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Grain boundaries act as bottlenecks to charge transport in organic field effect transistors comprising polycrystalline active ... In the Loo Lab, we have found that the impact of these boundaries depends on the structure of the organic semiconductor ( ... The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering. Princeton, NJ 08544. Feedback: checomp@princeton.edu ... we found that TES ADT's ISBs are similar to polymeric crystallite boundaries. Since in both cases, trapped material bridging ...
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*  Phys.org - diffusion model
Purdue University research suggests active biological mechanisms transport scent and taste compounds known as volatiles from ... Study finds the law governing how heat transport scales up with temperature. How heat travels matters. Yet, there is still no ... plant cells to the atmosphere, a finding that could overturn the textbook model of volatile emission ... ...
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*  Vpt 311 General and Systemic Veterinary Pharamacology Tanuvas Lect Notes | Pharmacology | Cell Membrane
... active transport of drug molecules across biological membranes may be prevented. Nonspecific active transport of drugs and ... Certain drugs have been found to be actively transported into the brain and choroid plexus also. Examples for active transport ... ACTIVE TRANSPORT Like facilitated diffusion, active transport also involves a specialized carrier molecule. However, in active ... This carrier mediated transport is of two types, namely o facilitated diffusion and o active transport ...
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*  Carrier molecule | definition of carrier molecule by Medical dictionary
see ACTIVE TRANSPORT. Carrier molecules in ELECTRON TRANSPORT SYSTEMS in respiration and photosynthesis carry electrons and in ... Also found in: Encyclopedia. carrier molecule. a molecule that is lipid-soluble and carries other molecules with a lower ... mobility within biological membranes. ... carrier-mediated active transport. *carrier-mediated transport ... We found that the effects of FWA can be improved with the addition of a carrier molecule and with other photostabilization ...
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*  Researchers find active transporters are universally leaky
In active transport, molecules are pumped by a membrane protein called an active transporter to get from the low concentration ... Operating as exquisitely sensitive filters, these "ion channels" play a critical role in biological functions such as muscle ... Researchers find active transporters are universally leaky. 03.05.2013. Professor of Biochemistry Emad Tajkhorshid and ... To rapidly transport the right ions through the cell membrane, the tiny channels rely on a complex interplay between the ions ...
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*  OMPdb - Wikipedia
Their biological importance together with the inadequate annotation and classification found in public databases, urges the ... Such proteins are responsible for a broad range of important functions, like passive nutrient uptake, active transport of large ... A list of protein entries with solved 3D-structure can be also found in each family entry page, when applicable. Along with the ... The Journal of Biological Databases and Curation. 2015: bav063. doi:10.1093/database/bav063. ISSN 1758-0463. PMC 4499208 . PMID ...
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*  Biological Molecules - Carbohydrates | Polysaccharide | Carbohydrates
... substrate Found exclusively in milk Impt carbohydrate source for young mammals Respiratory substrate Chief form of transported ... since the latter are produced when disaccharides are hydrolysed Disaccharides are also osmotically active substances and thus ... Found in liver and skeletal muscles of vertebrae animals and many fungi Glycogen is the most branched out of the 3, so it is ... Carbohydrates Carbohydrates are one if the 4 most impt classes of biological molecules that make up the bodies of all. living ...
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*  Patent US5910487 - Cationic amphiphiles and plasmids for intracellular delivery of therapeutic ... - Google Patents
... and delivery of antisense polynucleotides or biologically active polypeptides to cells. With respect to therapeutic ... Novel cationic amphiphiles are provided that facilitate transport of biologically active (therapeutic) molecules into cells. ... Biological molecules for which transport into cells can be facilitated according to the practice of the invention include, for ... 5) Reference to amphiphiles suitable for intracellular delivery of biologically active molecules is also found in U.S. Pat. No ...
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*  Biology: Simple Transpiration | Physics Forums - The Fusion of Science and Community
How to find out my bioage/biological age? Jan 16, 2018. Need help creating flowchart for ID-ing microogranism Dec 15, 2016. ... General Biology - Simple/Facilitated Diffusion & Active Transport Oct 4, 2009. Simple biology :decomposers Jun 3, 2007. ...
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They form enzymes, hormones, antibodies, transport and informational biological molecules. They are the principal structural (" ... "brick and mortar" roles) and metabolically active compounds ("working horse" roles) found in the human body. They are the " ... Omega -3 fatty acids are found in plants -soybean oil, canola oil, walnuts and flaxseeds. They are also found in fatty fish and ... About 20-30% plant species have been found to contain them. Many of the alkaloids are useful as drugs. The drugs may be either ...
