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  1. Direct detection and measurement of wall shear stress using a filamentous bio-nanoparticle
  2. Protein Secondary Structure Prediction from Circular Dichroism Spectra Using a Self-Organizing Map with Concentration Correction
  3. Circular Dichroism and Linear Dichroism
  4. Oxidized polyethylene films for orienting polar molecules for linear dichroism spectroscopy
  5. SSNN, a method for neural network protein secondary structure fitting using circular dichroism data
  6. Optical properties of xanthene based fluorescent dyes studied by stretched-film linear dichroism
  7. Elucidating protein secondary structure with circular dichroism and a neural network
  8. Electronic Circular and Linear Dichroism
  9. Exploring the sequence–structure relationship for amyloid peptides
  10. Tetramerization of ZapA is required for FtsZ bundling
  11. Nanofiber-Based Delivery of Therapeutic Peptides to the Brain
  12. Metallohelices with activity against cisplatin-resistant cancer cells; does the mechanism involve DNA binding?
  13. Circular and Linear Dichroism Spectroscopy for the Study of Protein–Ligand Interactions
  14. Calculations of flow-induced orientation distributions for analysis of linear dichroism spectroscopy
  15. Spectroscopic signatures of an Fmoc–tetrapeptide, Fmoc and fluorene
  16. Linear Dichroism
  17. Near UV Protein CD
  18. Nucleic Acid Circular Dichroism
  19. Nucleic Acid Linear Dichroism
  20. Linear Dichroism Spectra - Measurement
  21. Linear Dichroism Spectroscopy: Theory
  22. Oriented Circular Dichroism Spectroscopy
  23. Beer-Lambert Law Derivation
  24. Far UV Protein Circular Dichroism
  25. Polarized Light, Linear Dichroism, and Circular Dichroism
  26. UV Absorbance Spectroscopy of Biological Macromolecules
  27. DNA-Ligand Circular Dichroism
  28. DNA-Ligand Flow Linear Dichroism
  29. Absorbance Spectroscopy: Overview
  30. Absorption Spectroscopy and Transition Polarizations: Pictorial Description
  31. Absorption Spectroscopy to Determine Macromolecule Structural Changes
  32. Absorption Spectroscopy to Probe Ligand Binding
  33. Absorption Spectroscopy: Practical Aspects
  34. Circular Dichroism and Chirality
  35. Circular Dichroism Signals: Qualitative Description of Origins
  36. Circular Dichroism Spectroscopy of Biomacromolecules
  37. Circular Dichroism Spectroscopy: Units
  38. Concentration Determination Using Beer-Lambert Law
  39. Protein Concentration Determination Using Dyes and Beer-Lambert Law
  40. Absorbance Spectroscopy: Spectral Artifacts and Other Sources of Error
  41. A model of membrane contraction predicting initiation and completion of bacterial cell division
  42. Site-Specific Identification of an Aβ Fibril-Heparin Interaction Site by Using Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy
  43. Site-Specific Identification of an Aβ Fibril-Heparin Interaction Site by Using Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy
  44. Coordination of iron ions in the form of histidinyl dinitrosyl complexes does not prevent their genotoxicity
  45. Rapid Injection Linear Dichroism for Studying the Kinetics of Biological Processes
  46. Considerations of Noise and Measurement Reproducibility of Circular Dichroism Measurements Using Na[CoIII(EDDS)]
  47. The Mechanics of FtsZ Fibers
  48. Structural characterisation, stability and antibody recognition of chimeric NHBA-GNA1030: An investigational vaccine component against Neisseria meningitidis
  49. Experimental and Theoretical Polarized Raman Linear Difference Spectroscopy of Small Molecules with a New Alignment Method Using Stretched Polyethylene Film
  50. Continuous-channel flow linear dichroism
  51. Probing the structure of long DNA molecules in solution using synchrotron radiation linear dichroism
  52. Detection of Pathogenic Bacteria Using a Homogeneous Immunoassay Based on Shear Alignment of Virus Particles and Linear Dichroism
