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the act of making suitable to an end or the condition of being made suitable to an end

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Sc] from sheep prion isolates by CSSA showed an extremely high conformational stability of BSE samples, we improved the Istituto Superiore di Sanita discriminatory WB by including a pretreatment of brain homogenates with GdnHCl.
We used heat denaturation of the fusion proteins tethered to the EBY100 yeast cell surface to categorize the specific linear and conformational SARS-CoV N protein mAb epitopes (35, 36).
This distance change is a result of the conformational changes in the 3-D structure of an antibody as it binds to the target antigens.
We started with a fundamental system to prove that the overall concept of reversibly modifying a surface via conformational transitions works," said Thanh-Nga Tran, a graduate student in the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology (HST) and the Department of Chemical Engineering.
Thus, the characterization of this helix and the affect on function provides further evidence for a role in global conformational stability.
A disulfide cross-link was introduced between residues 22 and 87 in [DELTA]75-83 subtilisin to probe the conformational entropy of the transition state for folding (39).
2] = 38) blends, showing that binary hetera-interactions (enthalpic effects) and conformational redistributions (entropic effects) during the binary hetero-interactions both contrib uted favorably to phase mixing.
However, this concept may represent a novel approach for the rational design of drugs that may prevent protein conformational changes implicated in a variety of diseases.
These systems include structural glasses and supercooled liquids, polymers, complex liquids, protein conformational dynamics, and strongly interacting electron systems with quenched/self-generated disorder.
We will determine how PI4,5P2, cargo, clathrin and endocytic accessory factor binding to AP2, as well as phosphorylation events trigger conformational changes in AP2 to regulate initial events in clathrin coated pit (CCP) assembly, stabilization of nascent CCPs and their maturation.
13,17,18) If microgravity exposure primarily induces alterations in local ventricular geometry and wall stress through conformational changes in the overall shape of the heart, then a general remodeling of myocardium might also occur.
Proceeds from the financing will be used to further develop and commercialize the first platform technology to enable real-time measurement of protein conformational change.
He covers the essence of fluid mechanics, conformational transformation, the transformation of a flow pattern, vortex theory, thin aerofoil theory, the panel method, finite aerofoil theory, compressible flows, and sample flights.
He adds that the technique could be applied not only to protein folding intermediates, but any conformational change in proteins including allosteric transitions and macromolecular assembly.
This paper provides an understanding of the remarkable conformational movements that occur during one of the key steps in this microbial process, the step that involves the generation of the first in a series of organometallic intermediates that lead to the production of the key metabolic intermediate, acetyl-CoA," the authors noted.