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*  Anomalous diffusion - Wikipedia
Super-diffusion can be the result of active cellular transport processes. If α < 1, the particle undergoes sub-diffusion. The ... Anomalous diffusion was also found in other biological systems, including heartbeat intervals and in DNA sequences. The daily ... Recently, anomalous diffusion was found in several systems including ultra-cold atoms, Telomeres in the nucleus of cells, in ... equation to capture the non-Boltzmann scaling of water transport in unsaturated media". Advances in Water Resources. 52: 292- ...
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*  UT Dallas Chemistry Professors Receive Welch Foundation Grants - News Center - The University of Texas at Dallas
Founded in 1954, the Houston-based Welch Foundation is one of the nation's largest private funding sources for basic chemistry ... "Revealing the coordination chemistry involved in transition metals' transporter-mediated cellular transport will significantly ... With Dodani's and Meloni's grants, UT Dallas now has eight active Welch grants. ... in water but will also provide a more complete picture of how cells spatially and temporally position chloride for biological ...
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*  Hydrus (software) - Wikipedia
A large number of physical, chemical and biological processes are simultaneously active and mutually influence each other. ... The heat transport equation in CHAIN_2D considered transport due to conduction and advection with flowing water. The solute ... Constructed wetlands (CWs) are engineered water treatment systems that optimize the treatment processes found in natural ... The solute transport equations assume advective-dispersive transport in the liquid phase, and diffusion in the gaseous phase. ...
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*  Projects | Ohio Supercomputer Center
Nearly all cellular functions rely on the active transport of various cargoes, including proteins and organelles, inside the ... A biological cell is like a city, and it has an internal transportation system that connects different parts of the cell. ... But tiny galaxies are hard to find.. In this project, you will hunt for tiny galaxies in astronomical data. You will learn how ... Disruptions of intracellular transport in nerve cells can cause local swelling of the axon, similar to a traffic jam that we ...
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*  Edestin - Wikipedia
Edestin is a biologically active protein (most similar to globulins), and biologically active proteins are metabolized and used ... Kim, Jum-Ji (2011), "Isolation and Characterization of Edestin from Cheungsam Hempseed", Journal of Applied Biological ... Globular proteins found in edestin (and in Alpha 1 globulins, Alpha 2 globulins, Beta globulins and Gamma globulins) are long ... which transports oxygen, carbon dioxide, and nitric oxide), enzymes (which catalyze and control biochemical reactions), ...
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*  Fungal loop hypothesis - Wikipedia
Fungi are an integral part of the biological soil crust community, and similar fungal taxa have been found in biological soil ... The fungal loop hypothesis suggests that biological soil crusts and associated microbes are able to become active after smaller ... Other research has shown evidence of bidirectional transport in soil-fungal-plant connections in redistributing water in arid ... and keep them in the biotic pool until larger water pulses allow plants to become active and take up those nutrients. Active ...
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*  Sensors | Free Full-Text | Nanomaterials as Analytical Tools for Genosensors | HTML
They offer excellent prospects for interfacing biological recognition events with electronic signal transduction and for ... which have become a new interdisciplinary frontier between biological detection and material science. In this article, we ... due to the unique electrocatalytic properties found in nanoscale materials. ... They found that the hollow Cu2O microspheres greatly enhanced the immobilization of the DNA probe on the electrode surface and ...
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*  Ergothioneine - Wikipedia
Ergothioneine has been found in bacteria, plants and animals, sometimes at millimolar levels. Foods found to contain ... In vitro assays, as well as in vivo animal models, are used in basic research to identify its potential biological properties. ... Although the effect of ergothioneine in vivo is an active area of research, its physiological role in humans is undetermined. ... ETT expression has been confirmed in human and animal cell lines and its functional transport of ergothioneine has been ...
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*  Non-viral Gene Therapy (ebook) by Kazunari Taira | 9784431278795
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*  ORBi: Browsing ORBi
In order to find lead inhibitors able to fill this large active site, we have synthesized a series of substrate analogues of ... transport (amlT), regulation (amlKR) and immunity (amlFE). Disruption of amlA led to loss of biological activity, confirming ... Unexpectedly, despite the fact that the compounds were predicted to bind to the GT active site, compound 5b was found to ... Methodology/Findings: Bacillus amyloliquefaciens GA1 was found to produce an antimicrobial peptide, named amylolysin, active on ...
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We find the designed endosomolytic peptide EB1 to be far more effective both in forming complexes and transporting biologically ... The biological activities of N-acyl glycines include antinociceptive, anti-inflammatory and antiproliferative effects, and ... The presence of UCP1 demonstrates that metabolically active adipose tissue in the neck of adult humans truly represents brown ... Pax7+ cells are found exclusively within skeletal muscle in the regenerating limb and proliferate where the myofibers are ...
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