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Is the Glass Half Full or Half Empty? How to Reverse the Effect of Glass Elongation on the Volume Poured

24-10-2014 | Simone R. Caljouw et al., PLoS ONE, 2014

by Simone R. Caljouw, Ruud van Wijck To reduce the volume of drinks and the risk of overconsumption, health professionals recommend the use of tall skinny instead of short wide glasses. Yet the results of the present study contradict this health advice. Participants who generously filled up a ...


Effect of different calcium contents on the microstructure and mechanical properties of Mg‐5Al‐1Bi‐0.3Mn magnesium alloy

23-10-2014 | Luo Xiao‐ping, Dang Su‐e, Zhang Ya‐qing, Microscopy Research and Technique, 2014

ABSTRACT The effect of different Ca contents on the microstructure and mechanical properties of Mg‐5Al‐1Bi‐0.3Mn (AMB501) magnesium alloys was investigated by conventional melting and casting technique using different Ca contents (1.0, 2.0, and 3.0 wt %). Increasing the Ca content resulted in ...



22-10-2014 | Ya‐Na Chen, Chun‐Hong Wu, Ya Zheng, Jing‐Jing Li, Jia‐Lin Wang, Yu‐Feng Wang, Archives of Insect Biochemistry and Physiology, 2014

The ATPsyn‐b encoding for subunit b of ATP synthase in Drosophila melanogaster is proposed to act in ATP synthesis and phagocytosis, and has been identified as one of the sperm proteins in both Drosophila and mammals. At present, its details of functions in animal growth and spermatogenesis have ...


Following movement of domain IV of elongation factor G during ribosomal translocation [Biochemistry]

21-10-2014 | Enea Salsi; Elie Farah; Jillian Dann; Dmitri N. Ermolenko, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2014

Translocation of mRNA and tRNAs through the ribosome is catalyzed by a universally conserved elongation factor (EF-G in prokaryotes and EF-2 in eukaryotes). Previous studies have suggested that ribosome-bound EF-G undergoes significant structural rearrangements. Here, we follow the movement of ...


Fabrication and characterization of novel hyperbranched polyimides with excellent organosolubility, thermal and mechanical properties

18-10-2014 | Wenqiu Chen, Quantao Li, Quanyuan Zhang, Zushun Xu, Xianbao Wang, Changfeng Yi, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2014

ABSTRACT A series of amine‐terminated and anhydride‐terminated hyperbranched polyimides (HBPIs) were successfully prepared with various commercial dianhydrides and a novel BB′2‐type aromatic triamine, 2,4,6‐tris[4‐(4‐aminophenoxy)phenyl]pyridine, with a symmetrical triaryl‐substituted ...


Isomorphic Emissive GTP Surrogate Facilitates Initiation and Elongation of in Vitro Transcription Reactions

17-10-2014 | Lisa S. McCoy; Dongwon Shin; Yitzhak Tor, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2014

The fastidious behavior of T7 RNA polymerase limits the incorporation of synthetic nucleosides into RNA transcripts, particularly at or near the promoter. The practically exclusive use of GTP for transcription initiation further compounds this challenge, and reactions with GTP analogs, where the ...


Comparative Studies on Rigid π Linker‐Based Organic Dyes: Structure–Property Relationships and Photovoltaic Performance

15-10-2014 | Hairong Li, Teck Ming Koh, Yan Hao, Feng Zhou, Yuichiro Abe, Haibin Su, Anders Hagfeldt, Andrew C. Grimsdale, ChemSusChem, 2014

Abstract A series of six structurally correlated donor–π bridge–acceptor organic dyes were designed, synthesized, and applied as sensitizers in dye‐sensitized solar cells. Using the most widely studied donor (triarylamine) and cyclopenta[1,2‐b:5,4‐b′]dithiophene or ...


Role of Internal Water on Protein Thermal Stability: The Case of Homologous G Domains

15-10-2014 | Obaidur Rahaman; Maria Kalimeri; Simone Melchionna; Jérôme Hénin; Fabio Sterpone, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2014

In this work, we address the question of whether the enhanced stability of thermophilic proteins has a direct connection with internal hydration. Our model systems are two homologous G domains of different stability: the mesophilic G domain of the elongation factor thermal unstable protein from ...


Microfluidic Gradients Reveal Enhanced Neurite Outgrowth but Impaired Guidance within 3D Matrices with High Integrin Ligand Densities

14-10-2014 | Nicole H. Romano, Kyle J. Lampe, Hui Xu, Meghaan M. Ferreira, Sarah C. Heilshorn, Small, 2014

The density of integrin‐binding ligands in an extracellular matrix (ECM) is known to regulate cell migration speed by imposing a balance of traction forces between the leading and trailing edges of the cell, but the effect of cell‐adhesive ligands on neurite chemoattraction is not well ...


Layer-by-Layer Assembled Antisense DNA Microsponge Particles for Efficient Delivery of Cancer Therapeutics

14-10-2014 | Young Hoon Roh; Jong Bum Lee; Kevin E. Shopsowitz; Erik C. Dreaden; Stephen W. Morton; Zhiyong Poon; Jinkee Hong; In ..., ACS Nano, 2014

Antisense oligonucleotides can be employed as a potential approach to effectively treat cancer. However, the inherent instability and inefficient systemic delivery methods for antisense therapeutics remain major challenges to their clinical application. Here, we present a polymerized ...


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