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Photomodulation of DNA‐templated supramolecular assemblies

03-Nov-2017 | Jenifer Rubio-Magnieto, Tuan-anh Phan, Mathieu Fossépré, Valérie Matot, Jérémie Knoops, Thibaut Jarrosson, Pascal Du ..., Chemistry - A European Journal, 2017

A new type of DNA ligand that contains a phosphate‐binding group and a photoresponsive azobenzene moiety is reported. When the azobenzene is in trans configuration, the ligand binds to the minor groove of a double‐stranded DNA, whereas it partially desorbs upon trans‐cis isomerization with ...

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Masaichi Saito

03-Nov-2017 | European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, 2017

Abstract “When I was 20 years old, I listened to a lecture on the synthesis of compounds bearing new bonds, in particular, the synthesis of a diphosphene. Immediately, I decided to choose the creation of new bonds as my research theme...” Find out more about this author's research at ...

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Structural Tuning and Conformational Stability of Aromatic Oligoamide Foldamers

03-Nov-2017 | Riia Annala, Aku Suhonen, Heikki Laakkonen, Perttu Permi, Maija Nissinen, Chemistry - A European Journal, 2017

Abstract A series of aromatic oligoamide foldamers with two or three pyridine‐2,6‐dicarboxamide units as their main folding motifs and varying aromatic building blocks as linkers have been synthetized to study the effects of the structural variation on the folding properties and conformational ...

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Water quality monitoring for coupled food, energy, and water systems

03-Nov-2017 | Alan Mickelson, Daniel Tsvankin, Environmental Progress, 2017

The focus is on generating real time data for predictive models of food, energy, and water (FEW) systems. It is hypothesized that stressors affecting a FEW system universally impact the water quality of the system. Conversely, fine grain temporal and spatial data describing the water quality of ...

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Recent advances in methods for the analysis of protein o‐glycosylation at proteome level

02-Nov-2017 | Xin You, Hongqiang Qin, Mingliang Ye, Journal of Separation Science, 2017

Abstract O‐Glycosylation, which refers to the glycosylation of the hydroxyl group of side chains of Serine/Threonine/Tyrosine residues, is one of the most common post‐translational modifications. Compared with N‐linked glycosylation, O‐glycosylation is less explored because of its complex ...

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Low Reynolds number isotope transient kinetic modeling in isothermal differential tubular catalytic reactors

02-Nov-2017 | Masood Otarod, Ronald M. Supkowski, AIChE Journal, 2017

Abstract A novel method is presented for modeling steady state isotope transient kinetics of heterogeneous catalytic reactions when the flow regime is laminar and conversion is differential. It is based on a factorization theorem which is deduced from the observation that transport functions ...

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Antioxidant Stability Study of Oregano Essential Oil Microcapsules Prepared by Spray‐Drying

02-Nov-2017 | Claudia M. Asensio, Alejandro J. Paredes, Maria P. Martin, Daniel A. Allemandi, Valeria Nepote, Nelson R. Grosso, Journal of Food Science, 2017

Abstract Release kinetics of the volatile compounds of oregano EO microcapsules and the relation with the antioxidant activity were studied. Different wall material (WM) to core (C) ratios (1:1 and 2:1; WM:C), addition of colloidal silicon dioxide (CSD); and different storage conditions: 23 °C ...

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Visualization study on coalescence of droplets with different sizes in external liquid

02-Nov-2017 | Chaoqun Shen, Xiangdong Liu, Cheng Yu, Yongping Chen, The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, 2017

We experimentally investigate the coalescence between two droplets with different sizes in the surrounding water via high‐speed visualization. We identify three coalescence patterns by clarifying the dynamic interface evolutions, including liquid bridge evolution, capillary wave propagation, ...

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Catalytic Enantioselective Synthesis of Mariline A and Related Isoindolinones through a Biomimetic Approach

02-Nov-2017 | Chang Min, Yingfu Lin, Daniel Seidel, Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2017

Abstract The catalytic enantioselective synthesis of isoindolinones was achieved through the condensation of 2‐acyl‐benzaldehydes and anilines. In the presence of 1 mol % of a chiral phosphoric acid catalyst, reactions reach completion within 10 min and provide products with up to 98 % ee. ...

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Bioinspired Continuous and Spontaneous Antigravity Oil Collection and Transportation

02-Nov-2017 | Yaxin Zhang, Moyuan Cao, Yun Peng, Xu Jin, Dongliang Tian, Kesong Liu, Lei Jiang, Advanced Functional Materials, 2017

Abstract Liquids with low surface tension, such as petroleum, serve as the source of power for development of modern industry. Spontaneous and directional transportation of oily liquids in aqueous environment has drawn wide attentions owing to its scientific significance and practical prospect ...

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