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1 Minteer, Shelley D.Nickel cysteine complexes as anodic electrocatalysts for fuel cellsCompared to platinum, nickel is an inexpensive catalyst that can oxidize methanol in alkaline media. There is a desire to increase nickel loading during electrodeposition for improved performance. In this paper, a nickel cysteine complex (NiCys) is used as the precursor for electrodeposition on glas...2014-01-01
2 Minteer, Shelley D.Nickel-DNA complexes: bioelectrocatalysis or not?Alkaline fuel cells (AFC) are low temperature, quick-to-start devices that can achieve 50% operating efficiency. Low cost alternatives to platinum group electrocatalysts, which allow for direct reformation are desired. Nickel electrocatalysts are highly active in alkaline for the oxidation of fuels....2013-01-01
3 Cieri, RobertNew insight into the evolution of the vertebrate respiratory system and the discovery of unidirectional airflow in iguana lungsThe generally accepted framework for the evolution of a key feature of the avian respiratory system, unidirectional airflow, is that it is an adaptation for efficiency of gas exchange and expanded aerobic capacities, and therefore it has historically been viewed as important to the ability of birds ...2014-11-17
4 Minteer, Shelley D.Photobioelectrochemistry: Solar energy conversion and biofuel production with photosynthetic catalystsPhotobioelectrochemical cells are devices which have been developed over the past few decades and use photosynthetic catalysts for solar energy conversion or biofuel production. In this paper, a critical review of reported photobioelectrochemical systems is presented. The systems discussed include s...2014-01-01
5 Bohs, Lynn A.Phylogeny of the carolinense clade of solanum (Solanaceae) inferred from nuclear and plastid DNA sequencesThe large and economically important genus Solanum contains ca. 1,400 species distributed worldwide. One of the 12-14 major clades identified in the genus is the Leptostemonum clade, or the "spiny solanums." Previous molecular phylogenetic studies have identified 14 major clades in the spiny solanum...2014-01-01
6 Saam, BrianPhase relationship between the long-time beats of free induction decays and spin echoes in solidsRecent theoretical work on the role of microscopic chaos in the dynamics and relaxation of many-body quantum systems has made several experimentally confirmed predictions about the systems of interacting nuclear spins in solids, focusing in particular on the shapes of spin echo responses measured by...2012-01-01
7 Vardeny, Zeev ValentinePhotoexcitation dynamics in polythiophene/fullerene blends for photovoltaic applicationsWe used the transient and steady state photomodulation spectroscopies for studying the photoexcitations dynamics in blends of regio-regular poly(3-hexylthiophene) (RR-P3HT) and fullerene in a broad spectral range from 0.15 to 2.25 eV. We found that both localized polarons and singlet excitons are in...2012-01-01
8 Mishchenko, EugeneResonant finite-size impurities in graphene, unitary limit, and Friedel oscillationsA unitary limit for model point scatterers in graphene is known to reveal low-energy resonances. The same limit could be achieved from hybridization of band electrons with the localized impurity level positioned in the vicinity of the Fermi level. The finite-size defects represent an easier realizat...2012-01-01
9 Adler, Frederick R.Reply:We appreciate the comments of Drs. Craig and Simpson and Drs. Mullins and Schwartz, and the challenge they raise to make MALD more believable, comprehensible, and usable. Acetaminophen (APAP) toxicity is indeed a complex process involving multiple steps. Although the underlying mathematics is more i...2012-01-01
10 Armentrout, Peter B.The simplest b2+ ion: determining its structure from its energetics by a direct comparison of the threshold collision-induced dissociation of protonated oxazolone and diketopiperazineEnergy-resolved collision-induced dissociation of b2 + ions derived from protonated GGG and GAG are compared with that of protonated diketopiperazine (H+DKP). Absolute dissociation cross sections are obtained using a guided ion beam tandem mass spectrometer and analyzed using statistical methods. Th...2012-01-01
11 Gondolo, PaoloSimple renormalizable flavor symmetry for neutrino oscillationsThe recent measurement of a nonzero neutrino mixing angle θ13 requires a modification of the tri-bimaximal mixing pattern that predicts a zero value for it. We propose a new neutrino mixing pattern based on a spontaneously broken A4 flavor symmetry and a type-I seesaw mechanism. Our model allows fo...2012-01-01
12 Minteer, Shelley D.Utilizing DNA for electrocatalysis: DNA-Nickel aggregates as anodic electrocatalysts for methanol, ethanol, glycerol, and glucoseDNA-nickel aggregates were electrodeposited onto glassy carbon electrode surfaces and have shown electrocatalytic activity for oxidation of methanol, ethanol, glycerol, and glucose at room temperature in alkaline solutions. Bulk electrolysis oxidation products identified by 13C NMR include carbonate...2013-01-01
13 Capecchi, Mario R.Modeling alveolar soft part sarcomagenesis in the mouse: a role for lactate in the tumor microenvironmentAlveolar soft part sarcoma (ASPS), a deadly soft tissue malignancy with a predilection for adolescents and young adults, associates consistently with t(X;17) translocations that generate the fusion gene ASPSCR1-TFE3. We proved the oncogenic capacity of this fusion gene by driving sarcomagenesis in m...2014-01-01
