2 edition of Volumetric characterizations of protein denaturation and ligand binding found in the catalog.
Volumetric characterizations of protein denaturation and ligand binding
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Volumetric Properties of Proteins Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in Annual Review of Biophysics and Biomolecular Structure 32(1) February with ReadsAuthor: Tigran Chalikian. Thorough literature survey showed that there is very little data related to the ligand-binding volume and compressibility changes of proteins.
4,  The above. The partial specific (or molar) volume, expansibility, and compressibility of a protein are fundamental thermodynamic quantities for characterizing its structure in solution. We review the definitions, measurements, and implications of these volumetric quantities in relation to protein structural by: 6.
Change in Volume Upon Inhibitor Binding to Carbonic Anhydrases by Fluorescent Pressure Shift Assay. Authors; S., Taboada, P., Mosquera, V.: Protein-ligand interactions: volumetric and compressibility characterization of the binding of two anionic penicillins to human serum albumin.
() Change in Volume Upon Inhibitor Binding to Author: Gediminas Skvarnavičius, Daumantas Matulis, Vytautas Petrauskas. Protein binding also strongly influences many protein-ligand interactions in food systems that can impair or improve food quality.
Calorimetry has been described as the “only technique [for studying] the basic physical forces” at play during ligand and protein binding events (Perozzo et al., ).Cited by: 6.
The slight hydrophobicity of the ice-binding surface would seem counterintuitive because the ligand is ice. However, this slight hydrophobicity may assist the ice-binding mechanism by creating a semi-ordered hydration shell around the ice-binding site through the process of hydrophobic hydration (Hong et al.,Smolin and Daggett, ).Cited by: 1.
Water molecules play important roles in many biological processes, especially when mediating protein–ligand interactions. Dehydration and the hydrophobic effect are of central importance for estimating binding affinities.
Due to the specific geometric characteristics of hydrogen bond functions of water molecules, meaning two acceptor and two donor functions in a tetrahedral arrangement, they Cited by: Ultrasonic Characterization of Amyloid-Like Ovalbumin AggregationCited by: 3. The application of biocatalysis for the asymmetric reduction of activated C═C is a powerful tool for the manufacture of high-value chemical commodities.
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