Encouraging high-risk research: DFG approves funding for 2 new Reinhart Koselleck projects
... importance to basic research. For instance, the two atoms in a helium dimer
are very weakly bonded and have an interatomic spacing of about 100 atomic radii making the helium dimer
the largest known molecule that exists. It has been proposed that helium ...
A single VSOP can do a 'proton' magic!
... form a multimeric complex to make an assembling hole to carry ions though it. Surprisingly, the research group found that this VSOP protein forms a dimer
but each single subunit can carry proton without any assembling hole. They concluded it by using the techniques of FRET (Fluorescence Resonance ...
WallSt.net (www.wallst.net) Announces Upcoming Interview With CEO of DNAPrint Genomics
... are also offered externally to biopharmaceutical
companies. The Company's first theranostic product is PT-401, a "Super EPO"
protein drug for the treatment of anemia in renal
dialysis patients (with end stage renal disease). DNAPrint is proud of its
continued dedication to ...
Mobile Phase Optimization for the Analysis of an Antibody-Based Fusion Protein and Aggregates using a TSKgel Super SW3000 Size-Exclusion Column
... with the use of 0.2M NaCl. Additionally, the expected protein
and trimer aggregates are not visible in the chromatogram. By switching ... concentration,
less peak tailing and distinct peaks for the dimer
and trimer species
of MAb1 resulted. Doubling the perchlorate ...
Purification and Characterization of beta-Lactoglobulin Genetic Variants A and B Using Preparative Electrophoresis and Isoelectric Focusing
... However, βLG is not found in human milk. 5, 6, 7, 8 βLG is a glycoprotein
which exists at the normal pH of bovine milk as a dimer
with a molecular
weight of 36,000, and consists of two monomeric subunits with molecular
weight of 18,000 (162 residues). ...
A Multiple Mutation Model System as a Test Development and Training Tool for Denaturing Gradient Gel Electrophoresis
... the general principles of PCR primer
design with respect to sequence specificity, lack of internal homology
and minimal primer dimer
formation. In addition, a GC-rich sequence or
clamp is often appended to one of the primers. Such a clamp can be of
Mutation detection for the
K- rasand P16 genes
... the exon 3 region of the P16
gene was researched. At first, the
discovery of multiple bands on the
chip image was thought to be
or an annealing
stringency problem. After comparing
normal and mutated samples from DNA sequencing data to the
Agilent data, the ...
General Notes on Primer Design in PCR*
... the middle regions of two primers can interfere with hybridization. If
the homology should occur at the 3' end of either primer, Primer dimer
formation will occur which, more often than not, will prevent the formation
of the desired product via competition.