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Binding modes of a protein on a planar surface graphene

Proteins tend to denature on hydrophobic surfaces, which "changes" the binding modes in that it abolishes them completely. I found a study on BSA binding affinity when adsorbed to reduced ...
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Binding BSA to silver surface via large difference in isoelectric points of the two materials

Concerning the apparent discrepancy between your first and second citations, the difference in values is addressed by the authors in the more recent work: Perusal of the literature yields few IEP ...
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Definition of nucleotide-associated proteins and RNA-polymerase associated proteins

In short: Nucleotide-associated proteins are DNA-binding proteins that bind DNA. RNA-polymerase associated proteins bind RNA-polymerases and are required for its functionality. In more detail: DNA-...
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What makes DNA sequences most different/recognizable from a biological perspective?

This isn't a question with a really well accepted answer yet, and comes up quite a lot in e.g. studies of population variation in transcription factor motifs. Usually, we approximate the sequence ...
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identifying which SNPs sit in TFBS (Yeast)

In addition to the 4 nucleotide letters, there are letters that mean "the letter is one of these two or three: M = aMine = A or C R = puRine = A or G W = Weak (two hydrogen bonds) = A or T S = ...
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Definition of nucleotide-associated proteins and RNA-polymerase associated proteins

Neither of the terms “Nucleotide-associated protein” or “RNA-polymerase associated protein” are standard in molecular biology in so far as they are not defined in the reference Gene Ontology. (In ...
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