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Renaissance for low shrinking resins: all-in-one solution by bi-functional vinylcyclopropane-amides

01-Jul-2015 | Paul Pineda Contreras; Christian Kuttner; Andreas Fery; Ullrich Stahlschmidt; Valérie Jérôme; Ruth Freitag; Seema Ag ..., Chemical Communication, 2015

A low volume shrinking vinylcyclopropane (VCP) monomer, showing both a high reactivity and a low viscosity, was obtained by applying a sterically hindered and isomeric spacer element, incorporating intermolecular amide hydrogen bonds. The resulting properties locate this VCP system in a ...

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The effect of unequal strand length on short DNA duplex hybridization in a model microarray system: A Monte Carlo simulation study

28-Jun-2015 | Author(s): Sarah J. Cooper , John M. Stubbs, Chemical Physics Letters, 2015

Publication date: 1 August 2015 Source:Chemical Physics Letters, Volume 634 Author(s): Sarah J. Cooper , John M. Stubbs Monte Carlo molecular simulations of DNA decamer–hexamer strands were carried out over a range of temperatures, both free in solution and bound to a surface in several ...

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DFT study of adenine‐uracil base pair damage by OH radical

26-Jun-2015 | Xiaofei Liao, Ling Diao, Li Kou, Zhonggao Li, Minjie Li, Wencong Lu, Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry, 2015

The hydrogen abstraction and addition reactions of OH radical with A·U base pair have been explored by using density functional theory (DFT) both in gas phase and in aqueous solution. Solvent effects were taken into consideration by using the polarized continuum model. All the reaction pathways ...

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Mimicking the active site of aldehyde dehydrogenases: stabilization of carbonyl hydrates through hydrogen bonds

24-Jun-2015 | A. J. K. Roth; M. Tretbar; C. B. W. Stark, Chemical Communication, 2015

Aldehyde hydrates are important but highly unstable, transient intermediates in biological and synthetic oxidations to carboxylic acids. We here report N-oxides as the first class of chemical reagents capable of stabilizing such water adducts. This stabilizing effect (studied in solution and in ...

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First Evidence of Rh Nano-Hydride Formation at Low Pressure

24-Jun-2015 | Claudia Zlotea; Yassine Oumellal; Mariem Msakni; Julie Bourgon; Stéphane Bastide; Christine Cachet-Vivier; Michel La ..., Nano Letters, 2015

Rh-based nanoparticles supported on a porous carbon host were prepared with tunable average sizes ranging from 1.3 to 3.0 nm. Depending on the vacuum or hydrogen environment during thermal treatment, either Rh metal or hydride is formed at nanoscale, respectively. In contrast to bulk Rh that can ...

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The First Residue of the PWWP Motif Modulates HATH Domain Binding, Stability, and Protein–Protein Interaction

24-Jun-2015 | Yi-Lin Hung; Hsia-Ju Lee; Ingjye Jiang; Shang-Chi Lin; Wei-Cheng Lo; Yi-Jan Lin; Shih-Che Sue, Biochemistry, 2015

Hepatoma-derived growth factor (hHDGF) and HDGF-related proteins (HRPs) contain conserved N-terminal HATH domains with a characteristic structural motif, namely the PWWP motif. The HATH domain has attracted attention because of its ability to bind with heparin/heparan sulfate, DNA, and methylated ...

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Electrochemical method for wet removal of phosphine

22-Jun-2015 | Guangfei Qu, Jian Zhang, Yilu Lin, Junyan Li, Ping Ning, Yongtao Yu, Environmental Progress, 2015

The removal of phosphine (PH3) was studied with an electrochemical approach using a Ti/SnO2 anode. The effects of the current density, O2 content, gas flow rate, temperature, and type of electrolyte on the PH3 removal were investigated. The liquid phase reaction products were detected by ion ...

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Dicyclohexylammonium bromoacetate: a low molecular mass organogelator with a one‐dimensional secondary ammonium monocarboxylate (SAM) synthon

17-Jun-2015 | Tomasz Rojek, Tadeusz Lis, Ewa Matczak‐Jon, Acta Crystallographica Section C, 2015

The asymmetric unit of the title salt, C12H24N+·C2H2BrO2−, contains a dicyclohexylammonium cation connected to a bromoacetate anion by means of an N—H...O hydrogen bond. In the crystal, the ion pairs assemble via N—H...O interactions, forming zigzag infinite chains parallel to the c axis with ...

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Solution structures of chloroquine-ferriheme complexes modeled using MD simulation and investigated by EXAFS spectroscopy

14-Jun-2015 | Author(s): David Kuter , Victor Streltsov , Natalia Davydova , Gerhard A. Venter , Kevin J. Naidoo , Timothy J. ..., Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry, 2015

Publication date: Available online 11 June 2015 Source:Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry Author(s): David Kuter , Victor Streltsov , Natalia Davydova , Gerhard A. Venter , Kevin J. Naidoo , Timothy J. Egan The interaction of chloroquine (CQ) and the μ-oxo dimer of iron(III) ...

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One drop chemical derivatization – DESI‐MS analysis for metabolite structure identification

11-Jun-2015 | Arnaud Lubin, Deirdre Cabooter, Patrick Augustijns, Filip Cuyckens, Journal of Mass Spectrometry, 2015

Structural elucidation of metabolites is an important part during the discovery and development process of new pharmaceutical drugs. Liquid Chromatography (LC) in combination with Mass Spectrometry (MS) is usually the technique of choice for structural identification but cannot always provide ...

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