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The aim of this experiment is to explain the role of conformational change in aligning substrates thus speeding up the chemical reaction.
2003, "Effect of methyl alcohol on the morphology and conformational characteristics of sericin," Int.
Hunter, Institute for Animal Health, Edinburgh, Scotland) and CH1641-like isolates showed conformational stabilities close to classical scrapie, with GdnH[Cl.
Kliger explained, "Heat Shock Proteins are an area of intense interest in the pharmaceutical industry, and the conformational changes that occur concomitant to HSP activation make them optimal targets for the DAC Blockers Platform.
Poster 531 - Statins Impair Antitumor Effects of CD20 mAb by Inducing Conformational Changes of CD20
The best studied antibodies (4 of them) indicate that they work by recognizing physically conserved areas exposed on the gp120 molecule that have conformational restraints and are thus important in allowing HIV to enter cells.
Agencourt's service business offers de novo and conformational sequencing, as well as resequencing and SNP discovery, and library construction.
Other studies have shown that the intrusion of lead into the lens of the eye may cause protein conformational changes that decrease lens transparency.
The optimized geometries, conformational stabilities, infrared intensities, Raman Activities, depolarization ratios and vibrational wave number have been obtained from MP2/6-31G(d) ab initio calculations.
Roles of conformational and positional adaptability in structure-based design of TMC125-R165335 (etravirine) and related non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors that are highly potent and effective against wild type and drug-resistant HIV variants.
These data provide evidence for conformational changes that occur in DAT during binding of uptake blockers but not substrates.