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Characterization of proteins by in-cell NMR spectroscopy in cultured mammalian cells

Nature Protocols 11, 1101 (2016). doi:10.1038/nprot.2016.061 Authors: Letizia Barbieri, Enrico Luchinat & Lucia Banci In-cell NMR spectroscopy is a unique tool for characterizing biological macromolecules in their physiological environment at atomic resolution. Recent pro ... more

Comprehensive analysis of mitochondrial permeability transition pore activity in living cells using fluorescence-imaging-based techniques

Nature Protocols 11, 1067 (2016). doi:10.1038/nprot.2016.064 Authors: Massimo Bonora, Claudia Morganti, Giampaolo Morciano, Carlotta Giorgi, Mariusz R Wieckowski & Paolo Pinton Mitochondrial permeability transition (mPT) refers to a sudden increase in the permeability of ... more

A protocol for the systematic and quantitative measurement of protein–lipid interactions using the liposome-microarray-based assay

Nature Protocols 11, 1021 (2016). doi:10.1038/nprot.2016.059 Authors: Antoine-Emmanuel Saliba, Ivana Vonkova, Samy Deghou, Stefano Ceschia, Christian Tischer, Karl G Kugler, Peer Bork, Jan Ellenberg & Anne-Claude Gavin Lipids organize the activity of the cell's proteome t ... more

Contrasting 1D Tunnel-Structured and 2D Layered Polymorphs of V2O5: Relating Crystal Structure and Bonding to Band Gaps and Electronic Structure

New V2O5 polymorphs have risen to prominence as a result of their open framework struc- tures, cation intercalation properties, tunable electronic structures, and wide range of ap- plications. The application of these materials and the design of new, useful polymorphs requires understanding ... more

Detection and correction of matrix interference in inductively coupled plasma – time of flight mass spectrometry by means of aerosol dispersion

The time-dependent ratio of two ion signals is used to indicate and correct for mass-dependent matrix interference in inductively coupled plasma-time of flight mass spectrometry. A plug of sample solution is injected into the nebulizer in an air carrier by means of a two-position flow-injec ... more

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Detection and correction of matrix interference in inductively coupled plasma – time of flight mass spectrometry by means of aerosol dispersion

The time-dependent ratio of two ion signals is used to indicate and correct for mass-dependent matrix interference in inductively coupled plasma-time of flight mass spectrometry. A plug of sample solution is injected into the nebulizer in an air carrier by means of a two-position flow-injec ... more

Ultra-high-precision Nd-isotope measurements of geological materials by MC-ICPMS

We report novel techniques allowing the measurement of Nd-isotope ratios with unprecedented accuracy and precision by Multi-Collector Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry. Using the new protocol, we have measured the Nd-isotopic composition of rock and synthetic Nd standards as well ... more

A ratiometric fluorescence nanosensor for highly selective and sensitive detection of selenite

The instant and on-site detection of selenium still remains a challenge for environment monitoring and medical prevention. We herein developed a ratiometric fluorescent nanosensor for accurate and on-site sensing of SeO32- by linking the recognition molecules 3,3′-diaminobenzidine (DAB) ont ... more

Mini-pillar array for hydrogel-supported 3D culture and high-content histologic analysis of human tumor spheroids

Three-dimensional (3D) cancer cell culture models mimic the complex 3D organization and microenvironment of human solid tumor tissue and are thus considered as highly predictive models representing avascular tumor regions. Confocal laser scanning microscopy is useful for monitoring drug pen ... more

In-situ measurements of calcium carbonate dissolution under rising CO2 pressure using underwater laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy

In the present study, we applied underwater laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (underwater LIBS) for rapid in-situ measurements of calcium carbonate (CaCO3) dissolution as a function of CO2 pressure (pCO2). A pulsed Nd:YAG laser at 1064 nm was used to produce gaseous plasma in the fluid s ... more

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Contrasting 1D Tunnel-Structured and 2D Layered Polymorphs of V2O5: Relating Crystal Structure and Bonding to Band Gaps and Electronic Structure

New V2O5 polymorphs have risen to prominence as a result of their open framework struc- tures, cation intercalation properties, tunable electronic structures, and wide range of ap- plications. The application of these materials and the design of new, useful polymorphs requires understanding ... more

Photonic Nanostructures for Solar Energy Conversion

Photonic nanostructures, manipulating and confining light on the nanometer scale, provides new opportunities to improve the efficiency of solar energy conversion. Optical microcavities confine light to small volumes by resonant recirculation. Plasmonic metal nanostructures with surface plas ... more

Selective inhibition of p97 by chlorinated analogues of dehydrocurvularin

The ATPase p97 is a ubiquitin targeted segregase that uses the energy of ATP binding and hydrolysis to extract ubiquitylated substrates from biological membranes, from other proteins, or from protein complexes to carry out myriad tasks in eukaryotes. Increased p97 activity has been linked t ... more

Spiral formation at microscale by [small mu ]-pyro-electrospinning

Spiral shapes occur frequently in nature, such as in case of snail shells or in case of the so-called cochlea, namely the auditory portion of the inner ear. They also inspire many technological devices that take advantage of this geometry. Here we show that μ-pyro-electrospinning is able to ... more