  53. Optically pure, water-stable metallo-helical ‘flexicate’ assemblies with antibiotic activity
  54. Is photocleavage of DNA by YOYO-1 using a synchrotron radiation light source sequence dependent?
  55. The pH Dependence of Polymerization and Bundling by the Essential Bacterial Cytoskeltal Protein FtsZ
  56. Anthracene-modified oligonucleotides as fluorescent DNA mismatch sensors: discrimination between various base-pair mismatches
  57. Antimicrobial activity of ruthenium-based intercalators
  58. The Interfacial Behaviour of Peptides Over Long Time Scales
  59. Viscosity of aqueous DNA solutions determined using dynamic light scattering
  60. Acyl transfer from phosphocholinelipids to melittin
  61. Investigating Binding Interactions Using Linear Dichroism and Circular Dichroism
  62. Self-assembly of Fmoc-tetrapeptides based on the RGDS cell adhesion motif
  63. ChemInform Abstract: LD Spectroscopy of Natural and Synthetic Biomaterials
  64. The Synergistic Action of Melittin and Phospholipase A2 with Lipid Membranes: Development of Linear Dichroism for Membrane-Insertion Kinetics
  65. Alignment of a Model Amyloid Peptide Fragment in Bulk and at a Solid Surface
  66. Assembly Pathway of a Designed α-Helical Protein Fiber
  67. Sequence-Dependent Oligomerization of the Neu Transmembrane Domain Suggests Inhibition of “Conformational Switching” by an Oncogenic Mutant
  68. An androgenic steroid delivery vector that imparts activity to a non-conventional platinum(ii) metallo-drug
  69. Conjugation of testosterone modifies the interaction of mono-functional cationic platinum(ii) complexes with DNA, causing significant alterations to the DNA helix
  70. LD spectroscopy of natural and synthetic biomaterials
  71. Capillary circular dichroism
  72. Characterizing the Assembly of the Sup35 Yeast Prion Fragment, GNNQQNY: Structural Changes Accompany a Fiber-to-Crystal Switch
  73. Self-Assembly Mechanism for a Naphthalene−Dipeptide Leading to Hydrogelation
  74. Circular and Linear Dichroism of Drug-DNA Systems
  75. Flow Linear Dichroism of Some Prototypical Proteins
  76. Is DNA a worm-like chain in Couette flow?:In search of persistence length, a critical review
  77. Antimicrobial activity of an iron triple helicate
  78. Peptide Adsorption to Lipid Bilayers: Slow Processes Revealed by Linear Dichroism Spectroscopy
  79. Effect of bridging ligand structure on the thermal stability and DNA binding properties of iron(ii) triple helicates
  80. Synchrotron radiation linear dichroism spectroscopy of the antibiotic peptide gramicidin in lipid membranes
  81. Ruthenium polypyridyl complexes and their modes of interaction with DNA: Is there a correlation between these interactions and the antitumor activity of the compounds?
  82. How to Study DNA and Proteins by Linear Dichroism Spectroscopy
  83. Breaking the 200nm Limit for Routine Flow Linear Dichroism Measurements Using UV Synchrotron Radiation
  84. DNA binding and bending by dinuclear complexes comprising ruthenium polypyridyl centres linked by a bis(pyridylimine) ligand
  85. Folding and Membrane Insertion of the Pore-Forming Peptide Gramicidin Occur as a Concerted Process
  86. A new reference material for UV-visible circular dichroism spectroscopy
  87. Synthesis and cytotoxicity of dinuclear complexes containing ruthenium(ii) bipyridyl units linked by a bis(pyridylimine) ligand
  88. Influence of surface shape on DNA binding of bimetallo helicates
  89. An introduction to communicating science
  90. DNA Binding Studies of a New Dicationic Porphyrin. Insights into Interligand Interactions
  91. Synthetic Metallomolecules as Agents for the Control of DNA Structure
  92. Cover Picture: Design and Non-Covalent DNA Binding of Platinum(II) Metallacalix[4]arenes (Chem. Eur. J. 18/2007)
  93. Design and Non-Covalent DNA Binding of Platinum(II) Metallacalix[4]arenes
  94. FtsZ Polymer-bundling by the Escherichia coli ZapA Orthologue, YgfE, Involves a Conformational Change in Bound GTP
  95. Shape effects on the activity of synthetic major-groove binding ligands
