Objective: Time-resolved THz-Calorimetry Explores Molecular Recognition
ProcessesDefinition: THz-calorimetry is the science of measuring low frequency density of states kinetics for the purpose of deriving the entropy changes associated with biological processes in real time.
In order do this, we utilize a molecular recognition
element called tentacle probes (TP), which are unique elements that use divalent binding to achieve results of high sensitivity as well as extremely high specificity without false positives.
The plant was designed for the purpose of testing the use of Molecular Recognition
Technology (MRT) for the separation of rare-earth elements at bulk scale.
This is achieved by leveraging genetic engineering and molecular recognition
and self-assembly properties of macrocyclic compounds have been extensively investigated because of their extensive applications in drug delivery, nanotechnology, and separation techniques [1-3].
Molecular imprinting is a tool for synthesizing tailor-designed molecular recognition
sites in polymers structured at micrometer and nanometer scales.
Our biosensor test uses a new molecular recognition
tool that works like a lock that only fits one key; it picks out the ball-shaped amyloid clusters without detecting the individual amyloids.
In their article entitled "The case for intrinsically disordered proteins playing contributory roles in molecular recognition
without a stable 3D structure" (http://f1000.
This equilibrium geometry, with its equilibrium bond angles and bond lengths, results in properties like molecular size, molecular shape, molecular recognition
, reactivity, etc.
The idea is to take something we normally think of as plastic, and enable it to adopt structures that are more complex and capable of higher function, such as molecular recognition
, which is what proteins do really well," said Zuckermann.
This work presents detailed methods and protocols for studying the formation, dynamics, and molecular recognition
of G-quadruplex structures.
Siva's research investigates the molecular and supramolecular assembly characteristics of systems to gain a deeper understanding of the interplay between molecular structure, assembly, dynamics and the role of external interactions critical for molecular recognition
events in light-initiated reactions.