreactors were used to compartmentalize two different artificial enzymes. PEMs coated on the surface of mesoporous silica could serve as a permeable membrane to control the flow of molecules. When assembling hemin on the surface of mesoporous silica, the(More)
Developing methods of decreasing the harm to cell and increasing the antibacterial efficiency is becoming a potential topic of medical treatments. We demonstrated a hyaluronidase-triggered photothermal platform for killing bacteria based on silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) and graphene oxide (GO). The property of the hyaluronidase (HAase)-triggered release(More)
Artificial light-harvesting systems have received great attention for use in photosynthetic and optoelectronic devices. Herein, a system involving G-quartet-based hierarchical nanofibers generated from the self-assembly of guanosine 5'-monophosphate (GMP) and a two-step Förster resonance energy transfer (FRET) is presented that mimics natural(More)