  96. Structural Characterisation of the Insecticidal Toxin XptA1, Reveals a 1.15 MDa Tetramer with a Cage-like Structure
  97. Circular and linear dichroism of proteins
  98. Synthetic metallomolecules as agents for the control of DNA structure
  99. Enantiomeric resolution of supramolecular helicates with different surface topographies
  100. An Estrogen–Platinum Terpyridine Conjugate: DNA and Protein Binding and Cellular Delivery
  101. Contributions of Hydroxyethyl Groups to the DNA Binding Affinities of Anthracene Probes
  102. Circular Dichroism and Linear Dichroism
  103. Quantitation of protein orientation in flow-oriented unilamellar liposomes by linear dichroism
  104. Restriction Enzyme Kinetics Monitored by UV Linear Dichroism
  105. A DNA-Binding Copper(I) Metallosupramolecular Cylinder that Acts as an Artificial Nuclease
  106. Simulations of DNA Coiling around a Synthetic Supramolecular Cylinder That Binds in the DNA Major Groove
  107. Molecular Recognition of a Three-Way DNA Junction by a Metallosupramolecular Helicate
  108. Molecular Recognition of a Three-Way DNA Junction by a Metallosupramolecular Helicate
  109. Molecular Recognition of a Three-Way DNA Junction by a Metallosupramolecular Helicate
  110. Titelbild: Molecular Recognition of a Three-Way DNA Junction by a Metallosupramolecular Helicate (Angew. Chem. 8/2006)
  111. Cover Picture: Molecular Recognition of a Three-Way DNA Junction by a Metallosupramolecular Helicate (Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 8/2006)
  112. Molecular Recognition of a Three-Way DNA Junction by a Metallosupramolecular Helicate
  113. Improved curve fitting procedures to determine equilibrium binding constants
  114. Spectroscopic Identification of Binding Modes of Anthracene Probes and DNA Sequence Recognition†
  115. A new method for fibrous protein analysis illustrated by application to tubulin microtubule polymerisation and depolymerisation
  116. Looking at long molecules in solution: what happens when they are subjected to Couette flow?
  117. Theoretical Aspects of the Enantiomeric Resolution of Dimetallo Helicates with Different Surface Topologies on Cellulose Columns
  118. Chemical Composition and Antibacterial Activity of the Essential Oil and the Gum of Pistacia lentiscus Var. chia
  119. The Binding of Single-Stranded DNA and PNA to Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Probed by Flow Linear Dichroism
  120. Design and DNA Binding of an Extended Triple-Stranded Metallo-supramolecular Cylinder
  121. Expression, purification and crystallization of the cell-division protein YgfE fromEscherichia coli
  122. Validation of new microvolume Couette flow linear dichroism cells
  123. Ferric and ferrous ions: binding to DNA and influence on radiation-induced processes
  124. Linear dichroism of biomolecules: which way is up?
  125. Micro-Volume Couette Flow Sample Orientation for Absorbance and Fluorescence Linear Dichroism
  126. Flow Linear Dichroism to Probe Binding of Aromatic Molecules and DNA to Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes
  127. Potential injectable contraceptive steroids: testosterone buciclate
  128. Protein Fiber Linear Dichroism for Structure Determination and Kinetics in a Low-Volume, Low-Wavelength Couette Flow Cell
  129. DNA Interactions of Monofunctional Organometallic Ruthenium(II) Antitumor Complexes in Cell-free Media
  130. An Escherichia coli twin-arginine signal peptide switches between helical and unstructured conformations depending on the hydrophobicity of the environment
  131. Hairpin-Shaped Heterometallic Luminescent Lanthanide Complexes for DNA Intercalative Recognition
  132. Carbohydrate Derivatives of the Antitumour Alkaloid 9-Hydroxyellipticine
  133. Predicting chiral discrimination in HPLC from computer simulations
  134. Interaction between a DNA oligonucleotide and a dinuclear iron(II) supramolecular cylinder; an NMR and molecular dynamics study
  135. Aryl substituted ruthenium bis-terpyridine complexes: intercalation and groove binding with DNA
  136. Chiral discrimination in mobile phases for HPLC
