Unlike sensor systems in which receptors can bind
to a variety of chemicals, this application requires one-on-one binding: for example, antibodies that grab specific proteins.
The machine that actually binds
the SteelBinding sets is a bit more expensive, at between $400 and $450, than maw other thermal binding systems.
Here again, loose cable winds off the winch drum, gets tangled and binds
Currently, the staff consists of 12 database curators who identify, analyze and record protein interactions in BIND
and 29 software developers.
He further opines that the Pharisees' attempt to bind
the law in such an instance causes them to "condemn the guiltless" (12:7).
Hydrophobic interactions bind
some proteins there, while hydrogen bonding or other forces attach yet other proteins to the hot spot.
Richmond, CA) has been granted a new patent in the United States entitled "Selection of Sites for Targeting by Zinc Finger Proteins and Methods of Designing Zinc Finger Proteins to Bind
to Preselected Sites.
The trouble was that biological molecules usually don't bind
src] occurs despite treatment with RGDS or EDTA, which disrupts the ligand-binding capacity of [Alpha]IIb[Beta]3 but does not affect, the ability of vWf to bind
Brittain and her colleagues found that the integrin molecules could bind
a cell to a vessel wall by attaching to thrombospondin there.
In particular, he and other investigators have begun to create strands of RNA that can target and bind
to specific small molecules, much as the proteins known an antibodies do.
Some bacteria can even bind
to heavy metals such as mercury--a trick that researchers at the University of California, Riverside are now exploiting for treating contaminated water.