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Cobalt-Assisted Morphology and Assembly Control of Co-Doped ZnO Nanoparticles
The morphology of metal oxide nanostructures influences the response of the materials in a given application. In addition to changing the composition, doping can also modify the morphology of a host nanomaterial. Herein, ...
Catenane Structures of Homoleptic Thioglycolic Acid-Protected Gold Nanoclusters Evidenced by Ion Mobility-Mass Spectrometry and DFT Calculations
Thiolate-protected metal nanoclusters have highly size- and structure-dependent physicochemical properties and are a promising class of nanomaterials. As a consequence, for the rationalization of their synthesis and for ...
Zyklische Dinukleotide als molekulare Entwicklungsbremse
Streptomyces are renowned producers of antibiotics and other medically useful molecules. They undergo a developmental life cycle involving progression from vegetative growth to the erection of reproductive aerial hyphae, ...
Probing the Intracellular Bio-Nano Interface in Different Cell Lines with Gold Nanostars
Gold nanostars are a versatile plasmonic nanomaterial with many applications in bioanalysis. Their interactions with animal cells of three different cell lines are studied here at the molecular and ultrastructural level ...
Strategies for Site‐Specific Labeling of Receptor Proteins on the Surfaces of Living Cells by Using Genetically Encoded Peptide Tags
Fluorescence microscopy imaging enables receptor proteins to be investigated within their biological context. A key challenge is to site-specifically incorporate reporter moieties into proteins without interfering with ...
Toward conditional control of Smac mimetic activity by RNA‐templated reduction of azidopeptides on PNA or 2′‐OMe‐RNA
Oligonucleotide templated reactions can be used to control the activity of functional molecules based on the presence of a specific trigger sequence. We report an RNA‐controlled reaction system to conditionally restore the ...