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  1. Structural characterization of a novel autonomous cohesin fromRuminococcus flavefaciens
  2. Fine-structural variance of family 3 carbohydrate-binding modules as extracellular biomass-sensing components ofClostridium thermocellumanti-σIfactors
  3. Protein products obtained by site‐preferred partial crosslinking in protein crystals and “liberated” by redissolution
  4. Crystallization and structure determination of a symmetrical `football' complex of the mammalian mitochondrial Hsp60–Hsp10 chaperonins
  5. Structure of a family 3a carbohydrate-binding module from the cellulosomal scaffoldin CipA ofClostridium thermocellumwith flanking linkers: implications for cellulosome structure
  6. A triclinic crystal structure of the carboxy-terminal domain of HIV-1 capsid protein with four molecules in the asymmetric unit reveals a novel packing interface
  7. Crystal Structure of an Uncommon Cellulosome-Related Protein Module from Ruminococcus flavefaciens That Resembles Papain-Like Cysteine Peptidases
  8. Use of a Weak Anomalous Signal for Phasing in Protein Crystallography: Reflection from Personal Experience
  9. Crystallization and preliminary X-ray characterization of a type III cohesin–dockerin complex from the cellulosome system ofRuminococcus flavefaciens
  10. A single mutation reforms the binding activity of an adhesion-deficient family 3 carbohydrate-binding module
  11. Interactions Between Family 3 Carbohydrate Binding Modules (CBMs) and Cellulosomal Linker Peptides
  12. A Simple Method for Determining Specificity of Carbohydrate-Binding Modules for Purified and Crude Insoluble Polysaccharide Substrates
  13. Structure of CBM3b of the major cellulosomal scaffoldin subunit ScaA fromAcetivibrio cellulolyticus
  14. Scaffoldin-borne family 3b carbohydrate-binding module from the cellulosome ofBacteroides cellulosolvens: structural diversity and significance of calcium for carbohydrate binding
  15. Noncellulosomal cohesin from the hyperthermophilic archaeon Archaeoglobus fulgidus
  16. Re‐structuring protein crystals porosity for biotemplating by chemical modification of lysine residues
  17. Modular Arrangement of a Cellulosomal Scaffoldin Subunit Revealed from the Crystal Structure of a Cohesin Dyad
  18. Aaron Joseph Kalb (Gilboa) (1937–2009)
  19. Biochemical and Structural Properties of Chimeras Constructed by Exchange of Cofactor-Binding Domains in Alcohol Dehydrogenases from Thermophilic and Mesophilic Microorganisms
  20. Homology swapping of intrinsic secondary structural elements between cellulosomal types I and II cohesins and their effect on dockerin binding
  21. Adjustment of Protein Crystal Porosity for Biotemplating: Chemical and Protein Engineering Tools
  22. Structure of a family 3b′ carbohydrate-binding module from the Cel9V glycoside hydrolase fromClostridium thermocellum: structural diversity and implications for carbohydrate binding
  23. Intermodular Linker Flexibility Revealed from Crystal Structures of Adjacent Cellulosomal Cohesins of Acetivibrio cellulolyticus
  24. Modification of protein crystal packing by systematic mutations of surface residues: Implications on biotemplating and crystal porosity
  25. Cohesin diversity revealed by the crystal structure of the anchoring cohesin from Ruminococcus flavefaciens
  26. Crystallization and preliminary X-ray analysis of a cohesin-like module from AF2375 of the archaeonArchaeoglobus fulgidus
  27. Physical association of the catalytic and helper modules of a family‐9 glycoside hydrolase is essential for activity
