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The ClusPro web server for protein–protein docking

Nature Protocols 12, 255 (2017). doi:10.1038/nprot.2016.169 Authors: Dima Kozakov, David R Hall, Bing Xia, Kathryn A Porter, Dzmitry Padhorny, Christine Yueh, Dmitri Beglov & Sandor Vajda The ClusPro server (https://cluspro.org) is a widely used tool for protein–protein d ... more

Advances in the field of single-particle cryo-electron microscopy over the last decade

Nature Protocols 12, 209 (2017). doi:10.1038/nprot.2017.004 Author: Joachim Frank In single-particle cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-EM), molecules suspended in a thin aqueous layer are rapidly frozen and imaged at cryogenic temperature in the transmission electron microsc ... more

Recent advances in engineering microparticles and their nascent utilization in biomedical delivery and diagnostic applications

Complex microparticles (MPs) bearing unique characteristics such as well-tailored sizes, various morphologies, and multi-compartments have been attempted to be produced by many researchers in the past decades. However, a conventionally used method of fabricating MPs, emulsion polymerization ... more

Copper-promoted [2+2+2] annulation of 1,n-enynes through decomposition of azobis(alkyl nitrile)s

A novel copper-promoted [2+2+2] annulation of 1,n-enynes with azobis(alkyl nitrile)s and H2O for the synthesis of diverse 7,8-dihydrophenanthridine-6,9(5H,6aH)-diones and fluorene is described. The reaction proceeds via the decomposition of azobis(alkyl nitrile)s into the cyanoalkyl radical ... more

Characterising molecules for fundamental physics : an accurate spectroscopic model of methyltrioxorhenium derived from new infrared and millimetre-wave measurements

Precise spectroscopic analysis of polyatomic molecules enables many striking advances in physical chemistry and fundamental physics. We use several new high-resolution spectroscopic devices to improve our understanding of the rotational and rovibrational structure of methyltrioxorhenium (MT ... more

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Recent advances in engineering microparticles and their nascent utilization in biomedical delivery and diagnostic applications

Complex microparticles (MPs) bearing unique characteristics such as well-tailored sizes, various morphologies, and multi-compartments have been attempted to be produced by many researchers in the past decades. However, a conventionally used method of fabricating MPs, emulsion polymerization ... more

A lab-on-a-chip for monolith-based preconcentration and electrophoresis separation of phosphopeptides

A microdevice combining online preconcentration and separation of phosphopeptides was developed in a glass microchip. An ethylene glycol methacrylate phosphate (EGMP), acrylamide (AM) and bisacrylamide (BAA) based monolith was synthesized within microchannels through a photo-driven process. ... more

Assessment of coulometric array electrochemical detection coupled with HPLC-UV for the absolute quantitation of pharmaceuticals

The use of a coulometric array detector in tandem with HPLC-UV was evaluated for the absolute quantitation of pharmaceutical compounds without standards, an important capability gap in contemporary pharmaceutical research and development. The high-efficiency LC flow-through electrochemical ... more

High-selectivity cytology via lab-on-a-disc western blotting of individual cells

Cytology of sparingly available cell samples from both clinical and experimental settings would benefit from high-selectivity protein tools. To minimize cell handling losses in sparse samples, we design a multi-stage assay using a lab-on-a-disc that integrates cell handling and subsequent s ... more

Quantitative bioimaging of Ca, Fe, Cu and Zn in breast cancer tissues by LA-ICP-MS

In recent years, several studies have shown that concentrations of essential trace elements naturally present in breast tissues (e.g. Ca, Fe, Cu and Zn) may be significantly increased in breast cancer tissues. This is not surprising because essential elements are responsible for a great num ... more

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Copper-promoted [2+2+2] annulation of 1,n-enynes through decomposition of azobis(alkyl nitrile)s

A novel copper-promoted [2+2+2] annulation of 1,n-enynes with azobis(alkyl nitrile)s and H2O for the synthesis of diverse 7,8-dihydrophenanthridine-6,9(5H,6aH)-diones and fluorene is described. The reaction proceeds via the decomposition of azobis(alkyl nitrile)s into the cyanoalkyl radical ... more

Characterising molecules for fundamental physics : an accurate spectroscopic model of methyltrioxorhenium derived from new infrared and millimetre-wave measurements

Precise spectroscopic analysis of polyatomic molecules enables many striking advances in physical chemistry and fundamental physics. We use several new high-resolution spectroscopic devices to improve our understanding of the rotational and rovibrational structure of methyltrioxorhenium (MT ... more

Synthesis of 2-acyl-benzo[1,3-d]selenazoles via domino oxidative cyclization of methyl ketones with bis(2-aminophenyl) diselenide

A general, practical and simple one-pot synthesis of 2-acyl-benzo[1,3-d]selenazoles was developed by reacting a wide range of 2-arylethane-1,2-diones, generated in situ from commercially available aryl methyl ketones, with bis(2-aminophenyl) diselenide, promoted by Na2S2O5 in DMSO at 100 °C ... more

Hydrophilicity/hydrophobicity modulated synthesis of nano-crystalline and hierarchically structured TS-1 zeolites

