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Plug Harvesting by Atomic Force Microscopy

01-Nov-2002 | Albermann, L.; Schäfer, C.; Shahin, V.; Reinhardt, J.; Oberleithner, H., Single Molecules, 2002

Abstract Aldosterone is an important mediator of osmoregulation in vertebrate cells and is thought to be involved in cell differentation. Its signaling pathway starts with the formation of a complex with the mineralocorticoid receptor (MCR) which is then translocated into the cell nucleus where ...

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Determination of the sequence distribution and ionization constant of poly(acrylic acid‐co‐vinylamine) by C‐13 NMR

01-Jan-1986 | Chang, C.; Muccio, D. D.; Pierre, T. St., Journal of Polymer Science: Polymer Symposia, 1986

Abstract Three copolymers of poly(acrylic acid‐co‐vinylamine) containing 12% (SP12). 30% (SP30), and 52% (SP52) amino groups were synthesized from poly(acrylic acid) by means of the Schmidt reaction. These copolymers were analyzed by C‐13 NMR and the results compared wiih the previously ...

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On predicting free radical polymerizability of allyl monomers. MINDO/3 and 13C NMR results

01-Jan-1986 | Vaidya, Rajeev A.; Mathias, Lon J., Journal of Polymer Science: Polymer Symposia, 1986

Abstract Two new methods of predicting free radical polymerizability of allyl monomers have been developed. MINDO/3 calculations of eigenvalues for the C—H bond a to the atlyl substituent allow comparison of relative bond strengths. Monomers known to undergo degradative chain transfer display ...

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On predicting free radical polymerizability of allyl monomers. MINDO/3 and 13C NMR results

01-Jan-1986 | Vaidya, Rajeev A.; Mathias, Lon J., Journal of Polymer Science: Polymer Symposia, 1986

Abstract Two new methods of predicting free radical polymerizability of allyl monomers have been developed. MINDO/3 calculations of eigenvalues for the C—H bond a to the atlyl substituent allow comparison of relative bond strengths. Monomers known to undergo degradative chain transfer display ...

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Determination of the sequence distribution and ionization constant of poly(acrylic acid‐co‐vinylamine) by C‐13 NMR

01-Jan-1986 | Chang, C.; Muccio, D. D.; Pierre, T. St., Journal of Polymer Science: Polymer Symposia, 1986

Abstract Three copolymers of poly(acrylic acid‐co‐vinylamine) containing 12% (SP12). 30% (SP30), and 52% (SP52) amino groups were synthesized from poly(acrylic acid) by means of the Schmidt reaction. These copolymers were analyzed by C‐13 NMR and the results compared wiih the previously ...

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