Feb. 26, 2018ScienceChemistry & Physics
Like charges repel but unlike charges attract. That’s what we learn in school physics when the interaction between charges and the Coulomb law are discussed. On the other hand, we find in the famous Feynman lectures that such ...
Feb. 26, 2018ScienceLife Sciences & Biotech
Protein modifications by a small protein ubiquitin control diverse cellular processes ranging from protein degradation to cell survival. Modification by a specific type of ubiquitin chains (linear ubiquitination) regulates key cellular ...
Feb. 23, 2018ScienceChemistry & Physics
The column is still the heart of chromatography. While in recent years it has been possible to reproducibly manufacture ever smaller particles down to a diameter of 1 µm, packing an HPLC column is still one of the biggest ...
Feb. 21, 2018ScienceLife Sciences & Biotech
The combination of electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectroscopy and site-directed spin-labeling (SDSL) has been used for the structural and dynamic elucidation of biomolecules for 25 years. The application limits of the previously ...
Feb. 21, 2018ScienceMaterial Science
Nov. 30, 2017ScienceEnvironment
In textiles, cosmetics, food and food supplements, washing agents or as coatings of kitchenware nanomaterials (NM) are processed. The numerous potential applications and the continuously rising volume of synthetic NM illustrate the ...
Nov. 30, 2017ScienceChemistry & Physics
Miniaturization in chromatography also requires a corresponding reduction of the injection volume. Whereas several microliters can be injected on columns with an inner diameter (i.d.) between 2.1 and 4.6 mm, such high volumes can lead ...
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