Nanosized crystals or hierarchically structured materials are considered to be two important options to enhance the mass transportation efficiency in microporous zeolites. Herein, we first present a highly efficient gel-crystallization approach for the synthesis of TS-1 nanocrystals with an ... more

A single-molecule FRET sensor for monitoring DNA synthesis in real time

We developed a versatile DNA assay and framework for monitoring polymerization of DNA in real time and at the single-molecule level. The assay consists of an acceptor labelled DNA primer annealed to a DNA template that is labelled on its single stranded, downstream overhang with a donor flu ... more

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Malignant melanoma of sun-protected sites: a review of clinical, histological, and molecular features

Malignant melanoma of sun-protected sites: a review of clinical, histological, and molecular features Laboratory Investigation advance online publication, January 16 2017. doi:10.1038/labinvest.2016.147 Authors: Emily A Merkel & Pedram Gerami more

Unexpected UVR and non-UVR mutation burden in some acral and cutaneous melanomas

Unexpected UVR and non-UVR mutation burden in some acral and cutaneous melanomas Laboratory Investigation advance online publication, January 9 2017. doi:10.1038/labinvest.2016.143 Authors: Robert V Rawson, Peter A Johansson, Nicholas K Hayward, Nicola Waddell, Ann-Marie Patch ... more

The NF1 gene in tumor syndromes and melanoma

The NF1 gene in tumor syndromes and melanoma Laboratory Investigation advance online publication, January 9 2017. doi:10.1038/labinvest.2016.142 Authors: Maija Kiuru & Klaus J Busam more

Inside the USCAP Journals

Inside the USCAP Journals Laboratory Investigation 97, 2 (January 2017). doi:10.1038/labinvest.2016.136 more

Lymphatic invasion and angiotropism in primary cutaneous melanoma

Lymphatic invasion and angiotropism in primary cutaneous melanoma Laboratory Investigation advance online publication, December 19 2016. doi:10.1038/labinvest.2016.131 Authors: Andrea P Moy, Lyn M Duncan & Stefan Kraft more

All publications on lab technology

Chinese process safety management core elements and control measures

With the popularization and application of chemical process safety management (PSM) systems in the chemical industry, the use of such systems in China has become the focus of a large volume of research. In this article, 12 elements included in the current Chinese PSM system are divided into ... more

Effect of nitrogen doping on the catalytic activity of activated carbon and distribution of oxidation products in catalytic wet oxidation of phenol

Abstract nitrogen‐containing functional groups were introduced into activated carbon (AC) by amination at high temperatures to investigate their effects on the catalytic activity and distribution of products in the catalytic wet air oxidation (CWAO) of phenol at 120 and 160 °C. The resu ... more

PEG‐based organic–inorganic hybrid coatings prepared by the sol–gel dip‐coating process for biomedical applications

In the present work the application of functional coatings on metallic implants was proposed to delay implant failure by improving tissue tolerance and implant osseointegration. Three bioactive and biocompatible organic–inorganic hybrid nanocomposites, consisting of polyethylene glycol (PEG ... more

On detection of micro‐scale mass‐transport regimes in supercritical fluid extraction

Abstract The problem of detecting supercritical fluid extraction regime on the particle scale level is discussed in the framework of a generalized multi‐parameter model, which includes shrinking‐core (SC) and broken‐intact‐cells (BIC) approaches as its limiting cases. The model explicitl ... more

3‐D numerical simulations for polycondensation of poly(p‐phenylene terephthalamide) in twin screw extruder

Poly(p‐phenylene terephthalamide) (PPTA) is a typical high‐performance fiber and usually synthesized by low temperature solution polycondensation in twin screw extruder. During the reactive extrusion, flow behavior, rheokinetics, and temperature are highly coupled, which makes it difficult ... more

All publications on chemical engineering

Linear free energy relationships for adsorption of volatile organic compounds onto multiwall carbon nanotubes at different relative humidity: Comparison with organoclays and ac ...

Accurate prediction on the sorption coefficients of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) on nanoscale carbon nanotubes (CNTs) is of major importance for developing effective VOC removal process and risk assessment on released nanomaterials carrying contaminants. Linear free energy relationship ... more

Quantifying the Equilibrium Partitioning of Substituted Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Aerosols and Clouds using COSMOtherm

Functional groups attached to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) can significantly modify the environmental fate of the parent compound. Equilibrium partition coefficients, which are essential for describing the environmental phase distribution of a compound, are largely unavailable fo ... more

News from Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts

News from the Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts editorial team. more

Sustainability, Vol. 9, Pages 150: Sustainability Evaluation of Railways in China Using a Two-Stage Network DEA Model with Undesirable Outputs and Shared Resources

This paper constructs an additive two-stage network DEA (data envelopment analysis) model with consideration of undesirable outputs and shared inputs. Following the triple bottom line standard of sustainability, we calculate both the overall and sub-stage sustainability performance of railw ... more

Sustainability, Vol. 9, Pages 160: Facilitation as a Governance Strategy: Unravelling Governments’ Facilitation Frames

Governments increasingly choose facilitation as a strategy to entice others to produce public goods and services, including in relation to the realisation of sustainable energy innovations. An important instrument to implement this governance strategy is discursive framing. To learn how pub ... more

All publications on environmental technology
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