  137. Absolute configuration and electronic state properties of light-switch complex [Ru(phen)2dppz]2+ deduced from oriented circular dichroism in a lamellar liquid crystal host
  138. Antiproliferative Activity of G-Quartet-Forming Oligonucleotides with Backbone and Sugar Modifications
  139. DNA as a Catalyst and Catalytic Template for the Racemisation of Metal Tris-Phenanthroline Complexes
  140. Flow oriented linear dichroism to probe protein orientation in membrane environments
  141. Linear dichroism for the detection of single base pair mutationsElectronic supplementary information (ESI) available: Figures S1–S4. See
  142. Molecular Features of CoIII Tetra- and Pentammines Affect Their Influence on DNA Structure
  143. Estrogen-Derived Steroidal Metal Complexes:  Agents for Cellular Delivery of Metal Centers to Estrogen Receptor-Positive Cells
  144. Intramolecular DNA Coiling Mediated by a Metallo-Supramolecular Cylinder
  145. Intramolecular DNA Coiling Mediated by a Metallo-Supramolecular Cylinder
  146. Dialysis cells for controlled DNA∶drug binding studies
  147. Paper: a cheap yet effective chiral stationary phase for chromatographic resolution of metallo-supramolecular helicates
  148. A practical protocol for the reduction of disulfide bonds in proteins prior to analysis by mass spectrometry
  149. Sticky-End Assembly of a Designed Peptide Fiber Provides Insight into Protein Fibrillogenesis
  150. Drug Self-Assembly on DNA: Sequence Effects withtrans-bis-(4-N-methylpyridiniumyl)diphenyl Porphyrin and Hoechst 33258
  151. DNA structure control by polycationic species: Polyamine, cobalt ammines, and di-metallo transition metal chelates
  152. Amine induced Z-DNA in poly(dG-dC)·poly(dG-dC): Circular dichroism and gel electrophoresis study
  153. DNA Binding of Ruthenium Tris(1,10-phenanthroline):  Evidence for the Dependence of Binding Mode on Metal Complex Concentration
  154. Biomacromolecular Applications of UV-Visible Absorption Spectroscopy*
  155. Biomacromolecular Applications of UV-Visible Absorption Spectroscopy
  156. Theoretical studies of the intercalation of 9-hydroxyellipticine in DNA
  157. DNA structural features responsible for sequence-dependent binding geometries of Hoechst 33258
  158. Foundations of Physical Chemistry by Charles Lawrence, Alison Rodger, and Richard Compton
  159. Circular Dichroism and Linear Dichroism (Rodger, Alison; Norden, Bengt)
  160. Spectroscopic studies of 9‐hydroxyellipticine binding to DNA
  161. Spectroscopic studies of 9-hydroxyellipticine binding to DNA
  162. Circular Dichroism and Linear Dichroism Alison Rodger and Bengt Nordén. Oxford University Press, Oxford, U.K. 1997. x + 150 pp. 19.5 × 25 cm. ISBN 0-19-855897-X. $60.00.
  163. DNA-binding studies of XSPTSPSZ, derivatives of the intercalating heptad repeat of RNA polymerase II
  164. Binding geometries of triple helix selective benzopyrido [4,3-b]indole ligands complexed with double- and triple-helical polynucleotides
  165. Theoretical studies of the intercalation of 9‐hydroxyellipticine in DNA
  166. DNA structural features responsible for sequence‐dependent binding geometries of Hoechst 33258
  167. 4-Picoline-2,2′:6′,2″-terpyridine-platinum(II) - A potent intercalator of DNA
  168. Spectroscopic and thermodynamic studies of conformational changes in long, natural messenger ribonucleic acid molecules
  169. Interactions of Intercalative and Minor Groove Binding Ligands with Triplex Poly(dA)·[Poly(dT)]2 and with Duplex Poly(dA)·Poly(dT) and Poly[d(A-T)]2 Studied by CD, LD, and Normal Absorption
  170. Multiple DNA binding modes of anthracene-9-carbonyl-N1-spermine
  171. Definition and Determination of Molecular Geometry
  172. Macromolecules: Small Changes and Large Effects
  173. Organometallic Compounds and Transition Metal Clusters
  174. Main Group Elements Beyond the Second Row
  175. Complexes of Transition Metals and f-Block Elements
  176. A Unified View of Stereochemistry and Stereochemical Changes
  177. The Geometry of Molecules of Second Row Atoms
  178. DNA binding of a spermine derivative: Spectroscopic study of anthracene-9-carbonyl-n1-spermine with poly[d(G-C)·(d(G-C))] and poly[d(A-T) · d(A-T)]