Growth, thermal and laser properties of a new self-frequency-doubling Yb:CNGS crystal

CrystEngComm, 2016, Accepted ManuscriptDOI: 10.1039/C6CE01024E, Paper Xuzhao Zhang, Ying Zhou, Junyu Ren, Dazhi Lu, Haohai Yu, Zhengping Wang, S Guo, Xinguang XuThis is an Accepted Manuscript, which has been through the RSC Publishing peer review process and has been accepted for publicati ... more

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ApoA1 and ApoA1-specific self-antibodies in cardiovascular disease

ApoA1 and ApoA1-specific self-antibodies in cardiovascular disease Laboratory Investigation advance online publication, May 16 2016. doi:10.1038/labinvest.2016.56 Authors: Dimitry A Chistiakov, Alexander N Orekhov & Yuri V Bobryshev more

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Inside the USCAP Journals Laboratory Investigation 96, 494 (May 2016). doi:10.1038/labinvest.2016.47 more

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Inside the USCAP Journals Laboratory Investigation 96, 376 (April 2016). doi:10.1038/labinvest.2016.41 more

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Inside the USCAP Journals Laboratory Investigation 96, 262 (March 2016). doi:10.1038/labinvest.2016.29 more

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Inside the USCAP Journals Laboratory Investigation 96, 114 (February 2016). doi:10.1038/labinvest.2015.165 more

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MBBR followed by microfiltration and reverse osmosis as a compact alternative for advanced treatment of a pesticide‐producing industry wastewater towards reuse

Abstract The treatment of a chemical industry wastewater with the goal of reuse was evaluated in a three‐step process. First, the industrial waste stream underwent biological treatment in a two‐stage moving‐bed biofilm reactor (MBBR) system, which allowed achieving average effluent chem ... more

Synthesis of No‐glycerol biodiesel through transesterification catalyzed by CaO from different precursors

Abstract Three component mixtures of canola oil, dimethyl carbonate, and methanol, catalyzed by suspended calcium oxide (CaO) particles, produced a biodiesel that required little further processing. Only the catalyst particles needed to be recovered and re‐used. Substrates for the CaO w ... more

Applicability of bacterial biocementation in sustainable construction materials

Abstract Urease production of calcifying bacterium, Bacillus megaterium SS3 was enhanced by using response surface methodology (RSM) in current study. The preliminary screening by Plackett–Burman's design revealed that among the tested factors, glucose, urea and NaHCO3 significantly (p − ... more

A comparative study on layered cobalt hydroxides in water oxidation

ABSTRACT Oxygen evolution reaction has attracted extensive attention in energy conversion and storage technology (e. g. water splitting and rechargeable metal–air batteries). Its sluggish kinetics demands effective electrocatalysts to minimize the reaction barrier. Transition metal (oxy) ... more

Preparation of high toughness and high transparency polylactide blends resin based on multiarmed polycaprolactone‐block‐poly(l‐lactide)

Modification of poly(l‐lactide) (PLLA) via blending with two or more polymers is one of the effective approaches used to overcome the brittleness of PLLA, which often requires the addition of a compatibilizer and generate opaque materials. To solve this problem, multiarmed polycaprolactone‐ ... more

All publications on chemical engineering

Methylmercury production in a chronically sulfate-impacted sub-boreal wetland

Increased deposition of atmospheric sulfate exacerbates methylmercury (MeHg) production in freshwater wetlands by stimulating methylating bacteria, but it is unclear how methylation in sub-boreal wetlands is impacted by chronically elevated sulfate inputs, such as through mine discharges. T ... more

Nano-hydroxyapatite alleviates the detrimental effects of heavy metals on plant growth and soil microbes in e-waste-contaminated soil

The crude recycling activities of e-waste have led to the severe and complex contamination of soil in e-waste workshop topsoil (0-10 cm) by heavy metals. After nano-hydroxyapatite (NHAp)application in June 2013, plant and soil samples were obtained in November 2013, December 2013, March 201 ... more

Mitigation in toxicity of graphene oxide nanosheets towards Escherichia coli in the presence of humic acid

GO nanosheets have been reported to show strong cytotoxicity towards Escherichia coli (E. coli) in aqueous solution. Natural organic matters (NOMs) in water may probably coat on the surface of GO nanosheets, which possibly influence its cytotoxicity. In this study, we illustrated how humic ... more

Arsenate toxicity and metabolism in the halotolerant microalga Dunaliella salina under various phosphate regimes

Microalgae play an important role in arsenic (As) biogeochemical cycles as they are capable to accumulate and metabolize this metalloid efficiently. This study aimed to investigate the toxicity, accumulation and transformation of arsenate (As(V)) in Dunaliella salina, an exceptionally halot ... more

Sustainability, Vol. 8, Pages 498: An Integrated Approach to Explore the Relationship Among Economic, Construction Land Use, and Ecology Subsystems in Zhejiang Province, China

Zhejiang Province, China is experiencing rapid urbanization, facing the challenge of coupling socioeconomic development and ecological conservation. This paper establishes a comprehensive index system to assess coordinating development of economic, construction land use (CLU), and ecology s ... more

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