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2017-02-06
13:33
[FZJ-2017-01552] Review
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Screening for Enantioselective Lipases. in Book: Hydrocarbon and Lipid Microbiology Protocols
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2017-01-26
20:52
[FZJ-2017-01131] Review/Book
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Plant Pathway Databases
Plant Bioinformatics / Edwards, David (Editor) ; New York, NY : Springer New York, 2016, Chapter 4 ; ISSN: 1064-3745=1940-6029 Methods in Molecular Biology 1374, 71 - 87 (2016) [10.1007/978-1-4939-3167-5_4]  GO
Pathway databases provide information about the role of chemicals, genes, and gene products in the form of protein or RNA, their interactions leading to the formulation of metabolic, transport, regulatory, and signaling reactions. The reactions can then be tethered by the principle of inputs and outputs of one or more reaction to create pathways. [...]

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2016-11-22
11:59
[FZJ-2016-06550] Review/Journal Article

Die Sensorik der Zelle für die Biotechnologie nutzen
Biospektrum 247, (2016)  GO

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2016-01-22
15:59
[FZJ-2016-00941] Review
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Lattice Quantum Chromodynamics: Symmetries and Applications

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2016-01-06
15:16
[FZJ-2016-00148] Review
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Study of dy diffusion in high-coercivity NdFeB magnets for electric-vehicle drive applications
20th International Conference on Magnetism, Meeting locationBarcelona, Spain, 5 Jul 2015 - 10 Jul 20152015-07-052015-07-10

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2015-12-17
13:26
[FZJ-2015-07752] Journal Article/Review

Book Review
In December 1947 the transistor was invented. This event marks the birth of the solid-state era. [...]
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2015-12-11
13:42
[FZJ-2015-07498] Journal Article/Review
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ESR — A retinal protein with unusual properties from Exiguobacterium sibiricum
This review covers the properties of a retinal protein (ESR) from the psychrotrophic bacterium Exiguobacterium sibiricum that functions as a light-driven proton pump. The presence of a lysine residue at the position corresponding to intramolecular proton donor for the Schiff base represents a unique structural feature of ESR. [...]
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2015-07-17
17:32
[FZJ-2015-04981] Journal Article/Review
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Role of the tuning parameter at magnetic quantum phase transitions
Heavy-fermion systems, with their competition betweenKondo and RKKY interactions, offer a rich variety of materials thatmay be driven to a magnetic quantum phase transition. Quite often,a quantum critical point can be approached by chemical substitution,notably of isoelectric ligands of Ce, as in CeCu6−xAux andCePd1−xNixAl. [...]
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2015-06-18
11:52
[FZJ-2015-04430] Journal Article/Review
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The sweet spot: defining virus-sialic acid interactions
Viral infections are initiated by attachment of the virus to host cell surface receptors, including sialic acid-containing glycans. It is now possible to rapidly identify specific glycan receptors using glycan array screening, to define atomic-level structures of virus-glycan complexes and to alter the glycan-binding site to determine the function of glycan engagement in viral disease. [...]
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2015-06-17
15:03
[FZJ-2015-04392] Journal Article/Review
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Structural snapshot of cyclic nucleotide binding domains from cyclic nucleotide-sensitive ion channels.
Biological chemistry 394(11), 1439–1451 (2013) [10.1515/hsz-2013-0228]  GO
Cyclic nucleotide-binding domains (CNBDs) that are present in various channel proteins play crucial roles in signal amplification cascades. Although atomic resolution structures of some of those CNBDs are available, the detailed mechanism by which they confer cyclic nucleotide-binding to the ion channel pore remains poorly understood. [...]
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