  28. Protein Crystal-Mediated Biotemplating
  29. Structural Basis of Restoring Sequence-Specific DNA Binding and Transactivation to Mutant p53 by Suppressor Mutations
  30. Thiol‐disulfide organization in alliin lyase (alliinase) from garlic (Allium sativum)
  31. Thermal stabilization of the protozoan Entamoeba histolytica alcohol dehydrogenase by a single proline substitution
  32. Preliminary X-ray characterization of a novel type of anchoring cohesin from the cellulosome ofRuminococcus flavefaciens
  33. Crystallization and preliminary X-ray analysis ofAcetivibrio cellulolyticuscellulosomal type II cohesin module: two versions having different linker lengths
  34. Crystallization and preliminary diffraction studies of CBM3b of cellobiohydrolase 9A fromClostridium thermocellum
  35. Elucidation of the mechanism and end products of glutaraldehyde crosslinking reaction by X‐ray structure analysis
  36. alliinase from allium sativum (garlic)
  37. Crystal structure of alliinase from garlic- apo form
  38. Two Structures of Alliinase from Alliium sativum L.: Apo Form and Ternary Complex with Aminoacrylate Reaction Intermediate Covalently Bound to the PLP Cofactor
  39. X-ray Structure and Mutagenesis of the Scorpion Depressant Toxin LqhIT2 Reveals Key Determinants Crucial for Activity and Anti-Insect Selectivity
  40. Structure of alcohol dehydrogenase fromEntamoeba histolytica
  41. Monitoring the stability of crosslinked protein crystals biotemplates: A feasibility study
  42. Crystal Structure of a Type-II Cohesin Module from the Bacteroides cellulosolvens Cellulosome Reveals Novel and Distinctive Secondary Structural Elements
  43. Crystal structure of yeast V-ATPase subunit C reveals its stator function
  44. Expression, crystallization and phasing of vacuolar H+-ATPase subunit C (Vma5p) ofSaccharomyces cerevisiae
  45. The ternary complex of Pseudomonas aeruginosa alcohol dehydrogenase with NADH and ethylene glycol
  46. Evolution of photosystem I – from symmetry through pseudosymmetry to asymmetry
  47. Cytochrome b 1 – Bacterioferritin
  48. Cytochrome b 1 – Bacterioferritin
  49. Light-Harvesting Features Revealed by the Structure of Plant Photosystem I
  50. Crystal structure of plant photosystem I
  51. Crystallization and initial X-ray diffraction studies of higher plant photosystem I
  52. Preliminary X-ray characterization and phasing of a type II cohesin domain from the cellulosome ofAcetivibrio cellulolyticus
  53. Antibody Recognition of Chiral Surfaces. Enantiomorphous Crystals of Leucine-Leucine-Tyrosine
  54. Structural basis for the enhanced thermal stability of alcohol dehydrogenase mutants from the mesophilic bacterium Clostridium beijerinckii: contribution of salt bridging
  55. DNA Recognition by the RUNX1 Transcription Factor Is Mediated by an Allosteric Transition in the RUNT Domain and by DNA Bending
  56. Alliin lyase (alliinase) from garlic (Allium sativum): crystallization and preliminary X-ray characterization
  57. Thermophilic alcohol dehydrogenase from the mesophileEntamoeba histolytica: crystallization and preliminary X-ray characterization
  58. Structures of furanosides: geometrical analysis of low-temperature X-ray and neutron crystal structures of five crystalline methyl pentofuranosides
  59. Structure of a family IIIa scaffoldin CBD from the cellulosome ofClostridium cellulolyticumat 2.2 Å resolution
  60. Halophilic enzymes: proteins with a grain of salt
  61. Structure–function studies of the non-heme iron active site of isopenicillin N synthase: some implications for catalysis
