biomolecular

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biomolecular

[‚bī·ō·mə′le·kyə·lər]
(biochemistry)
Pertaining to organic molecules occurring in living organisms, especially macromolecules.
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Under the hood, the Biomolecule Toolkit extends ChemAxon's JChem chemistry engine with sequence space and alphanumeric annotations used to define complex modalities, and so enable researchers to easily extend their discovery platforms to also interrogate non-standard biomolecules.
The key concept behind our device is a current injection mechanism that leverages biomolecule conjugation to bend the energy bands in the channel region, leading to the quantum-mechanical phenomenon of band-to-band tunneling.
The system supports improved understanding and management of a wide range of biomolecule applications, including: optimizing sample and storage conditions; verifying the quaternary structure of protein complexes; identifying thermal characteristics; and assessing protein solubility and sample purity.
The so-called New Biology is really a fresh approach to studying living systems by taking one step back and studying entire sets of biomolecules and their life cycles and interactions, rather than studying each biomolecule individually.
In the final step, a researcher immerses the polymer-covered object in a solution of the chosen biomolecule, which then binds to the anchor group.
Because a biomolecule is determined by its unique structure, each biomolecule will exhibit a unique FT-IR spectrum, representing the vibrations of its structural bonds (3).
A master processor then assembles the individual results into a detailed electrostatic portrait of the biomolecule.
com/reports/c90206) has announced the addition of "Even Electron Mass Spectrometry with Biomolecule Applications" to their offering.
announced today that it has raised $31 million in a Series C financing to advance the development and commercialization of its proprietary FlexFactory[TM] manufacturing system and XDR[TM] bioreactors for the production of biomolecules, including biotherapeutics and vaccines, and for developing its own internal biomolecule products.
A team of scientists from two universities has constructed the first quantum mechanical simulation of such a biomolecule and found important differences between the classical view of the molecule and the quantum mechanical view, they write in the Aug.
To address this issue, photophysical techniques (fluorescence and transient absorption techniques, from the femtosecond to the nanosecond time scales) will be used in order to get insight into the mechanisms involved in drug-DNA or drug-protein interactions as well as to improve the knowledge in the photochemical reaction pathways that can provoke damage to the biomolecule.
SPICE: Simulated Pore Interactive Computing Experiment -- the project aims to understand the vital process of translocation of biomolecules across protein pores by computing the free energy profile of the translocating biomolecule along the vertical axis of the pore.