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The monomers γ‐benzylglutamyl‐ε‐benzyloxycarbonyl‐lysylalanylglycine pentachlorophenyl ester and alanyl‐γ‐benzyl‐D‐glutamyl‐ε‐benzyloxycarbonyllysyl‐D‐alanyl‐glycine pentachlorophenyl ester, were polymerized in dilute solutions of dimethylform‐amide (DMF) or as...
The frequencies and intensities of the laser Raman spectra of poly‐L‐lysine (PLL) have been observed in the following studies: (1) the thermally induced α‐to‐β transition which occurs with increasing temperature at high pH; (2) the ionized form to α transition at 10°C by increasing...
A conductivity dispersion has been measured at very low frequencies (VLF) on several concentrated DNA solutions. By measuring simultaneously their electric birefringence decay, it is shown that the dielectric relaxation (which is related to the conductivity dispersion) is due to the molecular...
Accurate equilibrium binding data for the oxygenation of hemoglobin are used (a) to show that various models for cooperativity are inconsistent with the best available experimental data, (b) to determine the equilibrium constants for binding of 2,3‐diphosphoglycerate to hemoglobin molecules in...
The molecular weight of native 26.6S MS2 RNA, of acidic 53.1S MS2 RNA and of formaldehyde‐treated 36.1S MS2 RNA was determined by light‐scattering studies. The three forms examined correspond to monomers. Also νv values were determined, and in conjunction with our previous estimates for...
Circular dichroism spectroscopy has been used to study the interactions of both dermatan sulfate and chondroitin 4‐sulfate with the cationic polypeptides; poly(L‐arginine), poly(L‐lysine), and poly(L‐ornithine). The results indicate that the mucopolysaccharides have a conformation...
An X‐ray study has been made of the synthetic polypeptide poly‐L‐ornithine hydrobromide to investigate whether, like the chemically related polypeptides poly‐L‐lysine and poly‐L‐arginine hydrochlorides, it can undergo conformational changes merely from variations in its degree of...
The morphology and physicomechanical properties of two types of collagen membranes, one of which does not have telopeptides, were compared with small‐angle light scattering, rheo‐optical, dynamic mechanical, and dynamic rheo‐optical techniques. The presence of telopeptides in native...
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