  62. Structural rearrangement in SrRuO3 near the magnetic critical point
  63. Growth of single CuInSe2 crystals by the traveling heater method and their characterization
  64. Oligomeric integrity—the structural key to thermal stability in bacterial alcohol dehydrogenases
  65. NADP-dependent bacterial alcohol dehydrogenases: crystal structure, cofactor-binding and cofactor specificity of the ADHs of Clostridium beijerinckii and Thermoanaerobacter brockii 1 1Edited by R. Huber
  66. Enhanced thermal stability of Clostridium beijerinckii alcohol dehydrogenase after strategic substitution of amino acid residues with prolines from the homologous thermophilic Thermoanaerobacter brockii alcohol dehydrogenase
  67. Structure of a Monoclinic Crystal Form of Cytochrome b1 (Bacterioferritin) from E. coli
  68. A cohesin domain from Clostridium thermocellum: the crystal structure provides new insights into cellulosome assembly
  69. Crystallization and preliminary X-ray analysis of a cohesin domain of the cellulosome from Clostridium thermocellum
  70. Expression, purification and crystallization of a cohesin domain from the cellulosome of Clostridium thermocellum
  71. Insights into protein adaptation to a saturated salt environment from the crystal structure of a halophilic 2Fe-2S ferredoxin
  72. The picrate anion as a versatile chelating counter-ion for the complexation of alkali and alkaline earth metal cations with ionophores: The 'picrate effect'
  73. Crystal structures of dibenzo-14-crown-4 alcohol and diol monohydrates
  74. ChemInform Abstract: Polycitone A and Polycitrins A and B: New Alkaloids from the Marine Ascidian Polycitor sp..
  75. Structure of a unique twofold symmetric haem-binding site
  76. Polycitone A and Polycitrins A and B: New Alkaloids from the Marine Ascidian Polycitor sp
  77. Determinants of repressor/operator recognition from the structure of the trp operator binding site
  78. Acidic properties of hypericin and its octahydroxy analogue in the ground and excited states
  79. ChemInform Abstract: Rhodaoxetane: Synthesis, Structure, and Theoretical Evaluation.
  80. Rhodaoxetane: synthesis, structure, and theoretical evaluation
  81. The conformation of new tetrahydropyrimidine derivatives in solution and in the crystal
  82. Crystals of the Phenylalanyl-tRNA Synthetase from Thermus thermophilus HB8 Complexed with tRNAPhe
  83. Comparison of the crystal structures of genetically engineered human manganese superoxide dismutase and manganese superoxide dismutase from thermus thermophilus: Differences in dimer–dimer interaction
  84. Crystal Parameters of an Alcohol Dehydrogenase from the Extreme Thermophile Thermoanaerobium brockii
  85. Correlation between observed crystalline self-assembly of fluorocarbon and hydrocarbon amphiphiles at the air-water interface and calculated lattice energy. Determination of electrostatic properties of the CF2 group from a low-temperature x-ray diffrac...
  86. Three-dimensional structures of bulge-containing DNA fragments
  87. Tri-3-(2-butyl)-6-methylsalicylide. A novel, versatile tri-o-thymotide-based clathrate host having chiral centers
  88. The α/β hydrolase fold
  89. Methanol reduces an organopalladium(II) complex to a palladium(I) hydride. Crystallographic characterization of a hydrido-bridged palladium complex
  90. ChemInform Abstract: Crown Ether Alcohols as Bifunctional Ligands for Simultaneous Cation Complexation and Anion Solvation
  91. ChemInform Abstract: C‐F Bond Activation by Iridium(I). A Unique Process Involving P‐C Bond Cleavage, P‐F Bond Formation, and Net Retention of Oxidation State.
