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Killer pulses help characterize special surfaces

...ween the two extremes. The killer pulse is a short duration laser pulse with a variable electric field. When the electric field is strong enough, it rips a molecule apart, "killing" it. "If a molecule is in a very hot spot on the substrate, where the electric field enhancement is really big, it takes o...

A new cellular pathway linked to cancer is identified by NYU researchers

...le aspects of cell regulation through a trash disposal system that shreds proteins. In response to DNA damage, the cell targets Cdc14B, an enzyme that rips phosphate groups off of other proteins, to APC/C, an action which turns on the shredder. Once APC/C is turned on, it tags its target, Plk1, for dispo...

Iowa State researcher studies how enzymes break down cellulose

...ttacking cellulose. One enzyme Reilly has studied and illustrated a cellobiohydrolase enzyme has an extension that works like a little plow. It rips up one cellulose chain from a cellulose crystal and feeds it into a tunnel on the main enzyme surface so that it can be chopped up. Reilly, who ca...

Engineer ramps up protein production, develops versatile viral spheres

...ues, in contrast, can be more robust because they use just the protein-making machinery of cells. To harvest just the parts he needs, Swartz literally rips cells open by applying intense shear forces. For one of his more recent contributions to developing cell-free techniques, Swartz will receive the ...
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Kanavas rips Doyle for taxing Internet

Brookfield, Wis. - State Senator Ted Kanavas , R-Brookfield, continues to maintain that Gov. Jim Doyle is defying a federal law to suspend taxation on Internet access, but a spokeswoman in the state Department of Revenue said the state is in compliance with the law. Kanavas said Doyle has...

Senator Kanavas rips proposed telecom tax

Madison, Wis . - April is tax month, and State Sen. Ted Kanavas is taking aim at a series of tax increases in the 2007-09 state budget proposed by Gov. Jim Doyle . The latest target is an increase in the phone tax that would raise an estimated $1.8 million in revenue. Kanavas, who has propos...

Technology audit rips poor planning and oversight

Madison, Wis. - Problematic state information technology projects largely are the result of inadequate planning, a lack of oversight, and inadequate collaboration between the Department of Administration and executive branch agencies, according to a long-awaited report from the state Legislative...

Killer pulses help characterize special surfaces

...ween the two extremes. The killer pulse is a short duration laser pulse with a variable electric field. When the electric field is strong enough, it rips a molecule apart, "killing" it. "If a molecule is in a very hot spot on the substrate, where the electric field enhancement is really big, it takes o...

A heavenly tax cut: Act 255 stimulates economic growth

...n to make Wisconsin's economy great again. Related articles GOP, Dems split over funding of state technology projects Senator Kanavas rips proposed telecom tax Sen. Ted Kanavas: UW System must remove barriers to innovation Kanavas calls for audit of data security practices ...
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