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Published on Jul 18, 2019in Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 3.57
Mykhailo Azarkh8
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Peter Gast29
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+ 2 AuthorsGuinevere Mathies9
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Multi-frequency EPR spectroscopy can provide high-level structural information on high-spin Fe3+ sites in proteins and enzymes. Unfortunately, analysis of the EPR spectra of these spin systems is hindered by the presence of broad distributions in the zero-field-splitting (ZFS) parameters, which reflect conformational heterogeneity of the iron sites. We present the analysis of EPR spectra of high-spin Fe3+ bound to human serum transferrin. We apply a method termed the grid-of-errors to extract th...
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Published on Jul 18, 2019in Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 3.57
Amanuel Wolde-Kidan1
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Quoc Dat Pham8
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+ 4 AuthorsEmanuel Schneck16
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The influence of the co-solutes TMAO, urea, and NaCl on the hydration repulsion between lipid membranes is investigated in a combined experimental/simulation approach. Pressure-hydration curves obtained via sorption experiments reveal that the repulsion significantly increases when the membranes are loaded with co-solutes, most strongly for TMAO. As a result, the co-solutes retain additional water molecules and therefore provide membranes with a fluid and more physiological environment. The expe...
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Published on Jul 18, 2019in Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 3.57
Recently, the discovery of two dimensional transitional metal materials with nontrivial magnetic and electronic properties has spurred huge interest in investigating their applications in nanotechnology. Here, we report that the monolayer of CoBr3 possesses a quantum anomalous Hall insulating phase generated on the basis of first principles calculations. We find that the CoBr3 monolayer is an intrin- sic two dimensional ferromagnetic material with the Curie temperature Tc = 264 K predicted from ...
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