14 Olivera, Baldomero M.Modulation of conotoxin structure and function is achieved through a multienzyme complex in the venom glands of cone snailsBackground: Conotoxins can be utilized to investigate enzyme-assisted folding of disulfide-rich peptides. Results: Various ER-resident cone snail enzymes act in concert to accelerate the oxidative folding of conotoxins and modulate their conformation by reconfiguring disulfide connectivities. Conclu...2012-01-01
15 Voth, Gregory AlanNanostructural organization in acetonitrile/ionic liquid mixtures: molecular dynamics simulations and optical Kerr effect spectroscopyIn this paper, the nanostructural organization and subpicosecond intermolecular dynamics in mixtures of acetonitrile and the ionic liquid (IL) 1-pentyl-3-methylimidazolium bis{(trifluoromethane)sulfonyl}amide ([C5mim][NTf2]) were studied as a function of concentration using molecular dynamics (MD) s...2012-01-01
16 Parkinson, John StansfieldMutational analysis of the P1 phosphorylation domain in E. coli CheA, the signaling kinase for chemotaxisThe histidine autokinase CheA functions as the central processing unit in the Escherichia coli chemotaxis signaling machinery. CheA receives autophosphorylation control inputs from chemoreceptors and in turn regulates the flux of signaling phosphates to the CheY and CheB response regulator proteins...2014-01-01
17 Jorgensen, ErikNano-fEM: Protein localization using photo-activated localization microscopy and electron microscopyMapping the distribution of proteins is essential for understanding the function of proteins in a cell. Fluorescence microscopy is extensively used for protein localization, but subcellular context is often absent in fluorescence images. Immuno-electron microscopy, on the other hand, can localize pr...2012-01-01
18 Poulter, Charles DalePredicting the functions and specificity of triterpenoid synthases: a mechanism-based multi-intermediate docking approachTerpenoid synthases construct the carbon skeletons of tens of thousands of natural products. To predict functions and specificity of triterpenoid synthases, a mechanism-based, multi-intermediate docking approach is proposed. In addition to enzyme function prediction, other potential applications of ...2014-01-01
19 Mattis, Daniel C.PrefaceIt was the early 1960s. Elliott H. Lieb and the present author were colleagues at the IBM Research Laboratories in Yorktown Heights, occupying neighboring cubicles. We collaborated in the study, creation and solution of mathematical models of many-body phenomena. In the course of this work we ultima...2012-01-01
20 Capecchi, Mario R.Sepp1UF forms are N-terminal selenoprotein P truncations that have peroxidase activity when coupled with thioredoxin reductase-1Mouse selenoprotein P (Sepp1) consists of an N-terminal domain (residues 1-239) that contains 1 selenocysteine (U) as residue 40 in a proposed redox-active motif (-UYLC-) and a Cterminal domain (residues 240-361) that contains 9 selenocysteines. Sepp1 transports selenium from the liver to other tiss...2014-01-01
21 Farmer, Colleen G.Unidirectional pulmonary airflow patterns in the savannah monitor lizardThe unidirectional airflow patterns in the lungs of birds have long been considered a unique and specialized trait associated with the oxygen demands of flying, their endothermic metabolism1 and unusual pulmonary architecture2,3. However, the discovery of similar flow patterns in the lungs of crocod...2014-02-20
22 Armentrout, Peter B.Thermodynamics and mechanisms of protonated diglycine decomposition: a computational studyWe present a full computational description of the fragmentation reactions of protonated diglycine (H+GG). Relaxed potential energy surface scans performed at B3LYP/6-31G(d) or B3LYP/6-311+G(d,p) levels are used to map the reaction coordinate surfaces and identify the transition states (TSs) and int...2012-01-01
23 Armentrout, Peter B.Thermodynamics and mechanism of protonated cysteine decomposition: a guided ion beam and computational studyA quantitative molecular description of the decomposition of protonated cysteine, H+Cys, is provided by studying the kinetic energy dependence of threshold collision-induced dissociation (CID) with Xe using a guided ion beam tandem mass spectrometer (GIBMS). Primary dissociation channels are deamida...2014-01-01
24 Armentrout, Peter B.Thermodynamics and mechanisms of protonated diglycine decomposition: a guided ion beam studyWe present a full molecular description of fragmentation reactions of protonated diglycine (H+GG) by studying their collision-induced dissociation (CID) with Xe using a guided ion beam tandem mass spectrometer (GIBMS). Analysis of the kinetic energy-dependent CID cross sections provides the 0 K barr...2012-01-01
25 Poulter, Charles DaleTetartohedral twinning in IDI-2 from Thermus thermophilus: crystallization under anaerobic conditionsType-2 isopentenyl diphosphate isomerase (IDI-2) is a key flavoprotein involved in the biosynthesis of isoprenoids. Since fully reduced flavin mononucleotide (FMNH2) is needed for activity, it was decided to crystallize the enzyme under anaerobic conditions in order to understand how this reduced co...2014-01-01
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