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Solid‐state NMR techniques were used to study two different types of spider silk from two Australian orb‐web spider species, Nephila edulis and Argiope keyserlingi. A comparison of 13C‐T1 and 1H‐T1ρ solid‐state NMR relaxation data of the Ala Cα, Ala Cβ, Gly Cα, and carbonyl...
The interaction of natural calf thymus DNA with Cr3+ ions was studied at room temperature by means of vibrational CD (VCD) and infrared absorption (ir) spectroscopy, and atomic force microscopy (AFM). Cr3+ ion binding mainly to N7 (G) and to phosphate groups was demonstrated. ψ‐Type VCD...
The exact understanding of the interaction of minor groove binding drugs with DNA is of interest due to their importance as transcription controlling drugs. In this study we performed four molecular dynamics simulations, one of the uncomplexed d(CGCGAATTCGCG)2 dodecamer and three simulations of...
DNA restriction fragments ranging from 79 to 789 base pairs in length have been characterized by transient electric birefringence (TEB) measurements at various temperatures between 4 and 43°C. The DNA fragments do not contain runs of four or more adenine residues in a row and migrate with normal...
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