  92. Refined crystal structures of “aged” and “non-aged” organophosphoryl conjugates of γ-chymotrypsin
  93. Atomic structure of acetylcholinesterase from Torpedo californica: a prototypic acetylcholine-binding protein
  94. Crown ether alcohols as bifunctional ligands for simultaneous cation complexation and anion solvation
  95. .gamma.-Chymotrypsin is a complex of .alpha.-chymotrypsin with its own autolysis products
  96. C–F bond activation by iridium(I). A unique process involving P–C bond cleavage, P–F bond formation and net retention of oxidation state
  97. Synthesis and selectivity of sym-hydroxydibenzo-14crown-4 ionophores for protons, alkali metal cations, and alkaline earth cations in polymeric membranes
  98. Synthesis and x-ray structure of a simple metallaoxetane. Metal-based selectivity in oxidative addition
  99. Is Rh(PMe3)3+ formed upon anion exchange of Rh(PMe3)4+CI−? Crystal and molecular structure of Rh(PMe3)4+BPh4− and Ir(PMe3)4+PF6−
  100. Formation of iridalactones by CH2-O oxidative addition of propiolactone to iridium(I)
  101. Synthetic methods. 33. Utility of a polymeric azide reagent in the formation of di- and triazidomethane. Their NMR spectra and the x-ray structure of derived triazoles
  102. Unusual transformations in oxabicyclooctanones. An apparent oxypromoted electrocyclic opening involving fused cyclobutanols
  103. The structure and hydration of the A-DNA fragement d(GGGTACCC) at room temperature and low temperature
  104. Crown ether alcohols. 1. Crystal and molecular structure of the complex between sym-hydroxydibenzo-14-crown-4 and water molecules ([C18H20O5].cntdot.1.25[H2O].cntdot.0.125[CH3OH]) including interesting water-methanol channels
  105. The conformation of the DNA double helix in the crystal is dependent on its environment
  106. Alkali-metal and alkaline-earth cation and proton selectivities of dibenzo-14-crown-4 and its derivatives in polymeric membranes
  107. Characterization of crystals of genetically engineered human manganese superoxide dismutase
  108. Oxidative addition of Si–Cl bonds to electron-rich IrIcomplexes
  109. The Structure and Symmetry of Crystalline Solid Solutions: A General Revision
  110. The three-dimensional structure of a DNA duplex containing looped-out bases
  111. Crystallography of ribosomal particles
  112. Crystallization of halophilic malate dehydrogenase from Halobacterium marismortui
  113. Tetragonal co-ordination polymers of rhodium(I) with stereochemically rigid aryl di-isocyanide linkages
  114. The structure of bartemidiolide, a clerodane-type diterpene from Baccharis artemisioides
  115. Single crystals of large ribosomal particles from Halobacterium marismortui diffract to 6 Å
  116. Withanolide Y, a withanolide from a hybrid of Withania somnifera
  117. Trechonolide A, a new withanolide type from Trechonaetes laciniata
  118. Characterization of single crystals of the large ribosomal particles from a mutant of Bacillus stearothermophilus
  119. Dihydropyrimidines. 16. Stability and enamine-imine tautomerism in 1,2- and 2,5-dihydropyrimidines
  120. Benzotri(imidazol) – ein neues Ringsystem aus Benzolhexamin
  121. Benzotri(imidazole)—a New Ring System Derived from Benzenehexamine
  122. Optically active synthons containing tetra‐ and dihydropyrimidine rings
  123. Dihydropyrimidines. Part 6. 5-Acetyldihydropyrimidines via condensation of olefinic acetylacetones with amidines. Reinvestigation of Ruhemann's reaction
  124. X-Ray molecular structure of caissarone, a novel purine derivative from the sea anemone Bunodosoma caissarum Correa 1964
  125. Template synthesis, structure, and binding properties of macrocyclic S,O-lactones
  126. Macrocyclic polylactams of mirror symmetry: preparation and structure
  127. Reactions of hexamethylbenzene adsorbed on silica gel and Florisil with ozone and with oxygen species formed on microwave discharge of oxygen