  179. Multiple binding modes with DNA of anthracene-9-carbonyl-N1-spermine probed by LD, CD, normal absorption, and molecular modelling compared with those of spermidine and spermine
  180. Chiral Solvent Structure Around Chiral Molecules: Experimental and Theoretical Study
  181. A unified view of inorganic stereochemistry and stereochemical changes
  182. Circular dichroism as a probe of chiral solvent structure around chiral molecules
  183. [10] Linear dichroism
  184. The CD of ligand-DNA systems. 2. Poly(dA-dT) B-DNA
  185. A Molecular Dynamics Simulation of a Polyamine-Induced Conformational Change of DNA. A Possible Mechanism for the B to Z Transition
  186. The significance of ligand-ligand interactions for transition metal complex geometries
  187. The CD of ligand-DNA systems. I. Poly(dG-dC) B-DNA
  188. A Binding Mode of A-[tris(1,10-phenanthroline)ruthenium(II)]2+Exhibiting Preference for Purine-3′,5′-Pyrimidine Sites of DNA
  189. Sequence selective binding to the major groove: Spectroscopic and molecular modelling studies of the binding of tris-chelate metal complexes to DNA.
  190. Sequence Selective Binding to the DNA Major Groove: Tris(1,10-phenanthroline) Metal Complexes Binding to Poly(dG-dC) and Poly(dA-dT)
  191. Template symmetry restrictions on reaction mechanisms
  192. An extension of the quadrant rule in oxiranes to non-alkyl substituents: the CD of R (—)- and S (+)-epichlorohydrin
  193. Circular dichroism of molecules requiring two substituents for chirality
  194. n–π* Circular dichroism of planar zig-zag carbonyl compounds
  195. A ligand-ligand interaction model for the structures of transition metal clusters
  196. Enantiopreferential DNA binding of [ruthenium(II)(1,10-phenanthroline)3]2+ studied with linear and circular dichroism
  197. Bonding in boranes
  198. Geometrical and orientational isomers in clusters
  199. Mechanistic Features of Carbonyl Cluster Rearrangement
  200. Energetics of metal complex isomerization reactions
  201. Structure and reactivity of transition metal complexes: A stereochemical approach
  202. Which is more likely: the Ray-Dutt twist or the Bailar twist?
  203. Circular dichroism of oxiranes: an independent systems/perturbation approach
  204. Symmetry selection rules for reaction mechanisms: application to metal-ligand isomerizations [Erratum to document cited in CA108(8):63334f]
  205. Geometry determination for ALn systems: principles and application
  206. Principles of bonding and reactivity in transition metal cluster compounds
  207. Circular dichroism of the carbonyl n-.pi.* transition: an independent systems/perturbation approach
  208. Symmetry selection rules for reaction mechanisms: application to metal-ligand isomerizations
  209. Polyhedral rearrangements in clusters
  210. A DICD (dispersion-induced circular dichroism) and normal absorption study of the n → π* carbonyl transition for the isoelectronic substituent series −CH3, −NH2, −OH
  211. Symmetry selection rules for reaction mechanisms: a practical formulation for the generation of symmetry-allowed mechanisms and applications
  212. d-d Transitions of Co(III) Complexes Studied by Associated Induced Circular Dichroism
  213. Generalized selection rules for circular dichroism: a symmetry-adapted perturbation model for magnetic dipole allowed transitions
  214. Symmetry selection rules for reaction mechanisms
  215. Generalized selection rules: An augmentation procedure for the determination of symmetry invariants
  216. Spectroscopic assignment of d-d transitions of achiral metal complexes using circular dichroism: DICD of cobalt(III) complexes in sugar solutions
  217. DICD of Co(III) complexes in sugar solutions
  218. Symmetry rules for the determination of the intercalation geometry of host/systems using circular dichroism: a symmetry-adapted coupled-oscillator model
  219. Comparative studies of the kinetics of macrocycle dissociation from nickel(II) in the presence of excess copper ion and 1,10-phenanthroline
  220. Circular Dichroism Spectroscopy for the Study of Protein–Ligand Interactions