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biomolecule

(ˈbaɪəʊˌmɒlɪkjuːl)
n
(Biochemistry) a molecule occurring naturally in living organisms
Translations
biomolécule
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Saeed Alhassan discovered two critical experimental parameters for the use of AFM to image accurately a biomolecules surface, which could in turn accelerate the development of critical biomedical technologies.
Biomolecules is one of the fastest growing areas in drug development currently and includes monoclonal antibodies-based drugs being used for the treatment of various diseases like for example rheumatoid arthritis, and cancer.
With this new option, users can take advantage of fast, integrated separation and characterization of complex biomolecules using the combination of microfluidic capillary electrophoresis (CE) and HRAM MS techniques to accelerate the pace and productivity of the biopharmaceutical and biotech development process.
Research conducted at Japan's National Institute for Materials Science built on previous findings that gold nanoparticles can encourage stem cells in the bone marrow to differentiate into bone cells, and that specific biomolecules can inhibit or promote stem cell differentiation.
This volume describes receptor design principles and discovery algorithms, and shows how they have been used to produce synthetic receptors for each major class of biomolecules.
ChemAxon said the Biomolecule Toolkit extends the company'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 DNA and other biomolecules are remnants from ancient salt-loving bacteria that once lived in a drying-up ocean.
We propose that in early geological history clay hydrogel provided a confinement function for biomolecules and biochemical reactions," said Dan Luo, professor of biological and environmental engineering and a member of the Kavli Institute at Cornell for Nanoscale Science.
Because the system relies on MIR-based detection of biomolecules, users can obtain accurate and reproducible protein quantitation in the presence of reducing agents and detergents.
Washington, Apr 18 ( ANI ): Indian researchers have come up with a new quantum mechanical-based biosensor that offers tremendous potential for detecting biomolecules at ultra-low concentrations, from instant point-of-care disease diagnostics, to detection of trace substances for forensics and security.
They cover amperometric biosensors, imaging of single biomolecules by scanning tunneling microscopy, applications in reflectivity in bioelectrochemistry, model lipid bilayers at electrode surfaces, enzymatic fuel cells, Raman spectroscopy of biomolecules at electrode surfaces, membrane electroporation in high electric fields, and electroporation for medical use in drug and gene electrotransfer.
Arrangement of the contents is in sections on quantum mechanics methods for molecular biophysics and electronic structure calculations of biomolecules; studies of motions of biomolecules and molecular dynamics calculations; biomolecular structures and dynamics in proteins, lipids, and DNA; radiation and spectroscopy methods; neurobiophysics and ion channels; techniques for detecting molecular structures down to the single molecule level; physical effects in biomolecules and larger organic systems; and applications in medicine.