  128. Reactions of di-, tri-, and hexamethylbenzenes with oxygen(3P) atoms in liquid and on adsorbed phases
  129. Dihydropyrimidines. 7. Synthesis and crystal structure of 2,4-diaza-6,7-benzo-8-oxabicyclo-[3.3.1]-nonenes
  130. 3-Oxo-friedelan-20α-OIC acid from gymnosporia emarginata
  131. Acrolein as a Synthon for Pyrimidinic Compounds. Reaction with Benzamidine
  132. The X-ray structure of methyl shoreate and the stereochemistry of eichlerianic acid, cabraleone and ocotillone
  133. (.pi.-Allyl)palladium complexes of norcamphene. Structure and reactivity
  134. Free radical annulation in the synthesis of bicyclic .beta.-lactams. 4. Exo vs. endo cyclizations in the construction of the (.+-.)-1-oxacepham and (.+-.)-1-oxahomocepham systems
  135. Macrocyclic carbonyl compounds as structural models of natural ion carriers
  136. Synthesis with tin templates. A new family of diastereomeric macrocycles
  137. Hexagonal structural modification of [Rh(4,4'-diisocyanobiphenyl)2+Cl-]n and two-dimensional [Ir(diisocyanide)2+Cl-]n polymers
  138. Regiospecific thermolysis of two diastereomeric .beta.-lactam sulfoxides
  139. The Crystal and Molecular Structure of 4,6,6-Trimethyl-2-phenyl-1,6-dihydropyrimidine
  140. Conformational study of dibenzocyclo-octadiene systems related to the schizandrin-type lignans
  141. Crystal and molecular stucture of 6-methyl-2,4-diphenyl-1,4-dihydropyrimidine
  142. [Ru4(CO)7(µ-CO)2(η2,η5η2-indenyl)(η5-dihydroindenyl)]: a novel planar cluster with a three-way bridging indenyl ligand
  143. Formation of [RuR(CO)2(η5-C5H5)](R = C10H13or COC10H13) during the reaction of [Ru3(CO)12] with cyclopentadiene
  144. A novel series of macrocyclic lactones
  145. Synthesis with tin templates: preparation of macrocyclic tetralactones
  146. Synthesis and properties of tetraphenylporphyrin molecules containing heteroatoms other than nitrogen. 6. Electrochemical studies
  147. Chlorinated withanolides from Withania somnifera and Acnistus breviflorus
  148. Withaperuvin and 4-deoxyphysalolactone, two new ergostane-type steroids from Physalis peruviana(Solanaceae)
  149. Novel occurrence of 14β-hydroxy-group on a withanolide skeleton; X-ray crystal and molecular structure of 14β-hydroxywithanone
  150. Two-dimensional coordination polymers of rhodium(1+) with rigid collinear diisocyanide bridges and stacked layers arrangement
  151. Templat-Polymerisation von Rhodium(I) mit starren, gewinkelten Diisocyanid-Liganden
  152. Template Polymerization of Rhodium(I) with Rigid Bent Diisocyanide Ligands
  153. Synthesen mit Metalloid-Derivaten: Herstellung makrocyclischer Dicarbamate
  154. Syntheses with Metalloid Derivatives: Preparation of Macrocyclic Dicarbamates
  155. Co-ordination polymers of rhodium(1+) with di-isocyanonaphthalene (1,4 and 1,5) linkages
  156. Synthesis and properties of tetraphenylporphyrin molecules containing heteroatoms other than nitrogen. 5. High resolution nuclear magnetic resonance studies of inner and outer aromaticity
  157. Isolation and identification of 24,25-dihydroxy vitamin D2 by use of the perfused rat kidney
  158. A novel carbanionic cyclodimerization of diallenyl sulfones to 2,6-dithiaadamantane derivatives
  159. 24(R), 25-dihydroxyvitamin D2 synthesis, determination of absolute configuration by x-ray analysis and identification as a kidney metabolite of vitamin D2
  160. Synthesis of new tetraphenylporphyrin molecules containing heteroatoms other than nitrogen: II. Tetraphenyl-21-selena-23-thiaporphyrin and tetraphenyl-21,23-diselenaporphyrin
  161. Synthesis of new tetraphenylporphyrin molecules containing heteroatoms other than nitrogen. III. Tetraphenyl-21-tellura-23-thiaporphyrin: an internally-bridged porphyrin
  162. Le Znamenie de Novgorod : les origines de la légende